Publication of the
September 2017 • Vol. 20, No. 9 Editor: Jennie Korth
September 6, 2017 • 11:30 a.m.
Common Thefts at Jobsites & Keeping Your Business Safe
by Pam Magner
I hope everyone who participated in our annual golf tournament had a great time. If you were unable to make it, as I was, try to attend next year! It doesn’t require golfing expertise to enter.
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September is my most memorable month. Mostly because I have had so many birthdays! It is the month we have our family reunion, celebrate Patriot Day and reminisce about my mother. It is usually around this time of year that we start getting inquiries about remodeling projects with the hopes of being finished in time for the holidays. I guess things slow down for some people once school starts back up. (I find back to school to be hectic. Transporting kids after a 3 month break, looking over various notes and emails from each school and providing homework help is a far cry from the freedom summer provides.) Whatever the reason, fall ushers in a new set of clients…with deadlines. Hopefully, we can all manage to fulfill those desires considering the robust economy, and full calendars, we are experiencing. With the steady supply of work comes those who want to take advantage of us and our jobsites. Our September 6 meeting will be at the HBAL office and will feature officers from the Lincoln Police Department to talk to us about theft at jobsites and ways we can keep our businesses safe. Join us for lunch and what promises to be an informative meeting. Seems I’ve forgotten something? Oh, right, September brings Husker football as well, Go Huskers!!
HBAL Office 6100 S. 58th Street, Ste. C Cost: $10 per person for lunch Please send your RSVP to email@example.com or call 402-423-4225 by September 1.
Remodelers Golf Raffle Winners
Two Tickets to a 2017 Nebraska Football Game courtesy of John Hoppe, Jr. Perry Haralson
Two Tickets to a 2017 Nebraska Volleyball Game courtesy of Adam Albee, Lincoln Laminating Herb Reese
Two Tickets to a 2017 Nebraska Men’s Basketball Game courtesy of Adam Albee, Lincoln Laminating Luke Moyer
One Skybox Rental for 20 with 8 VIP Parking Passes ($490 value) courtesy of Lincoln Saltdogs Matt Kinning
402.483.7575 3133 S. 7th Street • Suite D Fax (402) 483-7577 firstname.lastname@example.org
www.pioneerprintinginc.com Multi Color Printing
Digital Color Copies
Digital Black & White
One Growler Fill & Cave Tour courtesy of Blue Blood Brewing Co. Kris Carpenter
Keg of beer from Lazlo’s courtesy of Dave Bayne, A1 Complete Services, Inc. Mark Golden
$25 gift card to The Still courtesy of The Still Matt Phelps
Craft Beer Basket courtesy of Adam Albee, Lincoln Laminating Charmain Satree
Find more photos & results in the September issue of the Lincoln Business Builder and at www.hbal.org/members/photo-gallery/rc-golf-tournament/
Flag Prize Winners
Side Games Hole #3 Speed Hole
Capitol City Electric, Inc.
Supreme Surface Countertops
Ray Demar, Steve Young, Jerad Masek, Clint DeMar
DC Title Agency
Hole #7 Does a Bear Chip in the Woods?
Longest Drive in Fairway - Jacob Hiatt
Each team was timed from first tee off to hole out. The fastest team won a sleeve of Titleist Pro V1 balls for each team member provided by Black Hills Energy.
Longest Putt Made - Jake Lane
Closest to Pin 1st Shot - John Hathaway Longest Putt Made - Dave Bayne
Each player had a chance to chip a golf ball through the bear cutout. All players who made it through were entered for a chance to win a Bose Bluetooth Speaker provided by Schaeferâ€™s.
Eagle Nursery, LLC
Union Bank & Trust Co.
Hole #9 Bean Bag Toss
Nebraska Building Products
Those players with the highest score were entered to win a Bissell Deep Cleaner provided by Nebraska Furniture Mart.
