EPOHOA focuses on issues relating to the preservation and promotion of the present and future welfare of homeowners representing Berkeley, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy, Jefferson, Mineral, Morgan, Pendelton and Tucker counties of West Virginia. (other WV Counties will be added as joined)
SHARING INFORMATION - INCREASING KNOWLEDGE
ALL MEETINGS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
NEXT EPOHOA MEETING
Saturday June 20, 2015 9AM
ELECTION of a 5 Member Board of Directors
CANDIDATE NOMINATIONS REMAIN OPEN UNTIL JUNE 20
Free Workshop immediately following the meeting
RSVP FORM or call (304) 728-2201
Lunch will be provided
Guest Speaker: Mr. Levi Mason of MASON AND MASON
4599 Shepherdstown Road - Route 45
Directions >>>Google Map
TIP : When your individual HOA is represented at an EPOHOA meeting
your topic(s) will be included for discussion.
FREE PARKING - HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE - NO SMOKING - CELL PHONES MUST BE SILENCED
RENEW YOUR EPOHOA ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP
mail checks to:
P.O. Box 1320
Harpers Ferry, West Virginia 25425
please allow 48 hours for replies.
Our menus link to a variety of information, too and including meetings, events, Association Members and more. We will be updating our website to reflect our new name and growth from a single county, Jefferson, to the eight-county Eastern Panhandle. We were formally known as JCOHOA where you will see references to our original name.
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