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Kingston Chase is
a friendly community of 537 homeowners and their families built on
the old Folly Lick Farm. Known for its tree-lined streets, pool and
tennis court, excellent schools, and active social life, Kingston
Chase is one of the more sought-after
neighborhoods in Herndon. If you would like additional information
about Kingston Chase, please send an e-mail to email@example.com. Be sure
to visit the pages of this site to learn more about life in
Annual Nature Photography Contest
Corps is accepting entries for its 2014 “Nature in Kingston
Chase” Photography Contest. This year, photos are required to
have been taken in the Kingston Chase neighborhood, including
Folly Lick Stream and the storm water retention pond, within the
past year. Categories in which photos will be judged are:
Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall, Animalia, Neighbors and Nature
(photos that highlight our coexistence with the natural
environment), and a special category for photographers age 10
Submit photos via
e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Enter as many photos as you
wish! Winning photos in each category will be displayed in the
Kingston Chase clubhouse and the overall winner will receive a
12x14 framed print of the winning photo!
All submissions are due
by midnight on January 15.
E-mail the Conservation Corps
with any questions or issues that arise. The club wants to expand
its collection of entries this year and encourages homeowners to
be on the lookout for spectacular nature shots in the
Free Library Coming to Kingston Chase
There is an effort underway to bring a "Little Free Library" to
Kingston Chase. A Little Free Library is a "take a book,
return a book" gathering place where neighbors share their
favorite literature and stories. In its most basic form, a
Little Free Library is a box full of books where anyone may stop
and pick up a book (or two) and bring back another book (or two)
to share. Visit
for more information.
at Kingston Chase
Swimmers from around the area converged once again on Kingston Chase
for the annual Herndon Olympics, held on July 8. Congratulations to
all the swimmers who participated in this fun and competitive event.
Thank you to all the parents, coaches, and volunteers who helped
make it a successful and memorable day.
swimmers show their Herndon Olympics spirit.
Click on the month
to read the article and view the color photo:
2012: January *
Thank you to
Allen Hart for sharing these exceptional pictures from your
collection. Your column was a bright spot in the Kingston
Chase newsletter and was something we all looked forward to
seeing and reading each month. Thank you!
Interest in the
Game Club has fizzled out.
Thank you to Betsy
Kiker and Barb Craley for suggesting the club and trying hard to
make it work. It was a great idea for good clean family fun, well
away from the television, computer, Xbox, and other distractions
that are not nearly as personally engaging.
recently left at the playground by the pool include: blue adult
camp chair, yellow kids camp chair, hand bicycle pump, and
travel coffee mug. Please e-mail Tina Sullivan at
email@example.com as the items are secured in her
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is the new Children's Corner chairperson! If you have ideas for
playgroup events or activities, contact Amy at
See the latest newsletter for playgroup events.
Check back here for any changes to the schedule.
Lori Lovejoy of Keller Williams Realty and
the following recent market analysis files for Kingston Chase.
KC Annual Report
Trends in KC 2009-2013
offers the following Fairfax County Police Department article:
The Who, What, When,
Why, and How of Calling the Police
E-mail items for the Bulletin Board to
is always posted to this website before the first of the month.
If it is not delivered
very early in the month, please check this website for the pdf file.
Scouts Help Spruce Up the Butterfly Garden
Scouts assist Conservation Corps chairperson Jane Hampson in the
removal of winter debris and weeds from the Butterfly Garden. The
scouts also helped plant summer annuals and distribute new mulch
throughout the garden. Everyone had a wonderful time and learned new skills regarding
garden maintenance and flower planting.
Thank you to Jane for always doing such an amazing job with the
and for having a heart for gardening and children that blooms year
Guidelines, and Calendar
current as of
To reserve the Kingston Chase Clubhouse for
your small party or meeting, please contact Lydia Olechna at
703-282-6524 or via e-mail at
firstname.lastname@example.org. All reservations must
be confirmed prior to the activity
commencing, even for internal HOA business. Refer to the
2015 calendar for currently
reserved times, but keep in mind the calendar is subject to change
at any time. also online. Please also review the
Clubhouse Use Guidelines
for additional information. Contact Lydia with any questions or
problems. Thank you!
Meetings begin at 7:30 p.m. at the KCHOA clubhouse.
Architectural Review Committee
Tuesday, January 6
Tuesday, February 3
Tuesday, March 3
Board of Directors
Monday, January 12
Monday, February 9
Monday, March 9
ARC Application Form
Board Minutes are included
in the monthly
All homeowners and residents are invited and encouraged
Articles of Incorporation
Complaint Procedures 9/2012
Board Resolution re: Assess-
Annual KCHOA Events
Easter Egg Hunt
Spring Stream Cleanup
Swim Team Registration
Spring Yard Sale
Cub Scout Flower Sale
of July Parade
Teen Pool Party
Adult Pool Party
Kids4Kids Labor Day Triathlon
Day at the Pool
Fall Yard Sale
Annual Meeting of the HOA
P.O. Box 332
Herndon, VA 20172
The unique adventure and
convenience of living in Kingston Chase is highlighted in a
January 2010 article in the "Homes" section of the Fairfax
Times. View or
download the file by clicking on:
of Kingston Chase