We will be closed
Monday, September 4,
in observance of the
Labor Day holiday.
CHAMBER NEWS AND EVENTS
Bethlehem Chabad Building Dedic
ation & Ribbon Cutting
393 Delaware Avenue, Delmar
Sunday, September 10
|Celebrate the Building Dedication and Ribbon Cutting at the Bethlehem Chabad with us! Enjoy live music, Master Illusionist Chris Wheel, hors d'oeuvres and dessert.
Vella, Carbone & Associates
318 Delaware Avenue, Main Square
Suite 23 - 2nd floor
Thursday, September 14
4-7pm / 5:15pm Ribbon Cutting
|Join us as we cut the ribbon and celebrate the new office of Vella, Carbone & Associates! Light refreshments will be provided; we will cut the ribbon at 5:15pm.
32nd Annual Golf Outing
Normanside Country Club
150 Salisbury Road, Delmar
Monday, September 18
12pm Lunch ●
1pm Shotgun Start
● 5:30 pm Dinner & Awards
Join us for our 32nd Annual Golf Outing - an afternoon of golf and an evening of networking. The day includes lunch in the banquet room, 18 holes of golf, cart, use of practice facilities and locker rooms, on-course refreshments, bag drop service and dinner. There will be fun contests and a raffle to benefit two local non-profit organizations.
Take advantage of this once-a-year opportunity to gain visibility for your business by
sponsoring the event. S
ponsorships range from $100 up to $800.
Click HERE to view sponsorship packages and details.
All are welcome, Members and Non-Members - register with a friend, relative, or co-worker.
Soft spikes and appropriate attire are required. Register HERE.
Contribute a gift certificate/product to the raffle, which supports local charities.
Contact the Chamber at 518.439.0512 or via email.
or additional details on all of our upcoming events,
to our 2017 Golf Outing Sponsors
ABC Leasing & Financing
Fairytale Journeys by
Graves Electrical Contracting
CLOSETS to PIN - Ladies
CLOSEST to PIN - Men
O'Slattery's Irish Restaurant & Pub
LONGEST DRIVE - Men
This year, the Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce turns 60 years old! To help commemorate this milestone, we want to celebrate and acknowledge those businesses, organizations and individuals who have loyally supported the Chamber through the decades.
Your annual support ensures the Bethlehem Chamber will continue its work to support local businesses, economic development, workforce development and community initiatives, to strengthen the Bethlehem community - THANK YOU!
IN RECOGNITION OF OUR
The Bruce Agency LLC
MCA3 Marketing & Creative Services
Rocklein Physical Therapy
Bethlehem Lions Club
Best Cleaners Slingerlands
Gregory A. Swift, CPA, MBA
The Reis Group
Edward Jones Investments - Lisa Pett
Helping Hands@Home, LLC
Dave's Emergency Equipment Repair
Tobin and Dempf, LLP
Red Line Sales & Service
Jack Devore OD
Kiwanis Club of Delmar
Planning & Research Services
CJ Lawn & Landcare
Innovative Surface Solutions
Tiles By Giuseppe Bonaiuto
Shannon's Barber Shop
T.M. Byxbee Company, CPAs, NY, P.C.
S.F. Tollgate Apartments
Mathes Public Affairs
Pine Hollow Arboretum
Organize Senior Moves
Curtis Lumber Co
John and Mary's Grocery LLC @
MRF Abatement Services LLC
McSharry and Associates Realty
William D. Yates, CPA
Betts Housing Partners LLC
Lurie & Co., CPAs, P.C.
Buenau's Opticians, Inc.
ShopRite Supermarkets Inc.
Bethlehem Soccer Club
Four Corners Frame Shop
Wm Stannard & Sons
Bethlehem Babe Ruth
HUNT Real Estate ERA - Slingerlands
Gustave C. Schoenborn Jr.
Care Counts, LLC
Colonie Golf & Country Club
Mohawk Hudson Land Conservancy
Young Landscapes, LLC
Bloom'n Green Lawn Care
Law Office of Gary S. Keegan
Bethlehem's Little Helper Service LLC
Nicholas J. Marino & Co., Inc.
Burns and Son
S & M Painting
Shogun Sushi & Sake Bar
Mercato's Pizzeria & Restaurant
Warehouse Services, Inc.
Capital District Dermatology
Swifty's Restaurant & Pub, Inc.
The Jonathan Carey Foundation
Capital Region Special Surgery
Farm Family Insurance Company-
Burke Insurance Associates
The Bethlehem Children's School
Solid Rock Church
Mad Dog Bicycles
Underway Lawn Care
University at Albany School of Business Graduate Programs
The Wine Reserve
PC Promotional Printing
Sam's Italian American Restaurant
LEAD Consulting & Coaching LLC
C & J Custom Builders Inc.
