OurWintergreen.org is a project of the Wintergreen Mountain Homesteaders Association
2018 Officers and Board of Directors
Larry Luessen (2019)
Beverly Holloway (2018)
Jo Ann Armstrong (2020)
Dotty Rice (2020)
Charles Batchelor (2020)
Sue Solomon (2018)
Hilary Partridge (2020)
Janie Kirkeby (2019)
Rt. 1, Box 508
Roseland, VA 22967
The Wintergreen Mountain Homesteaders Association, founded in 1991, is a community organization composed of Wintergreen Mountain property owners living full or part-time on the Wintergreen Mountain.
The MHA's objectives are to:
- Promote friendship and fellowship among MHA members.
- Represent the interests of MHA members to the Wintergreen Property Owners Association and Wintergreen Resort.
- Work with all community organizations to maintain and improve the quality of life on Wintergreen Mountain.
The Wintergreen Mountain Homesteaders Association is registered as a federal tax-exempt social club under IRS section 501(c)(7). Donations and dues are not tax deductible.
MHA hosts social gatherings throughout the year with the opportunity for our members to share important community information and enjoy the company of other mountain residents, delicious food and tasty libations. Join us.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mountain Homesteaders News & Updates
With the idyllic weather, the May 24 Mountain Homesteaders Happy Hour at Wintergreen's Devils Grill Restaurant at Devils Knob took place on the porch.
The Mountain Homesteaders Association is continuing to sponsor Tye River Elementary as our community outreach program.
On May 1 a group of five managers with the Atlantic Coast Pipeline spoke to Wintergreen residents in a broadcast via phone about the upcoming construction work to install the high-pressure gas line at our entryway.
The Wintergreen Mountain Homesteaders' Saturday night event (April 28) at the Nature Foundation's Trillium House started with prosecco, and was followed by antipasto, focaccia, lasagna, salad, and canolis. Italian red and white wines flowed.
Last year VDOT made major improvements on the steep part of Route 664 in Augusta County under the Blue Ridge Parkway.
The news Tuckahoe School would close down in May came as a surprise to the Wintergreen community.
The price on the Knox Box has dropped by $50, from $225 to $175, installed.
In 2017 the Wintergreen Fire Department created a new level of volunteer for the operation and the response was impressive. There are twelve new volunteers from the valley. There is an effort now to recruit mountain residents into the program.
Wintergreen Police has appointed Jeff Harris as its first Community Services Officer. "With over 28 years of experience and service to our community, CSO Harris brings a familiar face and a rich knowledge of our community’s history and traditions," said Dennis N. Russell, Chief of Wintergreen Police.
There is a difference and it's important.