Nebraska Furniture Mart
CS Kitchen & Bath Studio
Anderson Ford Lincoln
Union Title Company
Closest to Pin from Off Green - Noel Bailey
Closest to Pin 2nd Shot - David Wadhams Longest Putt Made - Jerry Maher
Longest Drive in Fairway - Aaron Knuth
Closest to Pin from Off Green - Mark Carpenter
Hole #12 Hit the Green, Win Some Green Those players who hit within the circle were entered to win half the pot. This yearâ€™s winner won $100!!
Longest Putt Made - Darrin Worrell
Closest to Pin 2nd Shot - Troy Ross
Hole #17 Win the Keg in the Fairway
Closest to Pin 1st Shot - Damon Vogt
A keg was placed in the fairway. Players had to determine if they wanted to hit towards the keg or hit for a better score. The player who landed closest to the keg won a giftcard for a free keg from Blue Blood Brewing Co.
Longest Drive in Fairway - Steve Young Closest to Pin 1st Shot - Rick Willet
A1 Mold Testing & Remediation Services
Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery
Investors Title Insurance Company
Hole #19 Dunk Tank
Longest Putt Made - Brian Heller
Longest Drive in Fairway - Mary Hoelscher
Closest to Pin from Off Green - Tyler Bebout Closest to Pin 3rd Shot - Kristi Oltman
Each team had the option to better their score by two points. Teams would select one of their players to sit above the dunk tank. Each of the remaining three players had one chance to dunk their teammate. If they were successful, their score was reduced by two strokes. An additional three chances were available for $5.
Flight Winners FIRST FLIGHT 1st Place - Shot 57
SECOND FLIGHT 1st Place - Shot 65
THIRD FLIGHT 1st Place - Shot 69
Aaron Knuth, Bradon Fullerton, Tyler Bebout, Chris Rogers
Perry Haralson, Denny Van Horn, Andy Van Horn, Mark Golden
Jim Nelson, Gene Brownson, Jeff Bortel, Monte Steenson
2nd Place - Shot 59
2nd Place - Shot 65
2nd Place - Shot 69
Ray DeMar, Steve Young, Jerad Masek, Clint DeMar
3rd Place - Shot 61
Jacob Hiatt, Gene Hiatt, Jerry Maher, Jake Lane
Doug Carpenter, Kris Carpenter, Mike Kinning, Matt Kinning
3rd Place - Shot 66
Rick Onnen, Rob Mierau, Todd Ommen, John Hathaway
Megan Dreyer, Connie Strohmyer, Craig Cook, Jeff Mally
3rd Place - Shot 70
Dave Bayne, Becky Bayne, Aly Ferguson, Dusty Baker
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Fall Parade of Homes
HBAL Office • 6100 S. 58th Street, Ste. C 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. • FREE
Join us as we grill and allow us to say THANKS! Do you know someone who would benefit from membership? Bring them for lunch and the opportunity to meet other members and the HBAL Staff! Exclusive NEW MEMBER GOODIE BAGS for new members who sign up during lunch and a HELICOPTER RIDE for two will go to the HBAL member who signs up the most new members during lunch!
HBAL Board of Directors Meeting HBAL Office • 6100 S. 58th Street, Ste. C 10:30 a.m.
See the September issue of the Lincoln Business Builder to find out how you can attend for FREE!!
Nebraska Champions Club 6:00 p.m. Social • 6:30 p.m. Dinner $15 for HBAL Members • $25 for Guests
Hear from UNL, SCC-Milford and The Career Academy about their student groups, the classes and ways you can get involved.
Igniting Our Industry
YBP Hard Hat Happy Hour Interiors Joan & Associates 4131 Pioneer Woods Drive 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. Food & Drinks provided by IJA
Remodelers Council Meeting Common Thefts on Jobsites & Keeping our Businesses Safe HBAL Office • 6100 S. 58th Street, Ste. C 11:30 a.m. • Cost: $10 for lunch
Labor Day • HBAL Office Closed
Calendar of Events
Published on Aug 31, 2017