It’s that time of year, time to renew your membership or become a new member.
Online CCEA memberships and / or purchase the new Chevy Chase History Book. Donate here!
Like we have done for 80 years, your fellow canyon neighbors and friends who volunteer with the Chevy Chase Estates Association prepared the mailing of “Canyon Crier,” our annual CCEA newsletter. With the help of spouses and children we were able to fold, collate, secure, and address 1500 newsletters that will be mailed everybody in the canyon. It’s a labor of love that took three hours on a Sunday afternoon with a “stuffing mailing party”, and countless more hours to write and create.
Homes were photographed at random so if your house isn’t included, perhaps it can be found in the lights of years past below. Enjoy these beautiful canyon treasures, Merry Christmases (Glendale is so cool, we celebrate two, the 25th and the 6th.), Happy Holidays, and a very Happy New Year from your neighbors at the CCEA.
The following email was just sent to the Chevy Chase Estates Association. We are sharing it with canyon residents as a warning to be on the lookout for this thief.
I live on the 2000 block of Cascadia Dr. Yesterday we had a package stolen from our front porch. I wanted to write to send a description (and photos) to keep people vigilant.
The package was taken from my front porch at 8:18PM on Tuesday 12/6/2016. It looked like a woman wearing a hooded down jacket and “skinny” pants.
The woman was walking along side a recent (2012 to 2014) Kia Soul checking inside mail boxes and taking packages as the driver followed. The Kia Soul was white (or could have been yellow) with a black stripe across the doors.
People in the canyon should keep an eye out for this Kia Soul because my security camera also captured the same car driving slowly down the road (with nobody on foot) only two nights before on 12/4/2016 at 8:34PM (a similar time).