Monthly Archives: April 2012

Happy Birthday To You !!

Well, actually it is Happy Birthday to your Birch Bay Buzz.  It is hard to believe that a full year has passed since the Birch Bay Buzz was started in its new Blog format.  Of course, the Buzz was sent … Continue reading

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Off Season Tourism Promotion Seeking Business Promo’s

The Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce, in support of The Mt. Baker Foothills Chamber of Commerce, who obtained funding from the Whatcom County Lodging Tax Fund, is seeking companies that want to participate in the 2012 Off-Season Fall Tourism Promotion the application … Continue reading

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Executive Louws Passes On Interesting Perspective On A Promenade For Birch Bay

Executive Louws was recently contacted by an Architect in our area, Dymond Nicon and he, Executive Louws, suggested that we “forward these comments to any other community members who might be intersted.” While the Birch Bay Buzz normally does not repost … Continue reading

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County Executive Jack Louws Pledges Support For Restrooms In Birch Bay

This link will take you to an article in the Northern Light Lighthouse Blog written by Jeremy Schwartz (Thanks Jeremy!) where he reported on the announcement by Whatcom County Executive Jack Louws that his office is providing a grant to the … Continue reading

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The C Shop Named Member Of The Month For April

The Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that the C Shop has been named the Member of the Month.  In announcing Aprils Member of the Month, John Gargett, President of the Chamber, said “You only have to … Continue reading

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Whatcom County Executive Jack Louws to Speak At Birch Bay Chamber Luncheon Meeting

This months Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce Luncheon Meeting will feature Whatcom County Executive Jack Louws. Executive Louws, a resident of Birch Bay and who was elected into office last November, will be speaking about how important Birch Bay is … Continue reading

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