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Publication of the

February 2019 • Vol. 22, No. 2 Editor: Jennie Korth

Visit the

Chairperson’s Message

Remodelers Council

Food Bank House

by Shawn Stranathan

at the Home & Garden Show

As I’m writing this message for the February Step by Step, it’s a beautiful 50 degree day and the government is 18 days or so into a partial shutdown. My hope is that by the time you read this in February, we are still enjoying temps in the 50’s but all the government agencies are back to work…with or without a wall.

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February 8-10

Thank you to everyone who attended our January meeting at Duncan Aviation where we toured the Interior Division of their facilities. Our next meeting will be on March 6 at Allo Communications. There will not be a February meeting so we can get ready for and attend the Nebraska Builders Home & Garden Show February 8-10. Another event we have coming up is the annual Chili Cook-Off on March 11 and don’t forget the Tour of Remodeled Homes deadline is March 4. Thanks to everyone for your support and I look forward to seeing you at the Home & Garden Show this month. Happy Valentine’s Day!

Bring a non-perishable food item for the Food Bank of Lincoln and get $1 off your admission! Since 2003, the Remodelers Council has donated over 75,000 lbs. of food.

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Tour of Duncan Aviation’s Interiors Department January 9, 2019

Thank you to Rick Willet for serving as our 2018 Chairperson of the Remodelers Council of Lincoln. Shawn Stranathan was officially installed as the 2019 Chairperson at our January meeting.


Educational Opportunity Verbal Judo: De-Escalation Techniques Presented by Nebraska Safety Council Prevent Potential Conflicts with Proven Communication Skills

Use communication to persuade those you interact with to see things from your perspective. These skills will help individuals increase positive customer and coworker interaction outcomes and keep complaints to a minimum. Learn how to use springboard, redirection, paraphrasing and active listening techniques. From customer service representatives and front desk personnel to middle management and supervisors and beyond, all types of employees will get beneficial skills for communication both on and off the job.

Tuesday, April 16 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. HBAL Office| 6100 S. 58th Street, Suite C Cost: $15 RSVP to info@hbal.org by Monday, April 15

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2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Cost # Cost # Cost # Cost # Cost # Cost 152,980 3 80,100 2 43,500 6 422,000 3 59,336 4 114,877 99,500 7 178,700 5 107,786 2 33,000 3 64,000 2 18,650 317,000 18 452,005 10 691,458 8 357,600 8 338,910 15 816,118 706,474 15 908,366 11 600,931 10 212,603 12 609,495 8 342,365 148,500 20 340,080 20 723,945 13 776,408 12 596,540 14 541,952 460,740 16 603,388 7 224,812 9 379,500 12 430,200 14 575,322 697,500 9 248,618 10 414,975 9 264,975 9 232,625 11 791,636 219,300 12 478,200 9 545,217 10 300,579 10 334,057 9 1,100,850 375,278 16 1,011,333 13 595,111 10 314,515 14 307,385 14 986,202 333,693 13 220,423 15 438,100 13 461,927 15 516,155 19 1,226,451 230,395 10 573,100 12 527,840 14 553,881 4 84,845 7 218,914 92,000 6 593,785 7 223,642 5 75,850 7 315,000 6 145,000 3,833,360 145 5,688,098 121 5,137,317 109 4,152,838 109 3,888,548 123 6,878,337 29,948 39,228 42,457 38,099 35,675 55,921 K

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2010 2011 Cost # Cost 502,454 69 988,395 600,743 79 893,584 1,229,150 104 900,086 1,386,859 133 1,292,245 931,223 111 946,242 754,480 112 819,225 1,181,825 99 1,104,259 1,006,147 129 1,032,748 976,777 106 928,466 929,354 122 1,298,243 827,222 93 703,129 #2,823,358# # 74 # 647,016 13,149,592 1,231 11,553,638 2011 2012 2013 2014 9,113 9,386

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Spring Parade Final Deadline Lunch & Learn: HBAL 101 HBAL Office • 6100 S. 58th Street, Ste. C 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Lunch is provided. Tour of Remodeled Homes Deadline Remodelers Council Meeting Allo Communications 330 S. 21st Street 11:30 a.m. • Cost: TBD HOMEPAC & Board of Directors Meetings HBAL Office • 6100 S. 58th Street, Ste. C 9:45 a.m. & 10:30 a.m. 11th Annual Chili Cook-off Lincoln Firefighters Reception Hall 241 Victory Lane 6:00 p.m. Admission: $15 per person 12 years & under are FREE

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March 7

Lead Paint Initial Certification Course HBAL Office • 6100 S. 58th Street, Ste. C 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Cost: $200 per person

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More information can be found on pages 6-10 of your February Lincoln Business Builder.

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Fri | 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.

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Step by Step (February 2019)  

Monthly newsletter of the Remodelers Council of Lincoln, NE.

Step by Step (February 2019)  

Monthly newsletter of the Remodelers Council of Lincoln, NE.