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.
Select the boxes below to see more information about each category.  Review the tabs for the various categories of information.

Latest News

Landmark Drive Detour, Feb 2
Posted on Jan 31st
Landmark Drive from the Village Green to Clark Road will be closed on Thursday, Feb 2nd.
Letters Against Isolation Needs You
Posted on Jan 31st
Did you know resident Cindy Lastih began a letter writing campaign in 2021 to combat the isolation that residents in nursing homes and assisted living facilities were feeling post pandemic? This letter writing campaign became a chapter of Letters Against Isolation  and two years later The Pinehills has delivered close to 7000 letters. Please consider participating in this beautiful program and bring a smile to someone's face!
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Coming Soon... Making their Pinehills Debut!

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Local Events

Heritage Museums and Gardens, 2023 Events
Wednesday, February 1st at Sandwich, MA
Check out the wide variety of events taking place at Heritage Museums and Gardens in 2023! 
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Author Talk, Feb 1
Wednesday, February 1st, 6:30pm at Plymouth Public Library Fehlow Room
Noted history author, Stephen Puleo, will be joining us to discuss his book, Voyage of Mercy: The USS Jamestown, the Irish Famine, and the Remarkable Story of America's First Humanitarian Mission, the tale of the mission that inspired a nation to donate massive relief to Ireland during the potato famine and began America's tradition of providing humanitarian aid around the world.