WAHHI Constitution

ARTICLE III. MEMBERSHIP

Membership in WAHHI shall be open to women residing on Hilton Head Island, in the Town of Bluffton, and in those communities with access to Highway 278, up to and including Island West, and within the are abounded by Colleton River to the north and the May River to the south.

Interpretive guidelines for determining membership eligibility:

Areas north of Highway 278, bounded to the north by the Colleton River and to the west by Graves Road, to include the following residential communities (extending west from the Hilton Head Island bridge):

  • Moss Creek
  • Colleton River Plantation
  • The Crescent
  • Belfair Plantation
  • Rose Hill Plantation
  • Eagle’s Point
  • Berkeley Hall
  • Island West

Areas south of Highway 278, bounded to the south by the May River and to the west by Hampton Parkway, the western and southern boundaries of Hampton Lake to Old Miller Road and south to its intersection with Highway 46 at Windy Knoll Lane, to include the following residential communities (extending west from the Hilton Head Island bridge):

  • Buckinghame
  • The Gatherings
  • Heritage Lakes
  • Fernlakes
  • Shady Glenn
  • Hidden Lakes
  • Windy Lakes
  • Westbury Park
  • Windtree
  • Baywood
  • Traditions at Old Carolina
  • Rose Hill Plantation
  • Wellstone
  • Pinecrest
  • Pine Ridge
  • Woodbridge
  • The Townes at Buckwalter
  • Shell Hall
  • The Farm
  • Barton’s Run
  • Gascoigne Bluff
  • Sandy Pointe
  • Arborwood
  • Edgefield
  • Grande Oaks
  • Hampton Hall
  • Rose Dhu Creek
  • May River Plantation
  • Parkside
  • Baynard Park
  • The Willows
  • Hampton Lake

Note: These communities that open directly onto Highway 170 are deemed to lie beyond the WAHHI membership boundaries, as defined in the Constitution, Article III.