Category Archives: Meeting Minutes

Member Meeting July 9, 2015

Luncheon Meeting Notes

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Attendance: Approximately 15

Board Reports

Chair Report – Karen Bolin (President) provided opening comments.

Outreach: The ABA is working on membership and renewals. Please feel free to attend our board meetings on the 1st Thursday of every month to share your ideas. Notify us of your community events so we may promote you, your business and the community.

Aloha is Affordable, Accessible and Safe: We want affordable housing so lets help manage the fees in the county as our neighbors Cooper Mountain and South Hillsboro expand. TriMet’s Orange Line is about to open, which extend Aloha’s access to a larger area. Safe Gun safety, Domestic Violence and advocating for a safer Aloha are priorities. Please feel free to share your suggestions for speakers that you believe fit the topics of Affordable, Accessible and Safe in Aloha.

Treasurer report – Mike Holcomb $2,028.20 in the bank. Out $675.91. Cash in $500 for June 2015. Reminder that dues are due the month the invoice is dated. Pay by check, cash, or online with PayPal.

Community Partnerships- Kody & Karen THPRD Concert in Arnold Park went wonderful, National Night Out fliers for Tuesday August 4, 2015 event will be sent out in the next Eblast. Please send, share and post this all over the Aloha community.

August Guest Speaker is Tualatin Valley Water District and the Willamette Water Project.

Membership- Reaching out too more members, new members, and bringing in companies on the fringes of our community.

Meeting Educational Program:

                                                                                                                              

Penny Okamoto: “Gun Safety and Your Business

Cease Fire Oregon

Penny is here representing Cease Fire Oregon’s Education foundation. Washington County how and what we can carry: Concealed Carry or Open Carry.

Concealed Carry requires a permit, back ground check, fee’s and a safety course. A lot of guns are allowed under these permits and they can be carried in several different ways. There are cities that will not allow a loaded concealed gun, Beaverton is one of these cities, but Aloha which is unincorporated you may carry a loaded concealed gun. No guns are allowed in Federal buildings, national forests, and many more, but businesses can choose to not allow guns the same as a home owner can choose to not allow a gun too.

About 11% of the homicides occur in the work place, but 80% of those homicides are committed with a gun. If guns are allowed in the work place you are 5-7% more likely to be affected by a homicide. Men are more likely to be killed by strangers, women are more likely to know their assailant. Domestic Violence is also harassment, not just injuries or death. 60% of women in one study lost their jobs due to domestic violence harassment from a spouse, friend or partner.

An armed society is a safe society or is an armed society an intimidated society.

75-80% of Oregon’s gun deaths are suicides. This is a serious issue in Oregon. Teenage boys and older white men are most likely to die from gun suicides.

 

The Aurora shooting case has created a new law holding the cinema accountable for the safety of the patrons. What does this mean? We don’t know. Perhaps that means there are going to be metal detectors in theaters… we don’t know. Keep your eye on this.

 

Speak out, reach out, research and connect with higher ups in your organizations, medical, or police organizations for ways you can help your employees, family, friends and your business to protect each other from gun violence and gun related suicide.

Join with local law enforcement and your legal team to create a company policy for gun’s, knives and other weapons.

For more information about gun safety, gun awareness go to http://coef.ceasefireoregon.org/

 

Announcements:

National Night Out: Tuesday August 4th, 4-8pm at the Aloha Library parking lot

TGIF Social Hour: Friday July 24th at Sakura

Aloha Jamboree: Saturday August 29th

Good Neighbor Project: Westside August 23rd Local Churches and residents doing community service

ARCC: Next Meeting is July 29th, at the Aloha Fire Training Center on Blanton from 6-7:30pm

Aloha Library is starting a book club! Stay tuned for more on this. Also keep the levy in mind for November.

Washington County Forum meets Mondays 12-1 at the Peppermill

 

Not a member? You can sign up and/or pay dues at our website: www.alohabusinessassociation.com

 

Next Meeting: August 13th at 11:15 AM at Peppermill Restaurant

“Water and the Willamette Water Project”

Member Meeting June 11, 2015

Luncheon Meeting Notes

Thursday, June 11, 2015

Attendance: Approximately 28

 

Board Reports

Chair Report – Karen Bolin (President) provided opening comments.

Outreach: The ABA is working on membership and renewals. Please feel free to attend our board meetings on the 1st Thursday of every month to share your ideas.

