On behalf of The Pinehills Landowners Association (PHLOA), welcome to YOUR community website. This site is accessible to you as a resident of The Pinehills. Explore the many features available on the site.
The purpose of the website is to allow residents of The Pinehills to quickly and easily find information about the clubs, activities, resources, rules and regulations, and general postings of interest for The Pinehills community. 
The administrative offices for the PHLOA are located at 55 Stonebridge Road in the Stonebridge Clubhouse.
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Latest News

Precinct 15 Caucus, Oct 18
Posted on Oct 2nd
Attention Precinct 15 
On Wednesday, October 18th at 6pm there will be a caucus in the Rec Room of the Stonebridge Club. The meeting will be available via zoom as well in person. 
Feeling Sick? Stay Home and Get Well
Posted on Sep 28th
Tis the season. As the weather begins to change, we are experiencing an uptick in seasonal illness. If you are exhibiting symptoms, please consider wearing a mask, distancing yourself from crowded areas, and perhaps taking a Covid test. When in doubt, stay home. Let's all work together to stay healthy this coming Fall and Winter. 

Don't Miss the Sustainable Pinehills Textile Collection, Oct 14 and 15

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Local Events

Karen Shulman Exhibit, Oct 5-Dec 15
Thursday, October 5th to Friday, December 15th
Opening Night Reception October 5th 4pm to 7pm
Visit resident Karen Shulman's photography exhibit to benefit the Plymouth Public Library Literacy Program. Karen is well-known for her portfolio "Window Dressing", created using the mannequins on display at Bergdorf Goodmans in NYC. She has a number of other creative portfolios including "Gifts from the Sea", and "Dahlias and Botanicals".
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Question and Answer Session with Mark Pothier, Oct 7
Saturday, October 7th
The League of Women Voters invites you to a talk and question and answer session with Mark Pothier, Editor of Plymouth's new on-line newspaper, The Plymouth Independent. Join us Saturday, October 7 at 2pm at the Plymouth Public Library. This event is free and open to the public.
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