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“Welcome home to Indian Hills, a place in the heart of East Cobb where tree-lined streets, spacious lots, and welcoming neighbors of all ages greet you. This master-planned community began development in 1969, with around 500 homes. Today, this sprawling neighborhood boasts around 1,680 unique homes that range from the $400k’s to nearly $2M and is situated around a country club, 27 holes of golf, creeks and pocket parks throughout its 2,000 gently.. ” read more

   2022-2023        MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL

Become an ACTIVE member of the Indian Hills community!

Inherent satisfaction that you are a contributing member of your neighborhood’s betterment via annual membership participation.

$95 annually- our-fiscal year is October 1-September 30. Mail check for $95 or pay online +$3 convenience fee = $98

RENEW FOR 2022-2023


  • Landscaping and maintenance of 11 entrances and intersections, medians and 5 pocket parks.
  • Roads & Security: IHCA works with Cobb City on finding ways to keep our community safe by troubleshooting speeders, potholes, etc.
  • American Disposal Services (ADS)– receive the IHCA member rate of $18.45 per month. Sign Up at
  • IHCA Directory mailed to your home annually via USPS
  • Mailbox Replacement at discounted IHCA pricing
  • Smoke Signals, monthly newsletter, mailed via USPS  and posted on the website
  • Community Affairs Holiday Lights, Dumpster Days, Back to School Supply Drive & Garage Sales
  • HOA Closing Letters benefit for those who are selling or refinancing their home.

New Residents:

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  • 01/28/2021 9:00 AM | Anonymous

    One of the greatest member benefits to joining the IHCA is the discount on trash services. In a recent board meeting, Curtis Kimball, IHCA Treasurer, said “I wish we had a service that collects glass,” which led to a discussion of why carriers do not offer that as a service. One local company said, “if our customers put glass in the recycling, the transfer stations will flag our loads and we risk not being able to drop there.” This leaves a void in the recycling space for many East Cobb residents.

    Enter Cheers to Recycling (, a local small business started by Jamey Moran. She officially incorporated in January of 2022, but has been picking up glass for over a year now. In that time, she has recycled an estimated 15 tons of glass! To put that into perspective, it takes more than 1,800 empty wine bottles to make one ton of glass! Unlike plastic, glass can be recycled endlessly with no loss in quality or purity. However, when thrown in a landfill it will take 4,000 years to break down.

    “I’ve taken my personal glass to a local recycling center for years. Then I started taking neighbors glass as well,” Moran accounts. It was actually Covid that pushed me to take a larger step…and alcohol sales. According to a University of Buffalo study, sales of spirits and wine jumped as much as 20-40% in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic. Reports like this were Moran’s call to action. I literally thought to myself “dang, that’s a lot of glass being thrown away! I did a quick post on FB saying I would do residential pick-ups and take it to the recycling center for local East Cobb households. Seven people responded immediately…I was elated that there were others out there like me, and a business was started,” Moran said.

    Moran is now a proud “Ecopreneur,” an entrepreneur operating an environmentally sustainable business. She wants to build a thriving business while keeping planet earth at the heart of every decision.

    While recycling glass is unquestionably beneficial, there are so many other ways to help, so many that sometimes families that don’t know where to get started. “First, I firmly believe that every little bit helps. Taking your Chick-fil-A Styrofoam cup and putting it in the Publix Styrofoam recycling container helps. Buying a product in aluminum, tin, or glass vs. plastic and then recycling that container helps. Not taking a plastic bag for just one or two items helps. All the little “helps” do add up,” Moran said.

    Besides Cheers to Recycling, Jamey is a Board Member for the local nonprofit My Green Earth ( According to their website, they are “on a mission to make Cobb County the #1 most sustainable county in all of Georgia.”

    Moran helps educate young people in the area as the Environmental Education Committee (EEC) Chair for East Side Elementary PTA. She is also the EEC Chair for the East Cobb County Council PTA (ECCC PTA represents 35 schools in Cobb County) and would love opportunities to bring the message to area private schools and civic associations.

    Several Indian Hills Residents are already customers of Cheers to Recycling. Neighbor Sandra Robertson says that “it has been a really big help. We have always saved our jars and bottles for recycling, but it was a challenge to get it to a place that would accept it.” Currently Cobb County does not offer residential glass pick-up. “We would love for more people to learn about Jamey and it is very inexpensive,” Roberson said.

