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b2ap3_thumbnail_14768824_m.jpgWelcome and thanks for visiting us at our brand-new website! This site has taken some time to get up and going, but we hope you will find it informative and worth the visit.

I suppose this is both a welcome and goodbye as my term as President is coming to an end. We are now two years old as an organization, and I am very proud of what we've been able to accomplish in this time. As an association, we've established ourselves in the community, and we have developed a firm financial footing. Our two Cinco de Mayo Happy Hours have been wildly successful, as was our first Fall Gala. We just put on our first CLE, which was very well received. Our name is out there, and now we look forward to further developing the other aspects of the organization, such as our community service projects and our public policy initiatives.

Thank you again for visiting the new site, and please excuse any broken links or things not working completely perfect, at least for the first couple of days. Unfortunatley, with any successful website rollout also come a couple of bumps in the road; if you encounter one of those bumps, feel free to email us at admin@hbastl.org.

That said, we at the HBAstl are very proud of this new site and hope it becomes a fantastic resource for our members, the community, and all who visit it.

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