Safe, beautiful, and fun.
Welcome to the website of the Converse Heights Neighborhood Association, or CHNA for short. if you’re new to Converse Heights, welcome to the neighborhood as well!
Our mission is to make (and to keep) Converse Heights safe, beautiful, and fun, and we want to enlist the help of every neighbor in that pursuit. To have a safe place to live, you need to know the people who live around you, and we provide several “get-together opportunities” each year where all neighbors are invited. We conduct annual tree plantings, we look for good neighborhood projects to support, and we plant and maintain the entrances to Converse Heights to enhance its beauty. And for fun, we have miles of side-walks, Happy Hollow Park, front porches, block parties, and lots of friendly people. We also maintain an excellent partnership with the City of Spartanburg. Please enjoy our website, like us on Facebook, give us your good ideas, ask us questions, and please join your neighbors as members of the Neighborhood Association.
The Board of Directors of the Converse Heights Neighborhood Association
CHNA Board Members:
Chair: Alyson Campbell
Treasurer: Allison Sutton
Secretary: Francie Little
Community Safety and Outreach: Wesley Hammond
Finance: Allison Sutton
Social: Allie McCown (Chair), Mary Ann Cleland
Communications: Iris Laudig, Gail Ebert, Blaine Elizabeth Alexander
Traffic: Jody Traywick, Nancy Holland
Ravine: Everett Powers
Archives: Allie McCown (Chair), Francie Little, Blaine Elizabeth Alexander, Gail Ebert, Iris Laudig
Nominations: Francie Little
At Large: Anne Chapman Jeter, Alex North
There are many opportunities for neighborhood residents to get involved with CHNA. If interested, please contact any Board Member.
To send inquiries to the entire Board email email@example.com. To send email to a specific board member, click on their name in the list below.
Mailing address: PO Box 187, Spartanburg, SC 29304
For any web site questions or suggestions, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would like to thank Trinity United Methodist Church for generously sharing their facilities for meetings of the Converse Heights Neighborhood Association and Board.