 

Treasurer report – Mike Holcomb $2,204.11 in the bank! Out $992.70. Cash in $600 for May 2015. Reminder that dues are due the month the invoice is dated. Pay by check, cash, or online with PayPal.

Community Partnerships- Sally Fabre Aloha, Good Neighbor Project and THPRD Concert in Arnold Park, National Night Out.

July Guest Speaker is Cease Fire Oregon:

Membership- Reaching out tomorrow for more members, new members and bringing in companies on the fringes of our communities.

Meeting Educational Program:

                                                                                                                              

Commissioner Dick Schouten: “Washington County Update for Aloha

www.co.washington.or.us

560,000+ people in WA County. We will be redistricting next year in the county, more information will be posting on the county website soon. Our budget is $780.2 million and operating budget is $496.9.

Transportation Projects: www.wc-roads.org SW Rock Rd sidewalk and road improvement, SW 209th Safety, sidewalks and off road asphalt path on the eastside to Blanton, SW Kinnaman safety improvement, bike and pedestrian path along with pavement overlay, SW 178th and TV will fill in all the gaps in access. Pavement overlay projects to occur on SW 170th, Miller Hill Rd and Kemmer.

198th complete redesign!

Transportation Futures Study www.WCTransportationfutures.org 17-18 month process for planning WA county roads.

SW Quadrant Community Park: 230,000 THPRD citizens served and the new parks should grow this number! It will be 20 acres, benefiting the community and Mt. View High School. The jewel of the Park will be the Champions Too Field! Local Green Share money is helping make this possible.

Public Safety Levy- This is a replacement levy for a levy that is ending. Special Forces, victims assistance, prosecution services, parole, probation, jail and work release, Emergency services for women, children who are domestic violence victims. Mental Health Response Team (MHRT).

Library Levy-This levy will expand the Aloha Library, maintain operations, continued support and increase youth and adult reading programs. Networking our library to the larger system!

Business Spotlight:

 

Leadercast: Sally shared info and a video clip about this amazing program about developing young leaders. Please find out more at:     http://www.leadercast.org/live

  1. Limit your field of view, you are going to see more. Break it down to manageable chunks to attack one at a time. 2) Make bold corrections! 3) Bravery doesn’t have to be a solo experience, it can be a team sport. 4) Choose your bag (your ruck or luggage) wisely. What are you going to carry-choose the amount of work you do wisely.

Achieve your Harmonic Gate. The movement for which God intend you to move to move into bravery and win the day.

 

 

 

 

Announcements:

National Night Out: Tuesday August 4th, 4-8pm

Rummage Sale: Reedville Church

Pedalpalooza: Community bike ride hitting local parks and businesses 6/12

Good Neighbor Project: Westside August 23rd Local Churches and residents doing community

ARCC: Next Meeting is July 29th,

Aloha Library is starting a book club! Stay tuned for more on this. Also keep the levy in mind for November.

Washington County Forum meets Mondays 12-1 at the Peppermill

 

Not a member? You can sign up and/or pay dues at our website: www.alohabusinessassociation.com

 

Next Meeting: July 9th at 11:15 AM at Peppermill Restaurant

Member Meeting May 14, 2015

Luncheon Meeting Notes

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Attendance: Approximately 25

 

Board Reports

Chair Report – Karen Bolin (President) provided opening comments.

Outreach: The ABA is working on membership and renewals. Please feel free to attend our board meetings on the 1st Thursday of every month to share your ideas. 1st TGIF Social Hour is tomorrow at the Reserve Vineyard and Golf Club. Hoping for Lupe’s Escape on June 26th.

Washington County Budget meeting encompassed traffic changes and road construction. _ Get link for road construction map and plan.

Treasurer report – Mike Holcomb $2,186.00 in the bank! Out $536.00. Cash in $700 for April 2015. Reminder that dues are due the month the invoice is dated. Pay by check, cash, or online with Paypal.

Community Partnerships- Sally Fabre Aloha, Good Neighbor Project and THPRD Picnic in the Park. Aloha High School Business Breakfast was a hit!

June Guest Speaker is Commissioner Dick Schoutan: Washington County update. This years county budget $940 million dollar budget. July will be Cease Fire Oregon. Looking forward to the Justice Center team coming in August.

Membership- Reaching out tomorrow for more members, new members and bringing in companies on the fringes of our communities.

