JUNE MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS
Jeff's Electric - Jeff Palu
Meusch Construction - Roy Meusch
Vintage Title - Julie Rawlings Hoppe
Century 21 Midlands - Janice Wiebusch
Holdrege Soft Water Service - Gary Jurgens
Cottonmill Enterprises - Craig Ostermeyer
Coldwell Banker - Betty Warren
Babl Kitchen & Bath - Dan Babl
Smitty's Construction - Ryan Smith
Johnson Imperial Home Co., Inc
Fisher Roofing of Kearney - Bill Seibert
Nebraska National Bank - Laura Methe
Great Western Bank - Peggy Mak
Showcase Cabinets - Lisa Hibberd
Sherwin Williams - Ross Sudbeck
N2 Projects, Inc. - Matt Cope
PVSB - Laura Bauer
Midway Chevrolet Inc. - Jake Greder
JC Masonry - Justin Cagler
Sonshine Ventures, LLC - Kenton Steele
Building Our Future One Member at a Time
As a NAHB member, you can reduce your business costs by taking advantage of the discounts offered to members by the companies listed below. All programs, rates, and prices are subject to change without notice. Visit the following link to view the companies offering discounts: www.nahb.org/ma
Words cannot express how deeply appreciative I am for receiving this scholarship. I feel very privileged for receiving this award. I look forward to studying again this following semester, gearing up for the final run to graduation as this is going to be my senior year. With assistance such as this, a great amount of stress is lifted making my college life that much easier and allowing me to focus more clearly on other subjects. I have had the privilege of working with the WCNHB a number of different times and look forward to continued involvement with your organization. Thank you very much for this generous award, I am truly grateful.
Gene and Julie Knaggs on the wedding of their son, Roger, to Angela Villalpando on June 18, 2011.
Prayers go out to Rich White's brother as he was in a horrible motorcyle accident. Miracles do happen and he is on the mend after being released from the hospital a few weeks after the accident. Prayers for him and his family during his road to recovery.
Prayers also go out to Broadfoot Sand and Gravel as they cope with the loss of an key employee.