2015-2016 Board of Directors

At the annual meeting on October 8, members elected a new Board of Directors.  The Board is made up of volunteers who are here to serve the Ardmore Neighborhood Community.  The Board members below will serve from October 2015 to October 2016.

President — Bonnie Crouse
Vice President — Jordan Payne
Secretary — Andy Anderson
Treasurer — Marlo Newman

Inez Davis
David Cone
Lyndia Cone
Kathy Pearre
Charlie Whittington
Daniel Castro
Carol Eickmeyer
Laura Farrell
Reggie Delahanty
Shelly Snider
Gary Blocker

2015 Annual Meeting Scheduled !

YOU ARE INVITED!!  The 2015 annual membership meeting for the Ardmore Neighborhood Association is scheduled for Thursday, October 8th at 7:00 PM at Redeemer Presbyterian on Miller Street.  Join your neighbors to hear from past ANA presidents on Ardmore’s history and help elect a new board to lead the ANA for the 2015-16 year.   You’ll have an opportunity to renew your membership, meet the board members, enjoy light refreshments, share your thoughts on issues facing Ardmore and your ideas for keeping Ardmore a great place to live!!  All residents are welcomed and paid members will be eligible to vote for the new ANA Board.    Help us kick off a new year and new chapter for the ANA!

4th of July in Ardmore 2013

Join the Ardmore Neighborhood Association for our annual 4th of July picnic.  We’ll be at Miller Park, Shelter #1 (there is a parking lot at the corner of Rosewood and Bellview St.), from 11:30am – 2:00pm.  This is a potluck, so bring a side dish or dessert to share (the ANA will provide the main dishes), and come out to meet your neighbors.  There will be activities and crafts for the kids, plus our traditional red, white, and blue parade for decorated bikes, strollers and wagons!  Everyone can try their luck at Bingo for prizes from local businesses!  We need volunteers to help with set up, clean up, Bingo, and activities, so please contact us at ardmore@nullardmore.ws.  We look forward to seeing you on Thursday, July 4th!

June Community Meeting

ardmore sign for webHistoric Preservation in Ardmore

Join us on Thursday, June 13th as the Ardmore Neighborhood Association (ANA) welcomes Michelle McCullough, Preservation Planner with the City-County Planning Department to our community meeting.  Michelle will discuss preservation tax credits, and how you may be able to use them in your next renovation project.

The meeting will be held at 7pm at Redeemer Presbyterian Church at 1046 Miller Street in the Community Room on the lower level (off the south parking lot).  All are welcome, this event is free and open to Ardmore residents.  Tell your neighbors!

April Community Meeting

ardmore flowersGardening in Ardmore

Join us on Thursday, April 11th as the Ardmore Neighborhood Association (ANA) welcomes Sustainable+Ardmore to our community meeting.  They will discuss the Gateway Community Garden currently being developed in Ardmore, and how you can get involved.  We will also discuss how you can volunteer for the ANA, and help out our wonderful neighborhood

The meeting will be held at 7pm at Redeemer Presbyterian Church at 1046 Miller Street in the Community Room on the lower level (off the south parking lot).  All are welcome, this event is free and open to Ardmore residents.  Tell your neighbors!

February Community Meeting

Safety and Crime Prevention in Ardmore

Join us on Tuesday, February 19th at 7pm at Redeemer Presbyterian Church, 1046 Miller Street, as the Ardmore Neighborhood Association welcomes the Winston-Salem Police Department.  Officers will be on hand to discuss safety and crime prevention in Ardmore.  All are welcome, this event is free and open to Ardmore residents.  Tell your neighbors!

Community Events

Here’s a fun upcoming series from our friends at the Miller Park Recreation Center!


Learn DIY skills from local residential remodeling carpenter Tom Walter of TKCarpentry.  Courses will review the tools, materials, and techniques utilized in DIY projects, provide demonstrations of topics, and include open question/answer time for participants seeking information on projects they are currently working on or considering doing themselves!  Please RSVP if you plan to attend by emailing Leahf@nullcityofws.org or calling 336-727-2831.

February 7- Tools of the Trade:  Tool knowledge is a great foundation for anyone looking to take on DIY projects!  Join Tom for an overview and discussion of carpentry tools including hand tools, table/miter/circular saws, additional specialty saws, drills, routers, nail guns, and sanders.  Learn the features of each tool and discuss their applications.  Tom will bring his tools for the course so participants have hands-on exposure, but participants are also welcome to bring tools they own and have questions about.

March 7-  Drywall Repair:  Minor wall repair is a great project which most homeowners can DIY!  Learn about the tools and materials used in the drywall trade, how to repair wall holes and cracks, install a patch, tape, apply joint compound, and sand a repair to paint-ready condition.

April 4-  Wall Painting:  Need to do touchups?  Looking to change a room color?  Painting is a great low cost way to update any space, and best of all it’s probably the easiest DIY project out there!  Learn the steps necessary to complete an interior wall painting project.   Topics will include tools and materials, before you paint prep work, and how to paint instruction.

May 2- Tile:  Tile is a beautiful surface for floors, walls, backsplashes, and art/furniture projects, and it’s not that difficult to install.  Learn about the tools and materials used in the tile trade and how to cut, install, grout, and finish tile.  Once you understand the basics of tile installation, that knowledge can be applied to complete any DIY tile project you may have!


What’s happening in Ardmore

Are you curious about what’s happening in Ardmore?  Come to the Ardmore Neighborhood Association (ANA) September community meeting, Thursday, September 13th at 7pm in the Community Room of Redeemer Presbyterian Church on Miller Street. The ANA will welcome representatives from some of the many city agencies and community groups that provide services and activities in our neighborhood.  Each of the groups will have a table with information, and attendees will be encouraged to stop at each and ask questions and find out information.  Some of the groups attending are:

  • WSPD Crime Prevention Unit / Neighborhood Watch
  • City of Winston Salem Bike/Pedestrian Plan/ Sidewalks
  • City of Winston Salem Water and Sewer project
  • Creative Corridors
  • Miller Park Rec Center
  • Legacy 2030
  • Forsyth Futures
  • Peter’s Creek Community Initaitive
  • Ardmore Neighborhood School
  • Sustainable+Ardmore (Ardmore Gateway Garden)

All are welcome.  Tell your neighbors!

Location:  The Community Room is located on the lower level of Redeemer Presbyterian Church, off the south parking lot, 1046 Miller Street.