DELCO Night at the Philadelphia Union – May 17th

Come out to see the Philadelphia Union on Wednesday May 17th as they take on the Houston Dynamo and support the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce!

Did you know that if you are a paid member of the Aston Business Association, your ABA member dues can be applied to your Delaware County Chamber of Commerce annual dues? That’s a $50 discount on your Delco Chamber dues if you join both groups. Just make sure your ABA dues are paid up when you apply at the chamber website.

Support The Delaware County Chamber of Commerce

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You can support the Delco Chamber by attending the 8th Annual Delaware County Night at Talen Energy Stadium. round up your customers, employees, friends and family to celebrate the best deal anywhere: Union Soccer in Delaware County!

Union Soccer May 17th

Tailgate May 17th

THANK YOU for Joining Us!


ABA would like to thank all who attend our annual Hoilday Party. All seemed to enjoy the conversation and recognition of our special members. It was really lots of fun. Special thanks to IceWorks for providing us with a fantastic venue and wonderful food. Remember IceWorks when you are looking to plan a private party, they do a great job!

Good luck in 2017 From the Aston Business Association!

TOY DRIVE – ABA & Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Toy DriveThe Neighbors Helping Neighbors 2016 Toy Drive is underway! ABA and NHN are asking for your contributions to help make this Holiday Season special for your neighbors in need. All contributions of a new unwrapped toy that you drop into one of our Neighbors Helping Neighbors bins will go directly to help  make the Holiday special for a member of our Aston Community that is in need this season.

Drop bins will only be available at the following locations through December 10th, so get out there and fill those bins!

Toy Bin Locations:

Cocco’s Pizza Aston

Aston Township Municipal Building

Aston Township Community Center

Aston Township Announces 2nd Annual Holiday Decorating Contest!

holiday-iconThe Aston Township Parks and Recreation Committee along with the Aston Township Board of Commissioners, are happy to announce the Second Annual Aston Township Holiday Decorating Contest!

The contest will be open to all residences and businesses within Aston Township.  We are asking participants to join in the fun this holiday season throughout the month of December with final judging completed by December 16, 2016.

Businesses will be required to register their intent to participate. Registration form and online registration is available at

ABA Business Welcome and Networking Event

Monday, October 17th @ 6pm - IceWorks

Monday, October 17th @ 6pm – IceWorks Pub Banquet Rooms

Thank you to those who came out to our Networking Event on Monday, October 17th at the IceWorks Skating Complex and introduced your business to our members.


Open ABA Event: Using Video to Grow Your Business

avantiMonday, April 18, 2016 at IceWorks Pub & Grill starting at 6:00 p.m.

All Aston Business are encouraged to join us for another Business to Business information session to help you do business better!

A representative from Avanti Vision will join us and deliver a presentation designed to share insight into how a small business owner can use video and the internet to grow your business.

The event will take place at the IceWorks Pub & Grill, located between rinks 3&4 at the IceWorks Skating Complex, 3100 Dutton Mill Rd. on Monday, April 18 starting at 6 p.m.


This is an open event, all Aston Businesses are invited. Sponsored by Aston Business Association.

Please use the following form to RSVP for this event so that we may have an accurate estimate of attendance: CLOSED


ABA Mock Interview Day at Sun Valley March 17th, 2016



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Open ABA Event Feb. 29th: PCI Compliance, Metro Merchant Services

Metro Merchant Services

All Aston businesses are invited to join us on Monday, February 29th at 6pm at IceWorks for a presentation by Metro Merchant Services. MMS will deliver an in-depth presentation and answer your questions regarding current credit card processing technology and compliance challenges for small businesses.

Speaker: Metro Merchant Services

Location: IceWorks Skating Complex, 3100 W. Dutton Mill Road, Aston PA

Time: 6:00 PM

This is an open ABA event. All Aston businesses welcome.



Sun Valley NHS Assists Aston’s Neighbors Helping Neighbors Outreach Program

The Sun Valley High School National Honor Society and Coebourn Elementary School students joined forces to collect canned goods for the needy. The food is being donated to the Aston Township Neighbors Helping Neighbors Pantry.

The Sun Valley High School National Honor Society and Coebourn Elementary School students joined forces to collect canned goods for the needy. The food is being donated to the Aston Township Neighbors Helping Neighbors Pantry. photo by Loretta Rodgers

By Loretta Rodgers

Members of the Sun Valley High School National Honor Society (NHS), in conjunction with Coebourn Elementary School students collected more than 600 pounds of canned goods which was donated to Aston Township’s Neighbors Helping Neighbors food pantry program.

“We are very grateful for everything the students have done to assist our program and help our needy residents,” said program coordinator Maggie Berry. “It is really great to see these young people bring awareness to the plight of those less fortunate. Neighbors Helping Neighbors is about our community members taking care of each other.”

The NHS organized the drive within the high school and the top three homerooms won a free breakfast. The winners included the homerooms of teachers Joseph Kochersperger, Scott Taylor and Amy Grady. Read more

Maryann Bullen: Volunteering Provides Purpose

Maryann Bullen

Maryann Bullen. photo by Loretta Rodgers

By Loretta Rodgers

For Aston resident Maryann Bullen, volunteering has become a way of life. And for a time, after the death of her husband, Bob, it was her lifeline.

“I was extremely depressed after the death of my husband and didn’t want to go out or even move from my sofa,” Bullen said. “We had such a wonderful marriage that I didn’t know what to do without him. We started dating when I was 14-years-old, so when Bob died, I lost not only my husband, but also my best friend.” Read more

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