Eagle Business Association
About Eagle Business Association
The Eagle Business Association is proudly involved in the events and activities listed below:
Gathers information, prints and distributes the Eagle Business Association Telephone Directory Booklet to every Eagle resident and business. Annual community events and local clubs are listed.
Provides and updates the Eagle Business Association website (www.eaglebusinessassociation.com) linking members to the businesses’ websites and listing businesses’ and community upcoming events.
Purchases, with the help of member donations, maintains and displays U.S. flags on our Main Street and throughout the Village of Eagle.
Participates in The Drop Everything and Read Program at Eagle Elementary in conjunction with the Alice Baker Memorial Library each November during National Education Week.
Beautified the Gazebo area in the central of the village by installing stamped sidewalks, repairing trash cans, building planters, cutting down trees, planting and watering flowers every summer.
Rebuilt, designed, raised funds and installed five Eagle welcome signs that were badly in need of repair.
Donates to Palmyra/Eagle High School Graduation Project, Horses for Healing and offers two $500 scholarships to deserving Palmyra/Eagle High School graduates going on to further education.
Distributes welcome bags to new area residents with a big smiley face bag and members’ promotional items or coupons inside to promote EBA businesses. Hosted by: Suhm's Barnyard Farm.
Hosts the Eagle Business Association Community Rummage Sale since 1994. This community rummage is a village and town sale with map and addresses, advertises and provides a specially made rummage sale sign for each participant. Click here for application
The Eagle Business Association and business members host the annual Community Pumpkin Party held the last Saturday of October each year. This event helps make our town and village more fun and appealing for our children and also collects canned goods for the Eagle Community Food Pantry.
Hosts the Winter Hay Ride for a Canned Good in early December, in association with the Fire and Police Department.
Charters the Eagle Boy Scout Troop 54.
In addition to the events listed, members also enjoy an annual dinner. A wonderful time to celebrate with members of our association! Member participation helps this organization grow. NEW this year: Educational clinics and Meet and Greet short meetings.
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Community Projects & Events
2021-2023 Board Members
President: Janis Suhm
Vice-President: Jerry Heckel
Secretary: Jenny Benjamin
Treasurer: Tamara Towns-Pozorski