Archive for July, 2015
We’re really looking forward to an exciting 2015 BCA Star Spangled Spectacular Golf Outing. Thanks to RJG and Downingtown Country Club BCA Members and Guests will play a PA course for the first time! A huge thank you to our Golf Sponsors who help make the event even more magical.
We hope you’re ready for some friendly competition. We’re happy to announce the Proud to be an AMERICAN “Executive Centers” Contest will take place at the BCA Star Spangled Spectacular Golf outing. Show your AMERICAN Pride the best way you know how because the judges will be watching, and you defiantly don’t want to be left out of this competition! We’re so excited to see what each foursome prepares!
We were so excited to meet Special Guest Speaker, Dr. Natalie Stavas last Thursday. Her energy and positive outlook on life is extremely inspiring. It was the perfect evening at the Joseph Anthony Retreat Salon and Dry Bar, located at the Springfield Country Club. A big thanks to Joe Gaglioti for offering tours to the BCA members and guests. We can’t wait to come back and visit soon!
Thank you for sharing such an impactful morning with us. Natalie energized our morning by sharing her story of running toward the chaos and pure selflessness (which is at the core BCA). Remember we are all super power organisms, so never underestimate how important you are in the community.
Congratulations to our good friends American Executive Centers, for winning VIP Member.
Thanks to Girls on the Run for sharing their incredible mission of inspiring and motivating our youth through the power of running. We welcome you to visit their website to learn more.
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We Hope You’re Ready for the July Hospitality Events with Guest Speaker Natalie Stavas #BCAProud @NatalieStavas
We’re looking forward to meeting National Hero, and Bostonian of the year Natalie Stavas. With a distinctive “Running Towards Chaos” philosophy, Dr. Stavas uses medical expertise and personal experiences—from her upbringing on a Nebraska farm to the Boston terrorist attacks—to provide fascinating and constructive insight on the importance of altruism and strategies for conquering fear, finding meaning in a hectic world and ultimately running towards chaos.
Join us at Joseph Anthony; Springfield for a BCA Speaker Reception Exclusive Offer #BCAProud @JARetreatSpa
We are excited to be hosting our Speaker Reception at the brand new Joseph Anthony Retreat Spa & Dry Bar at Springfield Country Club. Joseph Anthony Retreat Spa & Dry Bar will be offering exclusive services for BCA Members on the day of the Speaker Reception, Thursday, July 23rd. Starting from 9am – 5pm BCA Members will receive 20% off all Services. So grab your BCA friends, head to the Speaker Reception early and get pampered at Joseph Anthony! See below for more details.
BCA is very proud to announce our July Charity Spotlight, Girls on the Run of Montgomery and Delaware Counties. GOTR is a youth organization that promotes self confidence and team building for girls in 3rd through 8th grade. GOTR envisions a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams.
Girls on the Run® was established in 1996 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Girls on the Run® curricula, the heart of the program, provides pre-adolescent girls with the necessary tools to embrace their individual strengths and successfully navigate life experiences. The earliest version of the 24 lesson curriculum was piloted in 1996 with the help of thirteen brave girls. The following season, twenty-six girls participated, then in 1998 the roster had seventy-five girls. In 2000, Girls on the Run International, a 501c3 organization was born.
Mary Pat Kessler will be inviting the BCA Team to participate in something that is very dear to her, the Gift of Life Family House. Volunteers are able to visit the Gift of Life Family House on a regular basis to provide comfort and support by participating in Group Cooking Sessions. Family members who are anxiously awaiting good news about loved ones are able to relax and engage in their own shared activities by cooking with volunteers from the community. It’s just a small way to lift everyones spirits.
What is a Shared Activity? Reference our recent Blog post by Clicking Here.
A big thank you to Steve Wildemann from Advanced Staging Productions who hosted yesterday’s Roundtable with a fun Topic – Career Day, and Happy Hour format. The ASP Roundtable was the perfect venue to strengthen BCA Relationships and share stories about personal hopes and dreams. Many members recapped their career paths and how they became who they are today. Thanks to all the members who contributed to the discussion, we applaud your candid input. Remember, Always be Authentic!
Pictured Here Left to Right: Mary Pat Kessler, Casey McCrudden – BCA, Steve Wildemann – ASP, Dave Czarnecki – CzarStar, Vince Stango – NCC, David Horowitz – Young Adjustment, Sam Stroback – Today’s Systems, Lisa Formica – FMI, Lou Rodriguez – Rodriguez Consulting, Cheryl Bode – Farmstead Gourmet, Mark Lawson – Premier Pharmacy, Gene Grimaldi – OMNIA Architects.
We know how much our members love to get outside and build relationships over the nice summer months. A Huge Thanks goes to RJG; Blue Heron, Riverwinds, Valleybrook, Running Deer, and the new Downingtown Country Club, for offering Mystery Golf again during summer 2015. Don’t worry if your not an avid golfer, or just a beginner. Get out of your comfort zone and build relationships!!
Please contact Mary Pat for more information firstname.lastname@example.org
See the Shared Activity Principal to read how shared activities will strengthen new and old relationships.