    Cheers to Recycling offers monthly pick up for $10 a month for a 6-month cycle and one-off pickups for $15. Current customers receive curbside pickup with the glass being placed by their mailbox in a cardboard container, which is also recycled. Cheers to Recycling currently serves about 15 Indian Hills residents, but Moran has her sights set much higher. “The goal is to introduce custom bins with multiple trailers, mapping out a route that protects time and fuel. For both business and environmental purposes condensing collection areas is vital,” Moran said.

    Indian Hills resident Robyn Elliott said “to us, the value of the service far outweighs the cost.” Elliott has been using the service since the very beginning. “We really care about recycling, but it has made it possible for us to not have to worry about getting is somewhere,” Elliott said.

    For more information and to learn how you can join the growing number of Indian Hills residents that are taking advantage of glass recycling at your home or have Cheers to Recycling come speak at your child’s school, church or scouting organization, you can reach out to Jamey Moran. You can call or text 404-422-0863. You can also email Cheers to Recycling at Also check out the Facebook page

    Kris Killough
    Kris Killough,
    IHCA President

President's Message Blog


2023 IHCA Directory Cover Voting Deadline

March 10, 2023

See Membership Update article for details

IHCA Board Meeting

Monday, March 27 @ 7pm 

Indian Hills Country Club

Indian Hills Book Club

The Indian Hills Book Club meets the 4th Thursday of the month at 1:00 PM in person

AND now at 7:30 pm as well.

We continue to have lively discussions. Come and join us! 

Next meeting: January 26, 2023 at 1:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. 

Celebrating Life, Creating Friendships, through BOOKS. 

Donna Worden (843) 597-5530 and Lindsay Reese 678-296-0590 for evening meetings

Rusty Morgan (713) 882-8267 and Rosalind Katz (404) 317-2151 for daytime meetings

Reading list by Month

March 23,


Maybe You Should Talk to Someone

April 27,


Ask Again, Yes

Smoke Signals

The Official Newsletter of Indian Hills Civic Association

Member Spotlight

Member Spotlight: Indian Hills Trail Ladies Night

The ladies of Indian Hills Trail are so good about getting together to make memories! The cul-de-sac group meets every other month for Ladies Night Out, and they usually have a great turnout! Read More...

OPEN Volunteer

Position Community

Affairs Director

Call Page Morgan at 770.653.4777 (or get in touch with any Board Member) if you are interested in

helping to keep INDIAN HILLS...


Green & Growing 

~By Ashley Frasca, host of the radio show Green and Growing, heard on 95.5 WSB Radio every Saturday from 6-9:00 a.m

The holidays are upon us, and along with traditions with family and friends, you will likely be enjoying some kind of holiday plant. Many of them can be cared for long past the Christmas season. Here are some common plants associated with this time of year and how to care for them..  Read More...

The Home FIX IT  

You hear people talk about ‘termite letters’ all the time. So what exactly are they talking about?

Well, a termite letter is a report that a pest control company will create after doing an inspection of a house. Some states have actual forms that this is supposed to follow by state law. Read More...

~Grab your hammer and join the show! In Atlanta, 404.872.0750 or 1.800.972.8255. Saturday mornings from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m., 

Dave Baker is WSB’s resident household repair and home improvement expert! He provides a multitude of tips and advice on planning, building and fixing up around the house. Follow Dave on his Facebook page: thehomefixitpage

Discounted garbage and recycling rate

By SeeGreen Service







More Information

“Blackjack Mountain” Pipeline Project

-By Kris Killough, Director of External Affairs

You have probably heard by now that the Cobb County/Marietta Water Authority is heading up a project beginning pretty immediately that will replace the old 36” water pipes throughout the county. This project is called the Blackjack Mountain Pipeline Project, but it affects Indian Hills and the surrounding areas substantially. Work is slated to begin in the next week or two on Barnes Mill Road, west of I-75 and between Barnes Mill Road and Holt Road. Work within Indian Hills (east of Old Canton Road) is anticipated between October 2020 and February 2021, using multiple crews.

The map provided by the Water Authority for reference.


Indian Hills Country Club is an affordable family-oriented private club located in East Cobb County. The club features 27 holes of golf, open seven days per week, with extensive practice facilities. There are also eight tennis courts, three swimming pools, and a beautiful clubhouse featuring excellent dining and year-round social events. Learn more...

Call us:

(352) 727-1038, or 
Email: tkkillough(at)

P.O. Box 681283
Marietta, GA 30068

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