Meeting Educational Program:

                                                                                                                              

Ken Yarnell: Aloha High School, “Aloha High School and Your Business

Ken has lived in Aloha for close to 35 years. The school lives by a “Supported by a culturally rich and academically rigorous community” They want to plant the seeds that blossom into citizens our community needs. We lose 40 out of 100 students a year, this is one of our biggest struggles. There are so many success stories at Aloha High School. The Auto Tech program, the perseverance of students such as Jose Zarco, 2 state champions in theater and our debate team. There are challenges with low income and economic. This is an amazing opportunity for us to reach our students and elevate them.

How do we succeed to make our students ready for you (for businesses). We have grown from 8 AP classes to 21. College isn’t for everyone, we are developing Career and Technical Education programs. Authentic learning courses are available too. Such as a student magazine, hands on environmental science program in Butternut Creek. Creating inspiring and relevant content is always a challenge. Part of this is including our Alumni into our current programs, so they can see where their education can take them. We are addressing mental health and health needs by adding wellness classes.

Business Spotlight:

 

Gary Carlson: Carlson Law Group

Our approach and mission is for all of our clients to become rich happy and successful. General     practice law firm. Business, personal injury, divorce, real estate, trusts, wills and estate planning. Our firm comes with a broad spectrum of knowledge. Gary has an astounding story. He has done a little bit of everything and brings these amazing life experiences into his daily life and his work. Interested in community commerce and balance local needs with governments.

 

Leadercast: Sally shared info and a video clip about this amazing program about developing young leaders. After watching this event this May. Please find out more at:     http://www.leadercast.org/live

Announcements:

BTA: 25th Anniversary Party at the Portland Art Museum May 28th.

Road Changes: Tuesday 19th Road Open House:

Pedalpalooza: Community bike ride hitting local parks and businesses 6/12

Westside Transportation Alliance: April 18th, $40 fee includes 1 drink and childcare available for children over 4.

Western Habitat For Humanity: Elana Ewing Embassy Suites Benefit

Good Neighbor Project: Gabe from Westside August 23rd Local Churches and residents doing community

ARCC: Next Meeting is July 29th,

Aloha Library is starting a book club! Stay tuned for more on this. Also keep the levy in mind for November.

Washington County Forum meets Mondays 12-1 at the Peppermill

 

Not a member? You can sign up and/or pay dues at our website: www.alohabusinessassociation.com

 

Next Meeting: June 11th at 11:15 AM at Peppermill Restaurant

“Money Saving Energy Efficiency for Businesses”

Meeting Minutes, April 9, 2015

Luncheon Meeting Notes

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Attendance: Approximately 28

 

 

Board Reports

Chair Report – Karen Bolin (President) provided opening comments.

Outreach: The ABA is working on a Restaurant Guide, Golden Rule (Faith location Guide), and reaching out to business that are not yet members. Our website has been updated by Troy from Cedar House Media! Please submit any changes and updates to Kody Harris at  sustenancenetwork@gmail.com

Please feel free to attend our board meetings on the 1st Thursday of every month to share your ideas.

TGIF Happy Hour: Looking for an evening event to network. Are you interested in attending? Will the third or fourth Friday work?

Treasurer report – Mike Holcomb $2,340.00 in the bank! Out $870.00. Cash in $300 for February 2015. Reminder that dues are due the month the invoice is dated. Pay by check, cash, or online with Paypal.

Community Partnerships- Sally Fabre Aloha High School Youth Business Breakfast is being held this year on April 10th, with the doors opening at 7:00 and the event formally starting at 7:20. contact Sally Fabre at sally@agapecommunityinsagency.com if you are interested in attending.

May Guest Speaker is Ken Yarnell: Aloha High School is joining us to discuss how our business are able to assist and benefit the Marketing department.

Home Runs for Homeless Youth, Kickball Team: We are looking for sponsors and players for our team, “TV Hwy Rocks!”. This event is June 7th and benefits Homeplate Youth Services.

 

Meeting Educational Program:

 

Stan Sittser: PGE, “Save Energy, Save Money”

Did you know there is money available to change your lights out to energy efficiency bulbs? There are many rebates and benefits available through the Energy Trust of Oregon. Lighting is one of the top energy users in Commercial use. Replacing the lighting reduces operating expenses, reduces maintenance costs, and it can improve your retail environment. LEDs are less expensive then you think! They last 25,000 to 50,000 hours and pays back with in 2 to 4 years. Occupancy sensors assist to turn off and on lights in less used rooms, such as restrooms, storage closets and more.