Realty USA - Jessica Richer
Bethlehem Tae Kwon Do
Pioneer Bank - Delmar
Jake Moon Restaurant Cafe
A. Phillips Hardware
Marinello Ries LLC
Haslam Tree Service, Inc.
Gene Doane Home Services
to view the article on the Chamber's Anniversary in the Spotlight News
State Farm - James W. Leone, Agent, welcomes Josh as their newest team member.
Josh joined the team in July and is fully licensed to help customers with their Auto, Fire, Life, Health and Commercial needs. Josh has been in the industry for several years and truly knows how important good Customer
Service is. Call the office at 518.599.5500 and say hello to their newest team member!
Liza Pollock L.Ac, M.Ac.O.M., is the newest team member at the Stram Center for Integrative Medicine.
Liza brings a wealth of energy and experience to The Stram Center. She has battled Lyme twice and she is a young cancer survivor, bringing great empathy to how she relates to each person she engages with.
Click here to read more about Liza!
First United Methodist Church of Delmar has a new senior pastor, Rev. Amy B. Gregory. She succeeds Rev. Deborah O'Connor Slater, who has retired.
Rev. Gregory, a native of Norwich in Chenango County, New York, and a graduate of Union Theological Seminary in New York City, had served since 2009 as pastor of First United Methodist Church in Greene, New York. Visit the church website to learn more about Re. Gregory.
445 Delaware Avenue
Town Hall Auditorium
Meet the artists chosen as finalists and view concepts for the mural at 90 Adams Street, Delmar, along the Rail Trail. Each artist will offer a brief presentation and answer questions about their work. The mural is set to be installed this Fall.
donate/volunteer, visit their
or connect on social media
Please keep our local Merchants top of mind, especially in light of the Delaware Avenue road construction (weekdays 9am-5pm).
Businesses are open and ready to serve you!
Top 10 Reasons To Buy Local:
10. Keep Money In Our Community
9. Support Community Groups
8. Keep Our Community Unique
7. Keep Recycling Your Dollar
6. Create More Good Jobs
5. Get Better Service
4. Invest In Your Community
3. Put Your Taxes To Good Use
2. Encourage Local Prosperity
1. It's The Right Thing To Do
SAVE THE DATE
First Night Bethlehem
Bethlehem will be holding a First Night Celebration to ring in the New Year! A family friendly and fun event, First Night will be held on New Year's Eve,
Sunday, December 31st
The celebration will begin with
Fireworks at the Four Corners at
followed by entertainment and activities from 7-10pm.
at the event, click
for an application. Deadline for submission is September 15.
at the event, visit the webpage
MEMBER NEWS & EVENTS
Women in treatment for all kinds of Cancer rave about the Look Good, Feel Better program
offered by the
American Cancer Society at regional host locations. To Life! is proud to be a host four times each year, and the next event will be Wednesday, September 6, from 5:30-7:30pm.
Learn more and register, click here. C
ontact Martha McCormick with questions via email or at
Save the date for
O'Slattery's Irish Restaurant & Pub's
Join them on September 9 for a full day of family fun. Live Music by Get Up Jack from 3-6pm and Kilashandra 7-10pm, Face Painting, Local Pet Adoption with Free To Be Me Rescue and Steve Caporizzo, Outdoor Beer Trucks, Outdoor Food and more!
Friends of Bethlehem Parks & Recreation
is looking for
new members for their board. Interested? Call 518.605.6580. And the new Park Playbook for Fall is available now - look for it in the Bethlehem Town News, or get it online.
Register for athletic and fitness classes NOW - the Lottery Spin will happen this Friday, September 1.
is almost here!
2, 3, and 4 year old classes begin at the Bethlehem Area YMCA on September 11. C
lasses create the perfect combination of learning and playing. We swim, ice skate, and much more! Register today, click here.
Drain flies, ticks, carpenter ants, turf weeds, spiders, and more
, are being taken care of this week by
518 Pest and Fert
. Delmar - we are doing work all over town! If you see us on Adams Place, Pinetree, Roweland, or Hudson, stop and say hi!
Free Movement Pilates
so many new classes
they are offering! Yin Yoga Workshops, Moms and Babies Yoga, Thursday Night Yoga, and more. Visit the
for class details and schedules.
Photography by Carolynn offers portraits, weddings, event photography, newborns and more. She travels to
you with a portable studio and even has green screen capabilities! Call 518.852.4851 today to book your shoot.
Check out the latest video by Gregory Zorian of Gregory's Barbershop -
a classic side part with a twist. Click here to view the video.
