In January, WBPA Board vacancies will occur as members’ terms expire leaving the door open to residents who would like to serve their neighborhood in this capacity. In addition to general vacancies, the Board is looking for someone who has a financial skill set who will could move into the Treasurer’s position when it becomes vacant in 2019. The coming year would allow that person to shadow the current Treasurer to learn the responsibilities of that position.

Vibrant color, whimsy, creativeness, texture, and an abundance of flowers made this front yard this year’s Best Front Yard winner!

The 2019 Annual Winding Brook 4th of July Parade will take place on Thursday, July 4 at 9:30 a.m.

Bike decorating begins at 9:30 and the Bike parade starts at 10, lead by the Penn Fire Department. There will be games and popsicles afterwards.

The parade begins at 15685 Windingbrook Dr.

Decorate your bikes, Big Wheels, strollers, cars and join the fire truck and fun celebrating the birth of our nation!
The WBPA Board recently elected Josh Higgenbotham to serve as one of its Directors. Josh is married to Lauren Dunbar and with their two children lives on Winding Brook Drive. He is a long time resident—his parents are stil l in the neighborhood.

Have you seen it?! The County has installed a speed limit sign at the Winding Brook Drive entrance thanks to Michael Miller’s urging. It is definitely needed as there are times when you would think that our streets are race tracks—that is how fast some cars barrel through here.