You can get the new lights in a multitude of shades/tones. Same concepts apply for parking lots and security lighting. Change your Exit signs to LED and payback is 1 to 2 years.

For heating and cooling programmable timers are most important, but water heaters and water heater settings help too! Many people don’t realize that having cleaning crews come at night means that the lights and heat are also on all night. Think about layering shifts to limit light and heating costs. Stan can assist your business with removal, replacement and rebates. If your business is in your home, there are opportunities through PGE and the Energy Trust of Oregon too.

Congrats to our drawing winner Reedville Presbyterian Church Jeff Sievert with an amazing energy efficient power strip!

 

Business Spotlight:

 

Shane Ramsay: Portland Metro Records

We can add play lists, commercials, music for advertising, TV spotlights. For example, if Cut Above Pawn creates a commercial and would like original music, you can use Portland Metro Records.

 

Lucas Miller: The Reserve Vineyard and Golf Club

36 Hole Golf facility, Member and non-member golfing available. Restaurant with dance and music available to the public. Three rooms for rent for meetings, wedding, retirement parties and so much more! We can work directly with you to be the community space for your business.

 

Leadercast: Sally shared info and a video clip about this amazing program about developing young leaders. We are interested in finding a local place in Aloha/Beaverton area to host the live streaming of this event in May. Please find out more at:     http://www.leadercast.org/live

 

Announcements:

Aloha Garden Club: April 25th 9am-2pm Plant Sale

Monte Carlo Night: April 18th, $40 fee includes 1 drink and childcare available for children over 4.

May 8th Habitat for Humanity Event: Elana Ewing Embassy Sweets

Good Neighbor Project: Gabe from Westside August Local Churches

Washington County Resource Fair: If you have community resources in Washington County May 2nd 10am-4pm at the Edward’s Center.

Aloha Library is starting a book club! Stay tuned for more on this. Also keep the levy in mind for November.

Washington County Forum meets Mondays 12-1 at the Peppermill

Meeting Minutes, March 12, 2015

Luncheon Meeting Notes

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Attendance: Approximately 35

 

 

Board Reports

Chair Report – Karen Bolin (President) provided opening comments.

Farmers Market: Intel lot at 198th, Thursday’s 3pm-8pm, music and logistics.

Outreach: The ABA is working on a Restaurant Guide, Golden Rule (Faith location Guide), and reaching out to business that are not yet members. Our website is about to be updated by Troy from Cedar House Media too!

Kickball Team: We are looking for sponsors, players, and team name ideas. This event is June 7th and benefits Homeplate Youth Services.

Establishments visited and discussed: Edward Jones Financial Advising, A Cut Above Pawn fabulous fun place to sell and buy, Electronics Unlimited and Elements Message!!!

 

Treasurer report – Mike Holcomb $3,004.21 in the bank! Cash in $1,500 for February 2015.

 

Community Partnerships- Sally Fabre Aloha High School Youth Business Breakfast is being held this year on April 10th, with the doors opening at 7:00 and the event formally starting at 7:20. contact Sally Fabre at sally@agapecommunityinsagency.com if you are interested in attending.

Meeting Educational Program:

 

TJ Helm: Time Management, “Put Your Time Where Your Money Is How do we cover our priorities with a limited amount of time as business owners?

    • First, determine your values to gain motivation. What are your guiding values? Throw out the “but’s” and the “can’ts”. If it is not a value that motivates you then ask for support for those items.
    • Goals and Tasks are next! Chunk down your goals into 1 hour tasks (and several 10 min optional tasks) and chip away. Make sure to add the “Have to tasks” with some “Want to tasks.”
    • Get rid of the task sticky notes and put them on to 1 document! On paper, a calendar, a Word or Excel document, look online and have fun with it so that it will serve you best. You only want to schedule 65-70% of your day to allow for incidentals (wiggle room) to relieve stress.
    • “You run the day, the day doesn’t run you!” It shouldn’t take you more than 10 min a day to make your schedule. If it is taking you longer then 10min, please contact TJ to take her class.
    • Remember, Miracles come in a can, not in a can’t.

Business Spotlight:

 

Stephanie and Jon McDowell: A Cut Above Pawn

Jon and Stephanie are raising the bar in their industry, providing higher quality items and customer service. All their items are tested, legal and with a hold time of 15 days. Loans on items are 60day’s with a 30day grace period. They are as gracious as possible before loan items expire. Strictly following State and Federal regulated finance rates. You can be reassured, every item is tracked and reported. They work hard to provide the best quality items for resale. Remember they are also on Ebay, Amazon and Craig’s List.

