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Treasurer’s Report for 2017-2018

The Treasurer’s Report for the FHIA year from October 1, 2017 to September 30, 2018 is available. 2017-18_TreasurerAnnualReport_2018-10-12

Report on the FHIA Website

During 2018, the FHIA website was rebuilt, with extensive upating of the contents. The new website is suitable for both large computer screens and smartphones. Here is a report on the new website that has been prepared for the FHIA

Cornell and the Emerald Ash Borer

You may have seen this piece from the Cornell Chronicle already: http://news.cornell.edu/stories/2018/05/cornell-plans-response-against-emerald-ash-borer. If not, you may be interested to know that signs of the insect pest have now been seen in downtown Ithaca.

Fisher Seen in Forest Home

Andy Galloway reported activity believed to be by a fisher a few days ago. Over the last year we’ve had repeated deaths of our chickens, brutally committed (of course), and two nights ago our last two chickens were killed with

Sunday School Help Needed at Forest Home Chapel

Dear Neighbors, The Chapel is looking for someone over 18 (probably a college student) to lead our summer children’s Christian education program (Sunday School) for the summer months this year. The classes are typically small (at most 8 children), ages

One Bedroom Apartment Available

Dear Neighbors, This one bedroom unit (built in 2015) is free standing and comes with one parking spot with a short walk to the Veterinary College and the rest of Cornell. Lower level contains the bedroom, full bath and washer

Route 79 single lane until Ocotober

More road closures to affect routes for Forest Home folks because of sewer replacement on East State Street (i.e. Route 79 east of the Ithaca Commons).  Related lane and road closures will begin around April 30 (between Stewart Avenue and

Invitation from the Forest Home Chapel

Our friends from the Forest Home Chapel would like to extend the following invitation: Dear Neighbors, Forest Home Chapel will be open on Good Friday, March 29, for anyone who would appreciate some quiet, reflective time on this holy day.  The Chapel will also be celebrating

Red fox

Kyllikki Inman passes on the following. Forest Homers — There is a daytime fox who comes and eats shelled sunflower seeds and drinks from the birdbath in my yard. Do Not Worry – she’s not rabid, she’s not aggressive at

Forest Home Potluck

Friday March 16, 6-8 p.m. Forest Home Chapel. All are welcome! Please join us even if you are too busy to bring something. We’ll provide a cheese board, ice cream, and apple cider (at least). No alcoholic beverages at the

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