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Business Associations

Hopkins Business & Civic Association

Created in 1993, the Hopkins Business & Civic Association (HBCA) is a joint effort of the businesses and civic organizations in Hopkins. For more information or to get involved, contact association President Kim Pederson at 952-697-3877 or visit


2nd Thursday of the month, 7:30 am
Chapel View Apartments, 605 Minnetonka Mills Road

General membership meetings are open to the public and feature presentations by a local business or civic organization on topics of general interest. Meetings also include time for networking with other businesses and organizations.


Projects of the HBCA include a community resource and resident guide, Help Hopkins Bloom, monthly membership newsletters, and Music in the Park.

Board of Directors

  • President—Judy Elling, ResourceWest
  • Vice President—Deb Beckman, Driskill's Foods
  • Secretary—Martha Krawczak, St. Gabriel the Archangel Catholic Church
  • Treasurer—Brooke Viegut, Golden Living
  • John Montilino, Stages Theatre Company
  • Jay Lietzow, Albert Pike Masonic Lodge #237
  • Mark Purdy, Blackstone Manor Clock Repair
  • Jerald Stiele, Hopkins Auto Body
  • Lisa Stordahl, MyHealth
  • Meg Beekman, City of Hopkins


  • Hopkins Business & Civic Association

Hopkins Apartment Managers Association

The HAMA is an active organization of apartment managers that works to maintain a strong rental market and to promote community involvement among its residents in Hopkins. More about HAMA.

Hopkins Antique Shops Association

The HASA is a collaboration of the antique shops of Hopkins, started in 2004. Learn more about the Hopkins Antique Shops Association from the Think Hopkins website.