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The Annual Meeting of the Catspaw Property Owners Association will be held on Saturday, October 14, 2023 at 10:00 a.m. Please mark your calendars. The meeting will be held at the Cashiers/Glenville Recreation Center located at 355 Frank Allan Rd, Cashiers and via Zoom. The link will be sent out prior to the meeting. Registration and refreshments begin at 9:30.
Catspaw is a community of 373 acres that rise to 4935 ft on Little Hogback Mountain in the Western Carolina Mountains with 4.45 miles of maintained gravel roads. Our rural subdivision is located about 13 miles from Franklin and 12 miles from Cashiers. Currently there are 19 homes nestled among the forests with tremendous long range views of mountain ranges including the Smoky Mountain National Park. Wild flame azaleas, rhododendron and wildflowers abound with an array of birds and even an occasional bear, deer, red fox or turkey.
Board Members for 2023 President: Frank Lee Vice President: Robin Meuldijk Secretary: Mary Ann Ziegler Treasurer: Chris Harris Road Committee Chairperson: Mark Holmes Governance Chairperson: Ross Henderson Communications Chairperson: Laurie Holmes
If you are interested in serving on a committee, please use the Contact the Board page.
Join the Catspaw Facebook Group to share photos and to learn more about the area. This group is open to members of the Catspaw POA. Click here: Catspaw Facebook
If you are a property owner, please REGISTER for this website to benefit from the additional resources and communication tools available to you. Click on <Register> in the upper right hand corner to complete the signup. This will allow you to communicate with the Executive Board and other homeowners and the board can communicate with you. Member only areas do not display unless registered. If you have pictures to share, you can contribute them via email to our communications chairperson, Cheryl Harris.
Note: Bears and deer seem to have taken up full time residence in Catspaw. Be alert for them at all times. Banner photo taken by Glenn Farrow.