Mission - the purpose of this association is to foster and encourage growth, the progress, and betterment of our community.
Memberships are extended to any business person or individual who resides in, whose business or work is located in or near the Lower Southampton Area and is interested or concerned about our mission.
Executive Meetings - are held the first Wednesday of each month prior to the networking and dinner meeting at 4:30 PM held at Brookside Manor.
Meetings – are held the first Wednesday of each month except July and August. Cocktails and Networking at 5:30PM and Dinner at 6:30PM. Meetings are held at Brookside Manor,
Somerton Springs, 50 Bustleton Pike in Feasterville, PA 19053.
In the News...
Parading With The FBA
The Feasterville Business Association’s 2017 college scholarship winners pose with FBA officials prior to walking with the association’s Belgium horse drawn wagon in the annual Lower Southampton Township July 4th parade. Sharing the moment (from left) are FBA member Ed Shannon, Lower Southampton Township supervisor and co-chairperson of the parade, Rose McMenamin, a board member of the association and a member of the FBA July 4th parade committee, scholarship winners Neel Patel, Maria Calderon, and Valerie Kelmansky and Dennis Markowitz, treasurer of the FBA. The three students, all Neshaminy High Seniors were selected based on academic performance, extracurricular activities and community service. Each was awarded a $1,200 college scholarship from the professional business association. The FBA was the lead sponsor for this year’s July 4th parade and celebration.
Past President's Award
PAST PRESIDENT’S AWARD: William F. Wiegman, Jr. (second from right) receives the past president’s award and director’s chair for his service to the Feasterville Business Association from FBA president Karen Madotto (right) during the annual Frolic held at Brookside Manor at Somerton Springs in Feasterville, PA. Sharing the photo (from left) are Rose McMenamin, chairperson of the event and Ed Shannon, a Lower Southampton Township supervisor and chairperson of the Person of the Year committee. Some 125 invited guests and government officials were in attendance for the annual event which also included the FBA’s presentation of the Person of the Year award. Now in its 68th anniversary year, the mission of the Feasterville Business Association is to foster and encourage growth and progress for the betterment of the community.
JOSEPH DIGIROLAMO, MAYOR OF BENSALEM TOWNSHIP WILL BE THE FEATURED SPEAKER FOR THE FEASTERVILLE BUSINESS ASSOCIATION’S NETWORKING AND GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING ON MAY 3
Joseph DiGirolamo, mayor of Bensalem (PA) Township will be the featured speaker for the Feasterville Business Association’s networking and general membership meeting to be held at Brookside Manor at Somerton Springs, 50 Bustleton Pike, Feasterville, PA on Wednesday, May 3, beginning at 5:30 p.m. All area business owners and executives are invited to attend.
The mayor will discuss the state of his township and the 2017 outlook as it relates to area businesses. Karen Madotto., president of the FBA, states, “Here’s an outstanding opportunity to enjoy a great presentation which will offer several insights about expanding your business in the area, while simultaneously having an opportunity to interact with other top business owners and decision makers.”
Cost for the meeting and a hot buffet dinner is $30 per person. For reservations and information, contact the FBA at 215-436-9768 or email FeastervilleBA@gmail.com.
The Feasterville Rotary is having it's annual Pancake Breakfast on April 9th at Twining Hall. There are opportunities for Business card sized ad placement on the place-mats to be used for the event. Normally this event draws 175 to 200 people. Ads can be placed for $25.00 per ad
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AREA YOUNGSTERS INVITED TO JOIN THE EASTER BUNNY FOR THE FEASTERVILLE BUSINESS ASSOCIATION’S ANNUAL EASTER EGG HUNT ON SATURDAY, APRIL 8
Area youngsters are invited to join the Easter Bunny for the annual Feasterville Business Association’s Easter Egg Hunt to be held at Russell Elliot Memorial Park, located at 150 Buck Road, Feasterville, PA on Saturday, April 8, beginning at 10 a.m. sharp.
According to Linda Pupkiewicz, FBA event chairperson, “All area children are invited to join the fun and festivities of the association’s holiday egg hunt compliments of the FBA.” Prizes will be awarded to the leading egg gatherers.
“Through the years this has been a wonderful event for both young and old to come out to and enjoy,” she states. Parents are encouraged to bring a camera for pictures of their children with the Easter Bunny. The Friends of the Lower Southampton Library are co-sponsoring the event.
For additional information, contact Linda Pupkiewicz at 215-355-1183. Now in its 68th anniversary year, the mission of the Feasterville Business Association is to foster and encourage growth and progress for the betterment of the community.
