Hanover Airpark Business Association

The mission of the Hanover Airpark Business Association is to enhance the business and civic arena in which its members operate; to promote, advance and safeguard the business interest of  its members; to promote cooperation and open lines of communication between its members and  local government; and to serve as a vehicle for members for the Association to be responsible  business citizens.

HABA is a 501c6 non-profit organization.  The purpose is For A Thriving Commercial Community.

                                                       E-mail: info@haba-va.com Office: 804-523-2903


HABA News

  • October 05, 2017 10:00 AM | Anonymous


  • October 04, 2017 3:58 PM | Anonymous

    Congratulations to our top 3 teams!

    1st Place        Eat Catering

    2nd Place       Capital TriState

    3rd Place         Village Bank Retail

    Longest Drive & Closest to the Pin Winner was Nic Bacon

    Thank you to all who participated and supported. It was a beautiful day for golf for a great cause!

  • July 28, 2017 11:11 AM | Anonymous

    For Immediate Release

    Express Employment Professionals Office Raises Money and Awareness

    for Local Kids with Cancer

    Richmond, VA, July 28, 2017– The Express Employment Professionals, Richmond (North) office held an event on July 21, 2017 to raise funds and awareness for pediatric cancer care at the Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU. The total of almost $800 that was raised included online donations from their clients, and lemonade sales at their office as part of the Anthem LemonAid / Children’s Miracle Network charity event.

    “We believe it’s our responsibility to give back to the community that has given so much to us. Raising money for the Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU helps save the lives of children in our community,” Richmond Express owner Lorraine Alexander said.

    The Richmond (North) Express Employment Professionals franchise began operation in 1996 and serves Hanover, Henrico, New Kent and King William counties in a variety of fields in Administrative, Finance, Engineering and Commercial temporary help and direct hire employees.

    Their office is located at 827 E. Parham Road, Richmond, VA 23227 and is currently accepting applications.

    Express is a privately owned franchise with a company-wide mission of putting a million people to work annually.

    For More Information:

    Lorraine Alexander, Owner

    Express Employment Professionals

    827 E. Parham Road, Suite 1

    Richmond, VA 23227

    Lorraine.alexander@expresspros.com

    804-261-4170


  • June 06, 2017 1:57 PM | Anonymous

    Deputies Seek to Identify Larceny Suspects

    Hanover, VA – The Hanover County Sheriff’s Office is requesting the public’s assistance in identifying the pictured individuals.

    On May 11, 2017, these individuals used a stolen credit card to make purchases at multiple businesses in Mechanicsville. At one business on Battle Hill Drive, the suspect(s) made two purchases totaling $6,698.00. At another business on Bell Creek Road, the suspect(s) made a purchase totaling $3,058.00.

    Photos are attached in document below.

    Anyone with information about these incidents, or who recognizes the individuals in the photos, is asked to contact the Hanover County Sheriff’s Office at (804) 365-6140 or the Metro Richmond Crime Stoppers at (804) 780-1000. Citizens can also text Crime Stoppers at 274637 (CRIMES), using the keyword “iTip” followed by their tip. Both Crime Stoppers methods are anonymous and can result in a reward of up to $1,000.

    HCSO - Deputies Seek to Identify Larceny Suspects- June 2017.pdf

  • May 19, 2017 1:22 PM | Anonymous

    HANOVER, Va. – On Wednesday, May 24, 2017, the Hanover County Sheriff’s Office, in coordination with Hanover Fire-EMS, Hanover County Emergency Communications, and Kings Dominion, will conduct an Emergency Preparedness Drill at Kings Dominion in Doswell, Virginia.

    The drill will be a full-scale emergency exercise designed to help participating agencies prepare for an actual active threat incident. Emergency responders will have the opportunity to test their response and their equipment should a similar event actually occur.

    “The goal of this exercise is to enhance interagency response and communication during an incident that involves an active threat to the public while engaging and educating our community,” said Colonel David R. Hines, sheriff.

    “Opportunities like this don’t present themselves every day and we are ecstatic to partner with Kings Dominion to help facilitate this specialized training. We look forward to testing our existing plans and capabilities through this hands-on training with our public and private partners,” said Chief of Fire-EMS, Jethro Piland.

    “An exercise for this type of event is the best training available to help prepare emergency personnel to react quickly and effectively in dynamic emergency situations. After-action reports and participant feedback from this exercise will be invaluable and assist in improving our existing plans and developing future training opportunities,” said Curtis Shaffer, Director of Hanover Emergency Communications.

    “Hosting drills like this builds upon our strong partnership with local law enforcement,” said Gary Chadwick, Kings Dominion General Manager and Vice President. “It gives us an opportunity to provide a dynamic, unique environment that allows first responders to train for real-life circumstances.”

    Throughout the day, the public can expect to see high volumes of emergency response personnel and vehicles in the area of Kings Dominion. There will be no public access to the park during this time.

  • May 19, 2017 1:19 PM | Anonymous

    Hanover, VA – On Tuesday, May 16, 2017, Colonel
    David R. Hines, sheriff, had the honor of speaking
    at the Masonic Temple Lodge No. 9 A.F. & A.M., to
    commemorate National Police Week. During the
    meeting, Sergeant Terry Sullivan with the Hanover
    County Sheriff’s Office was presented with the
    Community Builders Award. This award recognizes
    the outstanding community-oriented achievements
    of non-Masons in the community.
    Sergeant Sullivan serves as the Sergeant in charge
    of the Hanover County Sheriff’s Office Criminal
    Intelligence Unit as well as the Crime Prevention
    Unit and the HCSO SHIELD initiative. Sergeant
    Sullivan also oversees the Sheriff’s Office Chaplain
    Program and the Sheriff’s Office Worship Watch
    Program. Sergeant Sullivan was recognized for his
    service and contributions to the Sheriff’s Office, the
    intelligence community, and the citizens of Hanover
    County.

    See entire release HERE.


  • March 20, 2017 12:10 PM | Anonymous

    If you have pallets that you are looking to get rid of please contact Todd Furbee by calling 804-798-2888. 

  • March 20, 2017 11:30 AM | Anonymous

    Thank you to all of our participants and sponsors!

    First Name Last Name Bib Overall Results
    Sarah Bailey 35 1:04:06
    Laura Hopper 5 0:19:06
    Cristi Wilson 34 0:27:31
    Denise Carroll 33 0:26:09
    Deane Moore 32 0:28:43
    Katharine Gray 31 0:23:00
    George Gray III 30 0:25:17
    Alicia Bryan 29 0:42:19
    John Gray 28 0:42:20
    Connor Murphy 27
    Leanne Barrett 26
    Nancy Bumgardner 25 1:03:15
    Josh Krider 24 0:25:35
    Amber Marshpund 23
    Claire Murphy 22 0:39:53
    Kyle Davis 21 0:20:02
    Clay Monroe 20
    Mark Simms 19
    Larry Arata 18 0:26:23
    Christopher Norton 17 0:22:28
    Heather Venturo 16 0:30:55
    Jeff Yorke 15 0:44:51
    Beverly Wright 14 1:05:03
    Whitney Tompson 13 0:23:16
    Connie Garrett 12 0:56:00
    Tracy Haneline 11 0:55:10
    Kelly Mcpherson 10 0:56:00
    Dwayne Simms 9 0:29:53
    Gwendolyn Simms 8 0:55:13
    Dick Class 7
    Krisanne Sell 6
    Jamie Ledwith 36
    Pamela Hollis 4 1:05:03
    Rhonda Foster 3
    Colin Henty 2 0:26:55
    Kyla Henty 1 0:26:54


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