Business Association Notes December 2021

Hawthorne Boulevard Business Association

By Nancy Chapin

Hawthorne District businesses are dressed up, lit up and looking forward to serving our neighbors and friends again during this Holiday season. Our best wishes to you all.

The tree-lighting event Sunday, November 28 was at a new location this year on SE 34th Ave. with music, ornament-making, treats and a beautiful tree. Sponsors were La Rose Patisserie, 3 Doors Down, Adorn, New Seasons and HBBA.

Really Good Stuff, now a former Hawthorne business which was destroyed by a fire on October 5, has literally risen from the ashes. Their new location at 3729 SE Division is now open.

We are looking forward to celebrating Mother’s Day in May and Father’s Day in June, so if you’d like to help with the planning or have an idea you’d like to make happen, contact administrator@hawthorneblvd.com.  

82nd Avenue Business Association 

By Nancy Chapin

Board members and many volunteers held seven 82nd Avenue cleanups this year between April and November. Thank you to Baxter’s Auto Parts, Great Floors, Les Schwab Tire Center and Washman USA for hosting us. We’ll be back next year and, in the meantime, encourage people to join AdoptOneBlock.org to receive a cleanup kit for a block near you.

We received great photos of delicious-looking food from those who tried out new eating establishments or went to their favorite places again during the 2021 Around the World in 82 Dishes. It was fun drawing for our Gift Card winners. We have over 200 eating, drinking and food buying establishments on or near 82nd Avenue and will be inviting them to have special offerings for next year’s October/November event.

We appreciate all of our businesses that “dress up” for the holidays and send best wishes to each of our business, residents and visitors.

Business Association Notes December 2021

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