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AMERICAN HERITAGE GRAND OPENING
The Board of Directors of American Heritage are pleased to invite you to celebrate our expansion into Feasterville.
Official Dedication & Ribbon Cutting
Thursday, January 19, 2017
6:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M.
40 E. Street Road, Feasterville, PA 19053
Cocktails and Grand Hors d’oeuvres
Please reply by January 13, 2017 to Sara McGilloway
215-969-2938 or email email@example.com
FBA ANNONCES NEW OFFICERS FOR 2017
Karen Madotto, branch manager of Penn Community Bank in Bensalem, PA has been elected president of the Feasterville Business Association, it was announced today. She moves up from her position as financial secretary replacing William Wiegman, Jr., retired chief of police of Lower Southampton Township. Wiegman will take a position as a director on the FBA executive board.
Also elected were Rick Tyrrrell, owner of Cheese Dawgs Restaurant in Feasterville, PA, vice president, Dennis Markowitz, retired founder and COO of the Financial Group Plus family of companies, Southampton, PA, treasurer, Linda Pupkiewicz, assistant director of the Lower Southampton Township Library, recording secretary, Tracy Freels, a representative for SRS Marketing Company, Inc., of Southampton, PA, financial secretary, Diane Fetscher, a financial advisor at Edward Jones Investments in center-city Philadelphia, corresponding secretary and Michael R. Lesher, senior project manager for Regal Properties, Inc., Langhorne, PA, sergeant-at-arms.
Also elected to the position of director were Stewart Gritz, president of Junk King of Bucks County, Feasterville, PA, Jim Kelly, president of Jim Kelly Public Adjusters, Bensalem, PA and Pradeep Kohli, assistant vice president and branch manager of Univest Bank, Bensalem, PA. Retained as directors for a second year were, Stu Coren, president of Rosen Coren marketing and public relations agency, Langhorne, PA, Susan Harrison, co-owner of the Greater Philadelphia Abstract Company, Trevose, PA and Linda Lowney, co-owner of Town and Country Kennel, Inc., Langhorne, PA.
Now in its 68th anniversary year, the Feasterville Business Association encourages growth and progress for the betterment of the community. For additional information or to join, contact the FBA at 215-436-9768 or email FeastervilleBA@gmail.com. You can also visit the FBA on the web at www.feasterville.biz.
BLUE LIGHT HOLIDAY TREE LIGHTING
Members of the Feasterville Business Association take time out to pose with government officials and clergy following their 16th annual blue light holiday tree lighting paying tribute to fallen police officers. Picture from left are, Deacon Eric Umlie, of the Assumption BVM Catholic Church in Feasterville, PA., Michael J. Hughes, FBA event chairperson, Lower Southampton Township Supervisor Joseph McFadden, William Wiegman, Jr., president of the FBA and former Lower Southampton Township chief of police, and Rev. Herb Phillips, retired from the Trevose Methodist Church. Project Blue Light was started in 1989 by Dolly Craig to honor the memory of her late son-in-law, Daniel Gleason, killed in the line of duty in 1986. Several years ago Craig sent her holiday blue light message to Concerns of Police Survivors (COPS) saying she was placing two blue lights in her window during the holiday season, one in memory of Gleason and one remembering his wife, Pam, who was killed in an automobile accident in 1988. Craig is now deceased but her idea is her legacy. Project Blue Light has grown into a national program and burns bright in the hearts of 10,000 surviving families of officers killed in the line of duty as they rebuild their lives. Now in its 67th anniversary year, the mission of the Feasterville Business Association is to foster and encourage growth and progress for the betterment of the community.
FBA HONORS MILITARY HERO
MILITARY HERO HONORED: United States Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class (E5) Theodore Albert Wallete, (second from right) an electronic systems specialist assigned to the USS New Orleans, in San Diego, CA, displays a military unit flag presented by the Feasterville Business Association honoring him for his heroism and service to his country during a Lower Southampton Township Board of Supervisors meeting in Feasterville, PA. Pictured with Wallete (from left) are Karen Madotto, FBA president, Wallette’s parents Sherry Malia and Paul Wallete, of Lower Southampton, PA, and Michael J. Hughes, FBA event chairperson. Following the presentation the flag with his name attached was placed on the FBA’s Military Wall of Honor in the township building and will be replaced with an American Flag with his name following his return from active duty. The ceremony is part of the FBA’s ongoing program to call the public’s attention to the heroism displayed by area members of the military serving around the world. Now celebrating its 68th anniversary year, the mission of the Feasterville Business Association is to foster and encourage growth and progress for the betterment of the community.
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gRow your business with the FBA
1st Wednesday of Every Month Beginning at 5:30PM
Dinner at 6:30PM