RHBPA evening meeting

ROYALTON-HARTLAND BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION EVENING MEETING Please bring a guest who may be interested in joining our group!         Wednesday, November 1st Cocktails & Hors d’oeuvres 6:00 PM Brief Business Meeting – 6:30 PM Presentation Masonic Hall State Street Middleport PLEASE RSVP TO GREG BY 10/25/17 Phone – 716 622-6955 Email – aslanplumbinginc@gmail.com

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Frankentoys at the library!

Get in touch with your inner Dr. Frankenstein by breaking apart your old toys and creating new ones from the parts! Trade with your friends to make even more wild new creations! Kids can have a great time making their own toys with parts of other toys at the library’s Frankentoys event on Wednesday, October 25 at 4 PM at the library. If you have any old toys that you would like to donate, please drop them off at the library so we can have even more fun at Frankentoy!

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RHBPA Meeting Notes – September 13, 2017

Attendees: Greg Zakrzewski, Julie Maedl, Ann Fisher-Bale, Ann Busch, Janet Lyndaker, Vonda Westcott, Mike Carrier The meeting was called to order at 8:10 AM by President Greg Zakrzewski. He introduced our new member Mike Carrier from the Niagara Orleans Country Club. Treasurers Report: Current balance – $2,808.32. Payments since last meeting include newspaper ad for Music In The Park, paper supplies for tickets and flyers. Old Business: Music In The Park Ann Busch reported that the wineries did well at the event, as well as Baker Farms. Julie reported that the Bicentennial had a basket raffle at their event at the ravine and made $700. She suggested we do this type of raffle with more basket offerings instead of the three prizes we have done More Info »

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Recovery and Relief Effort for Puerto Rico

You may know, Hurricane Maria has caused great destruction on the island of Puerto Rico. Following his visit to Puerto Rico to deliver emergency supplies and see firsthand the widespread damage and devastation from Hurricane Maria, Governor Andrew Cuomo launched the Empire State Relief and Recovery Effort for Puerto Rico. The effort brings together a wide range of civic, business and industry partners to provide needed services, goods and funds to help the people of Puerto Rico recover and rebuild, and provides opportunities for New Yorkers to contribute to the relief efforts. We are asking for all New Yorkers to pitch in on this important effort to prevent a humanitarian crisis as a result of this storm. Across the state, New Yorkers are encouraged to More Info »

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Little Storytime update

Good News and Bad News, everyone! Bad news: Little Storytime is going on hiatus for the remainder of the month of September. The Good News? It’ll be back for double the fun in October! Starting on October 3rd, Little Storytime will be moved to Tuesdays at both 11am AND 7pm! See you there!

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RHBPA Meeting Notes – August 9, 2017

Attendees: Greg Zakrzewski, Julie Maedl, Ann Fisher-Bale, Ann Busch, Vonda Westcott The meeting was called to order at 8:20 AM by President Greg Zakrzewski. Treasurers Report: Current balance – $3,368.53 Old Business: Music In The Park  Receivables Tickets: $860 (includes presale and tickets purchased at the door, ($180) Goat Chip: $80 Hot Dogs: $66  Expenses Overnight Stay: $125 Tent: $375 Glasses: $399.55 Newspaper Ad: $112 Port-O-Potty: $175 Yard Signs: $162 Tickets & Flyers: $65-70 (receipt to be provided) Final figures will be available at the September meeting. Discussion on ways to improve MITP 1. Better promotion and advertising 2. More participation from members on selling tickets 3. More breweries (we should have two) 4. Ask for donations for the music 5. Make programs More Info »

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December 2015 Meeting Notes

Wednesday, December 9, 2015 Attendees: Julie Maedl, Ann Fisher-Bale, Janet Lyndaker, Vonda Westcott The meeting was called to order at 8:17 AM by Julie Maedl Treasurer’s Report $4,428. Julie contacted Mahar’s regarding the bill for the port-a-potty we rented for the Wine Event. Mrs. Mahar passed away and she did all the billing so they are trying to go through the paperwork. They will send us a bill. Old Business Tree Lighting: Approximately 90 people attended the tree lighting outside in Village Commons and about 75-80 went in the Methodist Church for hot cocoa and cookies afterward. The Middleport Community Choir led everyone in Christmas carols. A good time was had by all! Annual Dinner Meeting: This is to be held on Wednesday, January 20th More Info »

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November 2015 Meeting Notes

Wednesday, November 11, 2015 Attendees:  Greg Zakrzewski, Julie Maedl, Ann Fisher-Bale, Janet Lyndaker, Ann Busch, Sarah Reed, Keith Bond, Vonda Westcott The meeting was called to order at 8:10 AM by Greg Zakrzewski. Treasurer’s Report $4,594.58 (minus $135 check to be written to Mahar) Old Business: Goat Chip Bingo – July 4th. A profit of approximately $285 was realized.  Discussed benefits of combing with Music In The Park event next year. Music In The Park – July 19th. We made$718.61. Last year our profit was only $95. Julie reported we did not receive a bill for the port-a-potty so she will call Mahar to check with them. New Business: Tree Decoration – trees will be up by November 30th and must be decorated by December 4th in More Info »

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July RHBPA Meeting Notes

Wednesday, July 8, 2015 Attendees: Greg Zakrzewski, Julie Maedl, Ann Fisher-Bale, David Huntington, Janet Lyndaker, Ann Busch, Anne Holahan, Vonda Westcott The meeting was called to order at 8:14 AM by Greg Zakrzewski. No Treasurer’s Report available Old Business: Goat Chip Bingo – July 4th A profit of approximately $200 was realized. Discussion on whether to include this in the Music In The Park event next year. It was decided to make it a part of Music In The Park. Music In The Park – July 19th We have 5 wineries, plus Barker Brewery, Della’s Chocolates and Yancy’s Fancy Cheese. Barker Brewery said they cannot sell growlers so will just do tasting. We purchased 12 dozen new glasses. Julie will be cooking hot dogs and More Info »

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