Hello Residents of Town & Country
We'd love to hear from you
Join TCNA Today
One of the most common questions we get is,“why should I join the association; what does it do?” TCNA has three main areas of focus that help build a strong community: social events, governmental relations, and community building. Our neighborhood is a community, and that community is strongest when we are able to work together to speak with one voice.
What are your priorities for our neighborhood, and what would you like to see the association do in the future? The more our membership can reflect the neighborhood, the better we can serve the residents that make this a great place to live.
To pay dues make checks payable to: Town & Country Neighborhood Association
Mailing Address: 3330 Briarcliffe Rd NW Winston Salem NC 27106
Or Pay online by clicking HERE
Dues are $35
Upcoming Events and Neighborhood News
Click HERE for the 2022 Spring Newsletter
Spring Clean Up
Thank you to all our volunteers who came out to help on May 1st with the Spring Clean! We hope to see you in the fall for another neighborhood clean! Remember you can pick up anytime!
The First Spring Carnival for the Town and Country Pool was a huge success! Thank you to all who came out to support the pool! We look forward to seeing you poolside this summer!
Warmer temperatures and more sunlight means more neighbors will be getting outside to enjoy the weather. Spring is a wonderful time to meet neighbors. This year TCNA has printed up welcome cards to give to new neighbors with information about where to find updates on neighborhood news and events. We also have printed up TCNA stickers, see preview below, for both current and new members. Or, for $5, you can purchase one at the spring carnival from the TCNA booth. If you know of a new neighbor who needs a card please email us and we will help you welcome them to Town and Country.
Blessing Box and Little Library
Last spring St. Anne's Episcopal Church, located at 2690 Fairlawn Drive, installed and blessed a Blessing Box. A Blessing Box is a safe place for people to come and receive/leave food and hygiene products. We invite you to partner with St. Anne's to help spread the word about this ministry and to help us keep it stocked with shelf stable food and hygiene products. We do ask that any product you place in the box have the barcode marked over with a marker. As the signs say, "Take what you need. Leave what you can." We give thanks to our Bread and Blessing Committee and to the Phillips family for helping this project come to life.
- Rev. Ginny Wilder, rector of St. Anne's and Town and Country resident