Park Place of Loganville Lights up Neighborhood With 4th of July Block Party Bash
HOA Board raises more than $1,000 in support of neighborhood
LOGANVILLE – Park Place of Loganville subdivision lighted up the weekend with a July 4th Block Party Bash for neighbors June 30 at the Park Place of Loganville pool and clubhouse.
The event was designed to reward homeowners who have paid 2012 HOA dues despite record – high unemployment and foreclosure rates. The block party featured door prizes, live music, children’s activities and voter and election information.
“In the midst of these challenging economic times, homeowner associations are being forced to think outside the box and develop creative strategies to maintain reserves and bring in additional funds,” said Park Place of Loganville HOA President Macrae Brennan. “We are thankful to the numerous community leaders and businesses that were willing to support us in an effort to reward our neighbors for paying their HOA dues in full and on time.”
Block party sponsors included Eric Anthony Productions, Elect Diane Turner Campaign, Jones Law Firm, Elect Gerald Atha Campaign, Elect Bruce Wright Campaign, Elect Derry Boyd Campaign, Re-elect Chuck Bagley Campaign and Elect Lori Duff Campaign. Several local businesses provided in-kind donations for the event, including 78Skate, Steak and Shake, Loganville Police Department, Cedar Lake Golf Club, Bear Creek Golf Course, Sugar Kneads Cakery, Salon 124 – Grayson, Ruby Tuesday, Lowes, Dave & Buster’s and Best Kept Yard, Inc.
Park Place of Loganville HOA is a non-profit organization that works to enhance the quality of life of the neighbors who call Park Place of Loganville home. The board of directors works to carry forward the HOA’s mission by creating an open and transparent community where all neighbors have a voice at the table about issues that affect the neighborhood.