HM News

Hershey’s Mill News

  • Upcoming roadway interruptions and closures through early October, click here.
  • HMSG (Hershey’s Mil Sports Group) 2019 Fall Meeting, Wed Sep 11th, click here for agenda.
  • HM Singers: Rehearsals Wednesday nights 7-8:30 beginning Sept. 4th
  • HM Library Book Sale – Sat Sep 7th – Sun Sep 8th 10 – 3PM, see details here.
  • Trash Pickup Labor Day week (2nd-6th) – pickup will be 1 day later than regular schedule (Mon on Tues; Tues on Wed)
  • MNATM (Monday Night At The Movies) -Sept 16th is Hugo; Oct 21st is Walk the Line; click here for details.
  • Presentation on Exercise for those over 55, Thursday Sept 19th, see details here.
  • Bocce “Welcome Wednesdays” is back, for details, click here
  • Pickleball & Pizza is back, for details, click here.
  • Information about the new guest phones is on Gates and Visitor Information page.
  • Read about the Hershey’s Mill Volunteers, click here for their flyer.
  • There are several municipal tools available to residents that are accessible through the East Goshen Township web site https://eastgoshen.org/   click here for more detail.
  • From the HM Master Association, a memo regarding an Alarm Communication Issue, to read click here.
  • Link to Pipeline Information on the East Goshen web site, click here.
  • A note from the HM Master Association regarding water damage claims, see details here.
  • Several notes from Hershey’s Mill Master Association regarding recycling and bulk item disposal.  The letter about the fees for bulk items click here and things to recycle click here.
  • Because of concerns about scams among our residents, we have gathered several sources of information on our
  • Did you know that the HM Wood Shop can refinish or restore a resident’s furniture?
  • The HM Photography Club has updated their show in the Community Center. It’s on the first floor across from the office and on the main floor near the piano and kitchen area. Most photos are for sale.
  • A letter from the HM Master Association regarding when to call 911 – FIRST! If you need police, fire dept. or ambulance, generally your first call should be to 911, see guidelines and details here.
  • See this link to see activities in the East Goshen Township..
  • See Calendar which is updated weekly, as notified of changes.