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Highlands Easter Egg Hunt

Come welcome spring at our annual Highlands Community Easter Egg Hunt.

The family-friendly event will be held Saturday, March 31st from 2 – 4 p.m. at the Highlands pavilion and playground. (No Rain Date) Registration required. The Easter Egg Hunt age divisions include: 0-3, 4-6 and 7-9. Hundreds of eggs will be hidden for each age group. Don’t forget your basket to collect the eggs and to take home your prizes! The Easter Bunny will be making a guest appearance! Families may bring a camera and take pictures with the Easter Bunny. The kids can also play games, visit the face painter, and enjoy refreshments. For details and registration information, see the flyer here. This event is not open to the public. It is for family members of Highlands residents only. The event is sponsored by your Highlands Community Association Social Committee. To volunteer, contact the Social Committee via email to

Seeking Block Captain Volunteers


The Highlands Community Association has Block Captain openings for the following streets:

Streets Homes
Kintail Drive 25
Covina Lane & Court 16
MacAndrew Place 11
MacAndrew Terrace 16
Allerdice Terrace 5

Interested volunteers can “adopt” a street – no need to be a resident on the street where an opening exists.  The Block Captains are asked to deliver flyers about 8 times a year; see events list below.  Also, once a year the neighborhood directory gets distributed.  There are no monthly meetings for Block Captains to attend and no paperwork is involved – just some good exercise, a chance to meet your neighbors.  Volunteer by contacting Sarah Martin, Social Committee Chair, at or stop by the Social Committee monthly meeting held on first Wednesday of the month at the Reserve.


Highlands Community Association Sponsored Events
·   Adult Winter Social ·   4th of July Parade
·   Easter Egg Hunt ·   Fall Festival & Charity Cake Walk
·   Spring Yard Contest ·   Fall Yard Contest
·   Community Yard Sale ·   Christmas Yard Contest




Nuisance Wildlife

These will be useful for any residents complaining about nuisance wildlife and provide suggestions on how to deal with various nuisance species, such as deer and coyotes.

All species:



I hope you find this information helpful. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you need any further assistance.

Take care,

Michelle Shoultz

Wildlife Specialist

USDA-APHIS, Wildlife Services

PO Box 130

Moseley, VA  23120

(804) 739-7739  office

(804) 248-1897 cell