Archive for October, 2014
Check out the infamous BCA Halloween Costumes from our previous Halloween Parties. We will miss everyone this year but please send us photos of your Costumes, we would love to see!
Mark your calendar. You won’t want to miss next year’s BCA Halloween Party.
BCA Halloween Party – Friday October 30th, 2015
Looking forward to BITE three weeks away!
Below you will find the (5) categories for the BCA Member Choice Awards. Please take time to consider your options and elaborate as to why you chose that specific member. Email all your answers funny, off-the-wall, or sentimental, to email@example.com to be evaluated. The winners will be announced at “Breakfast In The Evening” on November 19th.
Member Choice Awards
1. Most BCA Proud
Think: Who bleeds BCA? Who is most likely to get BCA Proud tattooed on their arm?
2. Most likely want to grab a beer with?
Think: Who would you want to kick back with, spend your spare time, enjoy dinner with or have a beer with?
3. Who is your Owl?
Think: The Owl represents great wisdom, symbolizing a “wise one” who possesses a shrewdness for life. Which BCA family member are you most likely to turn to for advice, guidance or life experience, be it business, personal or social?
4. Stuck on a desserted island with?
Think: If you were stuck on a deserted island… Which BCA Member would you chose to be stuck with and why? Maybe you want someone resourceful to help you survive? Or maybe the funniest to help keep you sane?
5. Most likely to have their own Reality Show?
Think: Who do you think has the most entertaining lifestyle in and out of the workplace. Who could have an audience laughing, crying, or jaw dropping?
Thanks again to Haefele Flanagan for hosting another wonderful speaker reception in South Jersey. The Aloft Hotel was a great location to gather everyone together to welcome Derreck Kayongo into Philadelphia. As well as, build stronger relationships within our BCA family and host some great guests. Read the rest of this entry »
How many Friday’s do you start with an African song and dance? For many today was probably a first, and I’m so glad you started it with us! I hope you had some fun this morning and enjoyed Derreck Kayongo’s truly inspiring story. Read the rest of this entry »