Spring Newsletter, 2020

We have decided not to have a Spring Member Meeting in 2020. Our annual member meeting at the end of the pool season. Here are some ways to stay engaged: comment, fill out a survey, contact the board, start a discussion in the forums, volunteer, and maybe even come to the pool.

Pool Coping Update

The coping replacement is done! It looks great and will serve the pool for many years to come. Thank you to all the neighbors that contributed to the repair costs through their annual pool membership fee and especially to the members that chose to donate through sponsorship this year. Sponsoring the pool allows Timbercrest Recreation Club to address major repairs and continue to improve the pool for the entire community. For more details, see:

Pool information for spring, 2020

In these uncertain times, the Timbercrest Recreation Club (TRC) pool board would like to share our plan for the 2020 pool season. To simplify, this year we have sent a single message rather than spreading out the content over several messages. We hope this helps keep all pool information in one easy to find place. Read the information below and access the included links at your convenience. Feel free to contact us with any questions. Our contact info is at the bottom. We want to hear from you!

Small grants available for vegetable and herb gardens

The Timbercrest Neighborhood Association, the Governor's Foundation for Health and Wellness, and Mayo Garden Center are proud to announce that we will be offering a small grant program to Timbercrest residents that would like to plant vegetable and/or herb gardens. Please see the attached document for more information and an application. Good luck!

2019 Timbercrest Pool Season is officially over

cover on pool

The 2019 Timbercrest Pool Season is officially over. Thank you to all the volunteers who made this year happen. Thank you all our members who made this year great. We couldn't do this without you.

We have some fun events planned for fall. Be sure to keep an eye out for posts and signs. Let us know if you'd like to help or have ideas.

We will keep you informed about the maintenance work that will happen this off season.

Timbercrest wins Knoxville Neighborhood Achievement Award

Our neighborhood won The City of Knoxville Neighborhood Achievement Award for our efforts as a Healthier Tennessee Neighborhood. The award was presented on May 18, 2019 by Mayor Madeline Rogero and was accepted by Kirk Anderson.

The award was presented by the Department of Neighborhoods for:

Timbercrest Neighborhood Association

Healthier Tennessee Community Program