Our mission is to promote and foster the recreation, relaxation, health and fellowship of the members, and to protect, maintain and improve the recreational land and open space in Pinecrest. The neighborhood is located in the town of Hubbardston, Massachusetts, about an hour and a half from Boston. We have the advantage of living in a peaceful area surrounded by nature, but also not being too far away from larger cities like Gardner, Leominster, and Fitchburg. The neighborhood offers many activities including hiking trails, a private beach area with a great playground, and lakes that are great for boating and fishing.
Bring your issues, concerns, questions to us for discussion, or just come to listen and learn. We meet normally the first Tuesday of the month at 7 pm in the Lodge. Meetings generally last about 90 minutes.
Due to the current state of the Corona Virus, Board Meetings have been held via Zoom and in the Lodge. If you would like to join, Please contact Jim Ellis @ email: firstname.lastname@example.org to request to be added to the list.
The board of directors meet monthly to discuss concerns, issues and projects within the neighborhood as well as host an annual meeting where things such as the yearly budget, goals, and overall focus areas of all residents. Click the button below to catch up on all ongoing conversations.
Rules and regulations for the association
The neighborhood's main building is used for most of Pincrest's offical events including monthly and annual board meetings. Associtation members are allowed to rent the lodge for private gatherings for a low fee of $50 per day. click the button below to see more about our lodge.
Cushman Pond is a shallow water-body. The depth of the pond ranges between 3 to 10 feet. and it is allowed to swim and fish. The beach area is kept clean by neighborhood volunteers and is a great place to spend a hot summer's day with the family. PPOA is required by our local Board of Health to test the pond for E. Coli bacteria on a monthly basis during the swimming season and has always passed as safe and the board of directors make the best possible efforts to protect our pond. Click below for more information.
|President||Bill Homans (2021)||email@example.com|
|Treasurer||Jeanne E. Carter (2021)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Clerk||Eric Goodhart (2021)||email@example.com|
|Directors||David Blad (2021)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Bob Brooks (2021)|
|Dennis Majikas (2021)|
|John Day (2021)|
|Bill Poudrier (2021)|
|Lodge Rentals||Sherry Brooks|