the Alton Business Association web site
Alton Business Association is a local association of business people
organized to promote the commercial interests and welfare of the
Alton community, by providing information and assistance to new and
existing businesses located in the Alton area, and by working with
members of the community and municipal representatives to promote
local economic development and enhanced quality of life for the
benefit of present and future residents, businesses and
Alton Old Home Week
The Alton Business Association is
hosting the Old Home Week Parade, on Saturday, August 8, 2015 at 2
p.m. beginning in Alton and ending in the Bay. Below is an entry for
if you would like to be involved in the parade. Any questions, please
contact Carolyn Schaeffner at (603) 630-3098 or at email@example.com.
Alton Old Home Week Parade Entry Form:
/ Alton Bay Winter Carnival
ANNOUNCEMENT. Regretably the Alton/Alton Bay Winter Carnival
scheduled for Sunday, February 15, 2015 has been CANCELLED due to ice
and forecasted weather conditions. At this time, it is not going to
be re-scheduled. Thank you - ABA/Alton Winter Carnival Committee. If
you have any questions, please contact Winter Carnival Chairman Roger
Sample. (603) 630-3675.
& Bean Supper
would like to send out a huge THANK YOU to River Run Deli and Pop’s
Clam Shell for contributing to the ham & bean dinner.
Run supplied a wonderful macaroni salad and Pop’s sent over a
delicious cole slaw salad. Both received rave reviews and contributed
to the success of the dinner.
Ice-Out Contest 2014
Alton Business Association conducted their annual Ice-Out Contest.
Ice-Out is defined as the moment when the M/S Mount Washington can
reach each of its ports unobstructed by ice. Local residents who are
considered experts in the art of ice watching, supplemented by
observations from aircraft, pinpoints the official date and time of
the Ice-Out. Ice Out this year was Wednesday, April 23 at 2:10 p.m.
We received 66 entries from Alton residents this year and the winner
with the closest guess was Larry Sullivan (4/23 at 4:23 p.m.) Mr.
Sullivan won a gift basket with prizes and gift certificates from
local Alton business. Those participating were: Old Bay Diner, Mt.
Major Snowmobile Club, Building Maintenance Services, Dale’s Lock &
Key, PDK Cottages and Excavation, Profile Bank, Speedy Wash, Wayside
Circle Store, Woodland’s Tavern and Village Pizza.
with Mr. Sullivan (l-r) ABA Chairman Carolyn Schaeffner, ABA
Secretary Leslie Rentel, Larry Sullivan, ABA Director Kelly Sullivan,
and ABA Treasurer Chris Racine.