Biz, Build or Buzz:

Eric Squires: Hub spot, a tip for reaching your customers at the moment they are opening the email you sent them. That way you can capture their attention in the moment.

 

Leadercast: Sally shared info and a video clip about this amazing program about developing young leaders. We are interested in finding a local place in Aloha/Beaverton area to host the live streaming of this event in May. Please find out more at:      http://www.leadercast.org/live

 

Announcements:

Boy Scouts Fund Raiser contact Tyrell and Becky for Jerky, Pepperoni and Chocolate sales.
Drop and Shop. Rummage Sale at Cooper Mountain Presbyterian. Drop off items on Friday 17th from 5am-9pm drop off. Then come and shop Saturday 18th 9am-3pm. Proceeds are for their Youth Groups mission trip. They are located at 201st and Farmington

Elton Bennett Art Show: at the Edwards Center 3/21-3/22

3rd Annual Sun Run: Beaverton Rotary raise money for local youth programs in our community.

 

Aloha Reedville Community Council– Kody Harris ARCC –Aloha Reedville Study is complete and there is much work to do to “revitalize Aloha”. A Community Council has been created and will continue to meet and discuss how resources can best be used and other issues related to making Aloha and Reedville great! The next meeting of the Aloha Reedville Community Council will be Wednesday, March 18, 6pm in the community room at the fire training facility on Blanton, off of 209th. Residents and business owners are welcome to attend.

 

PCC Small Business Center- Jon-Michael – Events through PCC are available! Small Business Builders and Retail Small Business Management. If you are interested, please contact the Small Business Development Center at sbdc@pcc.edu or call at 971-722-5080.

 

Not a member? You can sign up and/or pay dues at our website: www.alohabusinessassociation.com

 

Next Meeting: April 9th at 11:15 AM at Peppermill Restaurant

“Money Saving Energy Efficiency for Businesses”

Meeting Minutes, February 12, 2015

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Attendance: Approximately 35

Board Reports

Chair Report – Karen Bolin (President) provided opening comments.

Establishments visited and discussed:

TJ Helm is the March speaker about time management. April is PGE about business energy efficiency. May will be the Aloha Library’s informational about the November Levy.

Remember your community venues. CPO6, ARCC, ABA and WA County Community Forum!

 

Community Partnerships- Sally Fabre

Sally showed us a video clip from the “Leadercast Program” with Andy Stanley about making change by being clear on the why and how of any project to keep people engaged and focused on the end result. If you have ideas or want to be more involved please feel free to contact Sally, sally@agapecommunityinsagency.com.

 

Treasurer report – Mike Holcomb

Budget for 2015 was voted on and approved at the Feb Board meeting. It will be posted on the website. Renewal notices sent by email. Payment can be made online with Paypal, or checks mailed to our PO Box provided on the invoice. The ABA website will be updated soon with the 2015 Budget, board and member meeting minutes.

 

Meeting Educational Program:

 

Tyee Carr: “ How to Increase Your Business Cash Flow with Tax Savings”.

His job is not to just do your taxes with you one day of the year, but to meet with clients throughout the year, ensuring they are making the most of their tax savings early in the year. Mr. Carr is a teacher at PSU and tax professional with McDonald Jacobs. Please see the attached link of his presentation, visit his website at www.tyeecarr.com, or contact him at tyee@mcdonaldjacobs.com, or McDonald Jacobs main number 503-227-0581.

Business Spotlight:

 

Kody Harris:

Kody provided an update for the future Aloha Community Farmers Market. Currently we are reaching

out to farmers, acquiring funding, and applying for grants and permits. We are considering using the

Intel property on 198th and TV Hwy as our initial location. Preliminary surveys suggest either Thursday

or Sunday for the Market.

Sally Fabre- Leadercast: Sally shared info and a video clip about this amazing program about

developing young leaders. We are interested in finding a local place in Aloha/Beaverton area to host the live    streaming of this event in May. Please find out more at:      http://www.leadercast.org/live

 

Announcements:

Aloha Community Library FundraiserFebruary 28th and it is not too late to register to attend and support their work! Please see their website for more information.

 

Aloha High School- Principal, Ken Yarnell – Common Core and Minimum Educational Standards discussion and informational meeting will be on Wednesday March 11th, at 7pm in the Commons at Aloha High School.


