Lighted Balls Workshop

Saturday, Dec. 1;      10 AM – 12 Noon. At Maupin Avenue Presbyterian Church, lower level. We provide the wire; you bring one string of Christmas lights per ball you want to make. Gloves are helpful. It’s not hard! Free. A non-perishable item for Rowan Helping Ministries is appreciated.

Fulton Heights Holiday Home Tour

Date: Saturday December 1, 2018
Time: 5-8pm
Elizabeth & Forrest Anderson
204 Maupin Ave.
Mary & Bryan Wymbs
203 Mitchell Ave.
Tory Curren & Trevor Epperhimer
206 Maupin Ave.
Sherri & Eric McKnight
405 Wiley Ave.

Event is free with a $10 donation
You can donate at any of the houses
Fulton Heights Residents: You can pay your annual $20 Association fee at this time.

Food Collection Bags

This year, Milford Hills United Methodist Youth have distributed grocery bags throughout the neighborhood. You are being asked to contribute non perishable items for Rowan Helping Ministries. Please put your filled bag in front of your house on SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4. This is a different schedule from prior years, but food goes to the same location. Thank you for your generosity.

Halloween event, Wed. Oct. 31

Our annual Halloween event begins at 5 PM at the intersection of Mitchell and Blair with a parade led by a patrol car. Then awards for best Costumes. Categories are: Cutest (under 3 years), Scariest; Most Original; Best Movie/TV; Best Literary/History; Most Eco-Friendly; Best Family or Group; Best Float (wagon/stroller). Mitchell Avenue will be closed from Crosby to Jordan from about 4:30 to 7 PM for the safety of the children. We encourage Trick or Treat to begin after the awards are given, approximately 5:30 PM.

Emergency Alerts

If you have not yet signed up for Nixle, now is a good time. The City sends out notices as necessary, usually for closed streets, etc. Now they will be sending alerts re: the upcoming bad weather. For your phone, you can text SALISBURY to 888777. That’s all. Or you can go to and enter your zip code. Scroll down if you want email notifications.

You can follow local weather at or on Facebook.

Be safe!

Today’s picnic (Sunday)

It’s really difficult to predict the weather this afternoon — SO, we’re going to GO with the picnic! Of course, if it is raining, please use your common sense and stay home!! Otherwise, see you at Centennial Park at 6 PM – bring food to share and a chair.