Congratulations to the 3 newest graduates of the Elsmere Fire Department FF 1: Caitlin Shepherd, Andrew Taylor and Ryan Zigrosser!
Use digital coupons from
to help you save even more. Choose the coupons you want and save them onto your Price Plus club Card - no more clipping coupons because these coupons can be digitally stored on your card. Click to get started.
Mad Dog Bicycles recently had a one of the new CDPHP Bicycle Share Program cycles on display. For information on the cycle-share program, visit CDPHP's Cycle website or contact Mad Dog at 518-439-3669!
Registration for NEW dancers is now open at The Dance Experience of Delmar! Visit their site to sign up.
School may be starting soon, but a Disney cruise is a great way to spend Christmas, mid-winter, or spring break. Contact Fairy Tale Journeys by Tim Brooks today at 518-441-1608 or by email for more information.
Veronica's Culinary Tavern
! Now through Labor Day enjoy 2-4-20 Tuesday - get
two of delicious Crispy Chicken Sandwiches
featuring buttermilk fried chicken, Sambal aioli and more
for just $20
(dine in or take Out).
Visit the Solarize Albany website
and learn about how easy it now is to go solar. Whether a homeowner or renter, there is now an economical solar option for you. While the Solarize Albany volunteers recommend rooftop solar as the best option, what if you can't put solar on your own roof? Learn about the new community solar option that you and all your neighbors can now join.
For a full list of the ongoing member deals & offers, visit
Applications Now Available Online
If you missed the information session, start-up or existing businesses interested in learning more about the Microenterprise Grant Program and the application process may view the Microenterprise Grant Presentation.
For additional information, contact
, Town of Bethlehem Department of Economic Development and Planning, 518.439.4955 ext. 1189.
They made the list of "
The Capital Region's Favorite Fitness Trainers" on the
Times Union blog - congratulations!
Looking for work space?
page frequently to see
available office space.
Looking for work?
page frequently to see current openings.
Internships & Part-Time Positions
Interested in hosting a High School student for an Internship or paid part-time work shifts? Register your business by completing the form. Click
, or use the below link.
For additional details, contact the District Program Liaison
Nick Petraccione at 518.439.4921 x22053, or contact the Chamber at 518.439.0512.
BETHLEHEM BUSINESS MAP
View the online version of the Bethlehem Business map
Glenmont, NY 12207
Albany, NY 12203
Merrill Lynch Wealth Management
69 State Street
Albany, NY 12207
Delmar, NY 12054
316 Delaware Avenue, Suite 13
Delmar, NY 12054
10697 State Route 32
Greenville, NY 12083
266 Delaware Avenue,
Delmar, NY 12054
Delmar, NY 12054
393 Delaware Avenue
Delmar, NY 12054
Delmar, NY 12054
1969 New Scotland Road
Slingerlands, NY 12159
WEBSITE of the WEEK
Did you know that Callanan Industries offers decorative concrete services through their Clemente Latham Concrete division? Pool decks, patios, walkways and more - click below for details.
Don't FORGET you can now join or renew your dues
AROUND THE REGION.....
Click here to see the SBA disaster assistance news release for private nonprofit organizations in New York.
U.S. Small Business Administration is reminding eligible Private NonProfit organizations (PNPs) in New York of the Sept. 11 deadline to submit disaster loan applications for damages caused by the severe winter storm and snowstorm on March 14-15, 2017.
Technology & Manufacturing Job Fair
Wednesday, September 6, 2017 | 2 - 6pm
Albany Marriott, 189 Wolf Rd., Albany NY
for details or to register.
The New York State Health Foundation (NYSHealth) is pleased to launch a Request for Proposals (RFP): Sponsoring Conference Participation in
Support of Healthy Communities, Consumer Empowerment
. Many organizations across the State are doing smart, innovative work that is relevant to NYSHealth's priority areas of Building Healthy Communities and Empowering Health Care Consumers and its focus area on Veterans' Health. Through this RFP, NYSHealth will sponsor community-based organizations, health departments, and other low-resource organizations to attend and present at local, State, and national conferences related to these funding areas. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis. For more information and to apply, visit the
View the current
Mercato's Pizzeria & Restaurant
! Both restaurant are located across the street from Delaware Plaza - Extra Napkin serves up burgers, salads, wraps, juice and more, and Mercato's has been providing Delmar with pizza and Italian favorites since 1997.
On Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays between 10 AM and 2 PM, the Town of Bethlehem accepts donations for Habitat ReStore of the Capital District of slightly used furnishings, cabinets, and other building materials at the Town of Bethlehem Transfer Station, 136 Rupert Rd, Selkirk, NY. See the Flyer for details.
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Hot Deals to the Community,
for more information.