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Whether you are a member of the BH-BL BPA yet or not, we want you to be involved in our community! General meetings of the BH-BL BPA are held on the first Wednesday of every month. Please see the "Event Calendar" for a full list of upcoming dates.

July General Meeting

Date – Aug 6th, 2014
RSVP – to James Ireland by Monday, Aug 4th, 2014
Time –12:00 - 1:00 pm
Cost - $8.00 Lunch will be catered by BPA Member Creekside Café
Location – Glenville YMCA, 127 Droms Road, Glenville, NY

Topic: This meeting will be composed of learning about Health & Wellness, Youth Development, and Social Responsibility. A tour of the YMCA facilities will be provided and a mini wellness component will be included. Our summer campers will sing some songs and attendees will be able to participate in some camp games.

Join us for Lunch at the Y!

2014 13th Annual Flag Day Parade

BH-BL BPA Sponsors Town Clean Up

Town Cleanup

Town Cleanup

Town Cleanup - Bill Goslin

BH-BL BPA Reaches New Limits - The South Pole!

Photo curtosey of Kurt Bedore- click on photo to see enlarged.

Jimmy's 11x17 Food Drive Poster 2013

BH-BL BPA Reaches New Limits - The North Pole!

Photos curtosey of Kurt Bedore- click on photo to see enlarged.

The North Pole

The North Pole

 

Members: Bring a guest! We are the best deal in the area. Annual Dues are only $85!

VIDEO - 2012 Flag Day Parade in Burnt Hills, NY

This yearly parade, the 11 annual this year, is sponsored by the BH-BL Business and Professional Association and is a wonderful community event. Now you can watch the 1.25 hour parade in under 2 minutes!

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Why More are Buying Into 'Buy Local'

Business Week, March 1, 2010
Excerpt: "Advocates say that locally owned stores spend proportionately more on payroll than chains and that buying local will save jobs. Plus, for every $100 spent at a locally owned store, $45 remains in the local economy, compared with about $13 per $100 spent at a big box, according to research by the nonprofit Institute for Local Self-Reliance and Austin (Tex.) consulting firm Civic Economics. That's because independents tend to do their purchasing locally, while chains usually centralize it from a head office."
READ THE WHOLE ARTICLE.


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About the Organization

The Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Business & Professional Association was founded in 1987 to encourage, support, and promote business in the Towns of Ballston and Glenville, as well as in the Burnt Hills School District, and to enhance the quality of life in this area.

Our monthly general meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month. We hope that you will consider attending to learn how we can help each other while working to create a positive community spirit. Or if you are interested in joining the organization, let us know!

Photo courtesy of Fred David Photography.

2008 Burnt Hills Flag Day Parade.

Our first meetings were held in restaurants, and that tradition continues today. Terry Morris served as the first president to get the organization off the ground, and then Pat DiCesare was voted to leadership near the end of that first year. To see the succession of presidents to date, click here

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In 1994 the association became incorporated, thanks to the support of Bob VanVranken, attorney and charter member. Now we are known officially as the BH-BL BPA Inc.


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Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake Business & Professional Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 1043 :: Ballston Lake, NY 12019
info@bhblbpa.com


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