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Midvale Heights Community Association monthly meeting January 26, 2016

Published Friday, 01/22/16 11:56am - Expires Tuesday, 01/26/16 06:45pm - (466 Reads)
The MHCA Directors meet from 6:45 PM to 8:45 PM on the fourth Tuesday of each month, except in December and July.

The meetings are held at the Sequoya Public Library, 4340 Tokay Boulevard.

The meetings are free and open to the public.

Santa Visits

Published Monday, 12/07/15 01:48pm - Expires Tuesday, 12/15/15 06:00pm - (601 Reads)

Santa Visits.

Santa Claus to Visit Midvale Heights in December

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Each year, Santa Claus will be visiting Midvale Heights on the Thursday evening before the week of Christmas.

Santa has agreed to stop at homes throughout our neighborhood, bringing early Christmas wishes to neighborhood children and their families.

Given his very busy December schedule, Santa has asked us to help him with his travel arrangements. If you would like Santa to visit your home, please contact or 608-622-5388 and his elves will discuss the details with you! Please make sure to contact the elves before December 16th or they will be too busy to make the arrangements.


Santa is very busy this time of year and he's looking for volunteers to help him during his visit. Jolly men are particularly welcome, but there are many small ways to volunteer for this special event. If you have volunteered in the past, you know how much fun it is. If you know someone who fits the bill, please encourage them to contact or 608-622-5388.

While we encourage all residents of Midvale Heights to join the Midvale Heights Community Association, you do not have to be a member to have a visit by Santa.

Midvale School Rain Garden Restoration and Plant Sale

Published Tuesday, 04/14/15 10:16am - Expires Saturday, 05/09/15 02:30pm - (558 Reads)
Midvale School Rain Garden Restoration and Plant Sale
Location: Midvale Elementary - 502 Caromar Dr
Date: Saturday, May 9
Time: 9:00am - 2:00pm Rain Garden Installation- volunteer to install new plants (rain or shine)
8:00am - 12:00pm Plant Sale
by Janice Gary

Bison Prairie Celebrates Ten Years

Published Thursday, 08/09/12 12:30pm - Expires Sunday, 08/26/12 02:00pm - (515 Reads)
On Sunday, August 19, the MHCA will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the original planting and development of the Bison Prairie Gateway with an ice cream social at the Prairie on South Midvale Blvd. The event is planned for 3 to 5 p.m., and everyone in the neighborhood is invited. MHCA members will bake special bison cookies, and there will be ice cream and refreshments. Rain date will be on Sunday, August 26.

Some of the original planners of the Prairie site will be on hand to tell the story of its development. Beginning with the bison sculptures and a sundial, the site has grown to include beds of a variety of wild flowers, a rain garden, and most recently, a prairie flower sampler. In 2010, the MHCA installed an informational plaque on the site that explained its origins and asked readers to identify some of the wild flowers in the gardens. Repair work on the bison sculptures has begun, and they should be cleaned up and ready for the ice cream social.

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Event planners also hope to include local musicians in the program. Bring your friends and a lawn chair and join the MHCA in celebrating 10 years of a local landmark.

We are still looking for a few volunteers to prepare for the event. Anyone who would like to help out can contact Denise Lamb at 233-3755 or .

Midvale Messengers

Published Wednesday, 07/06/11 10:12am - Expires Friday, 08/12/11 12:00am - (467 Reads)
The July-August 2011 Midvale Messenger has been published and distributed by the Area Directors to their Block Captains for delivery to each residence in Midvale Heights.

This will be the last printed copy of the Messenger that will be distributed to all of the residents of Midvale Heights. Starting with the September-October 2011 Midvale Messenger issue, printed copies of the Messenger will only be delivered to Registered Members of the Midvale Heights Community Association.

New MHCA Website

Published Saturday, 02/02/08 12:12pm - Expires Saturday, 05/31/08 09:12am - (330 Reads)
History of the MidvaleHeights.org website: In March 2003 the MidvaleHeights.org domain name was purchased by the Midvale Heights Community Association through 03/28/2013. Lois Jarvis has donated the website hosting since that time.
The original website was created by a committee consisting of Grant Braum, Steve Fitzsimmons, Tom Jarvis, and George T. Merriman.
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