Jody Miller
Ohio.com correspondent


BATH TWP. – The Bath Business Association meets from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. the first Tuesday of every month.



BBA promotes business in Bath while preserving and enhancing the rural, scenic and historical identity of the Ghent, Bath Center and Hammond Corners hamlets along the Cleveland-Massillon Road Corridor. The BBA is a business network that supports the community and its members, while working to be a positive influence in Bath.



Among its other activities, the BBA sponsors the annual Bath Community Garage Sale as well as the Wye Road Bridge Lighting. In addition, the BBA distributes Welcome Bags to new Bath residents; supports the Revere High School business class curriculum; sponsors an annual Road Rally and works to support many of the organizations in the community, such as the Bath Volunteers for Service’s Home Tour, the Bath Fire Department’s Horse Show and Western Reserve Playhouse’s seasonal playbill, through advertising.  



Typically the BBA meets in the Trustees’ Meeting Room at 3864 W. Bath Road. However, this month, for the April 2 meeting, BBA members will meet at the Garth Andrew Co., 1969 N. Cleveland Massillon Road.