The Rocky Ripple Community Association is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) that delivers social, cultural, recreational, and educational services to the Town of Rocky Ripple and its residents, and in so doing, strengthens the bonds of civic unity and provides for the common welfare of all residents.
Sargeant at Arms
The Easter Bunny parades to Hohlt Park where eggs are hidden for all ages to find. Afterwards, community children can win at the Cake Walk.
Our community garden hosts a plant exchange each spring. A great way to add to your own garden and contribute to others'.
Events are hosted on various Saturdays throughout the year, giving community members a chance to connect and play.
Held in Hohlt Park each September, our festival is our biggest fundraiser. Food, music, children activities, and crafts from local artisans.
A spooky wander through town, and a chance for families to give and receive candy while in their best costumes.
Discover gift ideas at our annual holiday bazaar, held at Town Hall each December and featuring all local crafters.
The Rocky Ripple Community Association was founded on November 12, 1948, with the first meeting in the home of Mrs. William Smith. Originally called the Ladies Auxiliary of the Rocky Ripple Volunteer Fire Department, their purpose was to assist the fire department morally and financially. The first order of business was a bake sale to raise money for a new hose.
By July 1950, a town hall was built by local residents and with money from the Ladies Auxiliary. Through the next four decades, the Ladies Auxiliary continued to raise money for the volunteer fire department and to provide social events for residents of Rocky Ripple. After the volunteer fire department dissolved in 1989, the Ladies Auxiliary adopted new bylaws and reorganized as the Rocky Ripple Community Association in 1990. The Community Association incorporated as a nonprofit in 1998.
The Rocky Ripple Community Association aims to provide social, cultural, recreational, and educational services to the Town of Rocky Ripple and its residents, and in so doing strengthen the bonds of civic unity and provide for the common welfare of all residents.
Community Association officers are elected by members to staggered, three-year terms. Membership in the Community Association is open to any resident of Rocky Ripple, and there is no fee to join. Regular meetings are held the third Tuesday of each month at the Town Hall.