 

 

Kody Harris ARCC –Aloha Reedville Study is complete and there is much work to do to “revitalize Aloha”. A Community Council has been created and will continue to meet and discuss how resources can best be used and other issues related to making Aloha and Reedville great! The next meeting of the Aloha Reedville Community Council will be Wednesday, March 18, 6pm in the community room at the fire training facility on Blanton, off of 209th. Residents and business owners are welcome to attend.

Edwards Center- Meals on Wheels officially starts February 23rd, 10:30am to 1:30pm every Monday. Suggested donation is $5.00.

 

Not a member? You can sign up and/or pay dues at our website: www.alohabusinessassociation.com

 

Next Meeting: March 12th at 11:15 AM at Peppermill Restaurant

“Put Your Time Where Your Money is”

Meeting Minutes December 11, 2014

Thursday, December 11, 2014

Attendance: Approximately 30

 

Chair Report – Karen Bolin (President) provided opening comments. Introduced the new Executive Secretary, Kody Harris. Followed by introductions and testimonials.

Establishments visited and discussed: Elements Message, Impact Signs and Western Liberty Network.

Western Liberty Network who is hosting a January 24th training at the Portland Airport Shilo Inn. AVAILABLE TRAINING.  There will be TWENTY instructional breakout sessions organized along four tracks:  1) How to Get Elected or Appointed to Local Office and Serve Effectively, 2) How to Lobby State Legislators and Other Office Holders, 3) How to Circulate Petitions and be An Effective Campaign Volunteer, and 4) How to Manage Local Campaigns and Build Your Grassroots Organization.  Attendees can mix and match courses between tracks as they wish.  Private training in public speaking will also be available.

Sally Fabre reported on the tree lighting from Saturday November 29th and how wonderful it went. Community road clean up partnership events will be coming up in the spring.

 

Committee Business- John Tyner (Board Member) moved that the Board Elections be postponed until January 2015. Vote called and supported to suspend until January 8th, 2015 meeting.

  • The ABA website will be updated soon. We need photos! Kody Harris will email requests for information, updates and photo requests in the near future.
  • THPRD has been invited to speak at our January 8, 2015 meeting regarding the new park in Aloha.

 

Spotlight Businesses:

 

Eric Squires- Aloha Historical Society

History is a linking connection between all of our businesses. Historical Society formation was brought on by the interest the Aloha Reedville study provided. Eric discussed the Library as a connection for historical data, documents and items. History is an important resource for our community knowledge. There is a commodity of stories, especially from the Veterans in our community. Please contact us to record your stories or connect us with people who have Aloha Reedville memories. Share your stories at share@alohahistory.com.

 

Kirsten Carpentier- Home Plate Youth Services (HPYS)Ll

Kirsten shared there are over 1200 homeless students/youth in our community and a growing need for more services. HPYS is the only drop in service in Washington County for youth. This is an invisible problem that we may not see every day, but it exists. Some factors that cause youth homelessness are, the unstable economy, unstable or unsafe home life and many additional situations. They have a large volunteer base, but can always use more assistance. One of their new offerings is a Youth Employment where youth are learning job skills through the Beaverton Farmers Market for a 3 month training program. To learn how your business can mentor or hire youth from Home Plate Youth Services? – Contact Amanda Kellett (971-400-0551) amanda@homeplateyouth.org.

They currently have a Holiday Shop for new item donations. They are also featured in the Willamette Week Give Guide. Year round they need additional support and items. Currently they are looking for a new space and adding an additional night for food service. Core volunteer’s and other volunteer opportunities are available.

Everyone did a wonderful presentation…now that we know more about these businesses, let’s make sure we promote and support them.

 

Announcements:

  • Aloha Community Library FundraiserCan your business be at the February 28th brunch?
  • Aloha High School- Chris Sinner– Dare to Care going on now! Breakfast fundraiser see the Aloha High School Facebook. Lion Witch and Wardrobe tickets for a challenge! Can you be a part of a video about attendance in the work place? This is a learning opportunity to help encourage prompt attendance. Choir goes to the Grotto on Monday, December 18th!
  • Contact Eric Squires about writing support letters for grants to help his youth organization.
  • Anthony Mills-Aloha Reedville Study and the creation of the Aloha Reedville Community Council. Next meeting March 18, 2015.

 

Not a member? You can sign up and/or pay dues at our website: www.alohabusinessassociation.com

 

Next Meeting: January 8, 2015 at 11:30 am – 1pm at Peppermill Restaurant