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College Hill Neighborhood Association, Easton PA - Thanks for stopping by!

The College Hill Neighborhood Association (CHNA) is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization in Easton Pennsylvania.

We are neighbors and friends working to better the College Hill neighborhood, City of Easton and Greater Lehigh Valley Area.

Currently, we are updateing our web site, so we hope you will come back to visit the site from time to time for the lates local news, information and stories of our neighborhood and events of interest.

You can become a member of CHNA by filling out our on-line membership or printing out and mailing in an application by clicking here.

You can also stay up to date on us by joining our mailing list by clicking the button below, as well as following us on FaceBook.  It should be noted that CHNA never shares our email list with anyone, as we value the privacy of all of our members and friends.

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by.

2019 CHNA Kick Off Party: Saturday 1/19/19

The College Hill Neighborhood Association (CHNA) will host its 10th annual "Kick Off the New Year" Party from 6-9 p.m. on Saturday, January 19, 2019, at The Spot, 300 N 3rd St, Easton.

The event is free and open to all residents of College Hill.

The entire Executive Committee looks forward to greeting College Hill residents and sharing our organization's programs and current projects. 

 The evening features food, drink, a Silent Auction, new member raffle, a 50/50, and the opportunity to meet and chat with fellow residents of College Hill, as well as the opportunity to renew your yearly membership. ($25 family/$20 single) Reservations are not necessary, and non-members are welcome.

We would also like to offer a special "Thank You" to Lafayette College, who has graciously hosted this event for us once again.

Wonder about Auction Items? (a preview)

Here is a short list of area businesses supporting this fundraiser by donating prizes.

  • 3rd & Ferry Fish Market and Restaurant
  • Third Street Alliance - Bistro Gala
  • Easton Main Street Initiative
  • Bayou Restaurant
  • Lafayette Men's Basketball
  • Two Rivers
  • Angelo’s
  • The Williams Center at Lafayette College

More items are coming in, so get ready to bid and win some terrific prizes!

We look forward to seeing you on Saturday!

News around the neighborhood - Updated 1-15-19


GOING BALD TO SUPPORT CANCER - A HEAD SHAVING FUNDRAISER February 27th, 7:30 at the Kirby Athletic Center!

The St. Baldrick's Foundation, the largest private funder of children's cancer research, will host one of its signature head-shaving events at the Allan P. Kirby Athletic Center on the Lafayette College campus on Wednesday, February 27, 2019 at 7:30pm, where we hope more than 30 shavees will shave their heads to raise money for lifesaving childhood cancer research. The shave starts during the men's basketball team half time. 

Details can be found at https://www.stbaldricks.org/events/Lafayette.

The Big Shave is being hosted for the 7th year and is an initiative led by the Student Athlete Advisory Committee which has raised over $147,000 to date.  Almost every athletic team at Lafayette participates along with many Easton children and families and the extended Lehigh Valley community.  All are invited to fundraise in memory of David Heard who passed away on February 10, 2011 and is the beloved son of Tom (Class of '91) and Susan Heard who live on College Hill in Easton.  The family has established a Hero Fund in David's memory, named David's Warriors which honors David's final wish - to fund pediatric cancer research so that no other child has to die from cancer.  David spoke at a local event 9 years ago and closed his speech by asking his mom to shave her head (which she did). That sparked the Heard's investment in continuing to fund research long after their own son passed away.  

Bistro Night - A Benefit for the Third Street Alliance, March 30th from 6-10 pm

It’s the 23rd Annual Bistro: East meets West; March 30, 6:00-10:00 p.m. Tickets are available online at www.thirdstreetalliance.org. Volunteers are needed and if anyone would like to be a sponsor, the info is also on the website. enjoy a night of raffles and silent, live and Fund-A-Need auctions inside the beautiful historic Simon Mansion in downtown Easton. 

Chef and caterer Elizabeth Mulrine, founder of the fundraiser, donates her time and talents to prepare and provide delectable hors d'oeuvres and sit-down dinner.

The night is $100 per person, with sponsorship opportunities available. Tickets can be purchased online at www.thirdstreetalliance.org/bistro. For more information contact Lynn Ondrusek at 610-438-9434 or londrusek@thirdstreetalliance.org

Nevin fountain walkway - Phase II underway, so buy your brick today!

There is still time for you to purchase a memorial brick for this amazing installation.  For more information, click on the link below to purchase your brick securely on line.  Or, if you prefer, you can mail in your donation and inscription using the printed brochure link.After literally decades of work, we have begun work on the final phase of the Nevin Park Historic Fountain. We have broken ground on the major earth moving to make the fountain ADA accessable, and will be completing the installation this spring, weather permiting. :)

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