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ABA Monthly Luncheon

The ABA invites you to join us for our monthly luncheon meeting at the Peppermill Restaurant. This educational gathering is the second Thursday of every month. All community members are welcome to join us as we work together for the betterment of Aloha Businesses and our community!

Our Featured Speaker will be: Carolyn McCormick, CEO of the Washington County Visitors Association, discussing “Staying Connected as a Welcoming Community”
Our Spotlight Speaker will be:  Malia Paulsen, Independent Consultant with Enchanted Traveler.
ABA Luncheons are the 2nd Thursday of every month at the Peppermill Restaurant.
The program starts at 11:30 and ends at 1:00pm. Everyone is welcome to attend, invite a friend!

ABA Monthly Luncheon

The ABA invites you to join us for our monthly luncheon meeting at the Peppermill Restaurant. This educational gathering is the second Thursday of every month. All community members are welcome to join us as we work together for the betterment of Aloha Businesses and our community!

Our Speaker will be Gladys Boutwell with PBP Insurance.  As Health Insurance options evolve, we need to ask questions so we can compare and purchase the right kind of health insurance.  Gladys is an expert and will share some ideas on what questions to ask and what to be aware of as you shop.

Our Spotlight Business Speaker will be :    Regina Ford from United Homecare Services

Aloha Named to Top 10 List

Aloha has been named one of the Top 10 cities on the rise.

Here is the list of the top 10:

  1. Oak Grove
  2. Hermiston
  3. Redmond
  4. Lebanon
  5. Corvallis
  6. Sherwood
  7. Pendleton
  8. Damascus
  9. Portland
  10. Aloha

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Check out this Oregon Live article: http://www.oregonlive.com/aloha/index.ssf/2014/09/aloha_ranked_no_10_city_on_the.html#incart_river

Check out this nerwallet.com article: http://www.nerdwallet.com/blog/cities/economics/cities-on-the-rise-oregon/

 

 

Adopt A Road

Aloha may be looking a little brighter these day due to the efforts of members of the Aloha Business Association with support from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.  On Saturday, April 11, a crew of nearly a dozen people participated in the Adopt-A-Road Clean-Up.  In about two hours their efforts resulted in a much cleaner area on 197th & 198th from Baseline to Johnson.  This coming fall, you too will have an opportunity to help keep Aloha beautiful.

 

Aloha Library

Aloha Library is now open 29 hours a week.  Come check us out!