BAPA Welcomes New Board Members

By Kristin Boza We’re thrilled to introduce the new members of BAPA’s Board of Directors. This diverse group of area residents represent a wide variety of backgrounds. Through their experiences, […]

BIA Selects Beautiful Gardens in North Beverly 

The Beverly Improvement Association (BIA) once again searched for beautiful gardens in North Beverly. According to BIA members Mary and Collins Fitzpatrick, the neighborhood is magnificent and this year’s gardens are filled with […]

Business Spotlight: A Hopping Place for Families

By Brittany Wiley Michelle Bryant-Smith and her husband Maurice Smith opened Little Hoppers Play Café, 2670 W 111th St., in August.  It’s an interactive and creative boutique style play space […]

Village Viewpoint – September 2020

By Gary Jenkins, BAPA Safety Liaison I have lived in the Beverly/Morgan Park community for the past sixteen plus years. My wife Sharon and I moved here from the 6500 […]

New Neighbors: Megan Wright and Nate Otto

By Kristin Boza Dance and art are passions of new neighbors Megan Wright and Nate Otto. Wright grew up in Beverly/Morgan Park and built a dance and art career on […]

Don’t Wait to Get Medical Care

It’s been reported in publications from the LA Times to the Washington Post: As many as one third of Americans are delaying medical care because they are afraid of being […]

Please Support BAPA’s Work in Our Community

CANCELLED The pandemic forced the cancellation of BAPA’s major fundraising events – Home Tour, Ridge Run & Memorial Day Parade, and Beverly Hills Cycling Classic Bikes & Brews – eliminating […]

Camping Out at a (Social) Distance

The Boy Scout motto is “Be prepared” and scouts from Troop 607 at Bethany Union Church were well prepared when they organized a troop campout in mid-April. The Troop usually […]

A Message from BAPA’s Board President

By Maureen Gainer Reilly Unprecedented. It’s a word that most of us almost never used to use, and now it’s become the word we call on every day as our […]