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When planning construction on your new home or remodeling projects for your current home, choose a professional. Builder members are licensed and insured, plus they are required to complete 8 hours of continuing education annually. Associate members work closely with our builder members to provide the latest supplies, products and services for new construction and remodeling projects. HBAWS members are easily found on the HBA online directory...

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HBAWS Member News February 2013

February New Members

Dale Akins, The Market Edge

Full House at Membership Meeting

The January 29, Membership meeting at Deacon Tower had a great turnout. There were 60+ at the CE seminar prior to the dinner. Andy Carmen, Bell Davis and Pitt, presented the new Lien Law changes that go into effect April 1, 2013. The membership dinner had over 130 attend and heard some interesting facts from Dale Akins, The Market Edge. Benny Copple was recognized for years of service and for earning 985.5 Spike Points.

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Lear n more: hbaws.org Partners with Habitat for Humanity Forsyth Co., and the Voc. Ed Programs of FTCC & WSFCS

HBA Vice President, Chris Thompson, Spike Chair, Jodi Tate, and Bennie Copple receiving Years of Service Award

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EXCLUSIVE EVENT SPONSORS Bloomday Marble & Granite Triad Home & Garden Show

BB&T

Fall Parade of Homes

Diamond Event Sponsors Carter Lumber Company Triad Home & Garden Show Preview Party

Ferguson Enterprises & McCullough Tile & Stone Tour of Fine Spaces

Pine Hall Brick

Fall Parade Golden Home Awards & Celebration

STOCK Building Supply

Fall Parade Golden Home Awards & Celebration

Platinum Event Sponsors Associate Members Committee Spring and Fall Parade Breakfast

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Signs Now

Official Printing Sponsor Triad Home & Garden Show

Gold Piedmont Natural Gas

Silver Busch Insurance | Builders Mutual Insurance Company MKT Real Estate Group / Coldwell Banker Triad, Realtors

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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE Shane Wagoner – Wagoner Homes, Inc.

THE MONSTER DUNKER! A few weeks ago, I was coaching my son’s basketball team and one of the boys became agitated because he was the first to get tagged out of a skills game we were playing. He came up to me and gave me a thorough two minute analysis about what had happened, why it happened, and how it happened. As I listened, my patience began to wear thin, but I refocused on what he was saying and realized he was planning his strategy for the next game. After logistically recognizing his options, he smiled and said “....that would give me a multiple choice!” “What?” I said, surprised that a 6 year old would be thinking this. “That would give me a multiple choice,” he said again with a big grin. Incredible! This little kid recognized that his odds of winning are always greater if he positioned himself to have more than one option. He was leaving a back door open if his other solutions didn’t work the next time he played. This kid could have a bright future in the building industry! This little boy is probably the most passive kid on the team when it comes to mixing it up with the other kids. Sounds like me at an HBA Social event. However, in his mind, he wasn’t finished. He didn’t win that particular game, but he knew there was another one coming up and he was going to try again. As he calmly sat on the sideline hiding behind his veil of deceptive innocence, he was strategizing how to be bigger, faster, and stronger for his next turn. That’s when I realized he was mentally designing his Back Board Smashing Monster Dunker ROV while plotting out the right moment to use it. Then success will be all his, and he will win it all.

Amazing, the lessons you learn from children. The common sense approach they adhere to all too often becomes distorted as we get older. Opportunities are always around the corner. We need to leave all our options on the table so we have multiple choices when the opportunity presents itself. If we don’t, we can find ourselves out of the game, for good. So, the question is, are you designing your Backboard Smashing Monster Dunker ROV? If not, you should be. Timing is everything! Speaking of timing, I want to remind everybody that the HBAWS is hosting it’s 25th Triad Home & Garden Show, February 22, 23, 24 at the LJVM Coliseum Complex - Education Building in Winston-Salem. The Original Triad Home & Garden Show is a platform of opportunity for all members of this association and the general public. There is something for everybody including builders, weekend warriors, homeowners looking for ideas, etc. Volunteers are always needed to help put the show on. Or, consider getting a booth to promote your business to thousands of potential new customers. If you are looking for a way to get involved and meet new people, this is a great way to do it! Heck, there might even be a Monster Dunker ROV there! Breathing FIRE! Your invitation to the Member’s Preview Party is in the mail! HBA Members and a guest will have an opportunity to enjoy lunch /preview the show before it opens to the public - FREE! No entry without postcard, limited to first 200 members. Preview Party sponsored by Carter Lumber Company.

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REMODELERS UPDATE David Miller, President, NAHBR, HBAWS

Thanks to Erin Hege of Prudential Carolinas Realty for her informative session on trends and forecasts for our building renovations group. It is our desire that as a council we can help each other stay informed with interesting information and current trends to better serve our members and help them stay in the forefront of our industry. Join us February 12 as we welcome Steve Guffrie, a Trex representative, to share with us current trends and options for outdoor living spaces. This should be helpful information as we assist clients in planning Spring projects to extend their living areas into the outdoors. Make plans to attend our next remodelers council meeting - we look forward to seeing you: Tuesday, February 12, 6:00pm, social time, and 6:30pm, dinner and speaker!

REMODELER’S COUNCIL MEETINGS Second Tuesday of each month 6pm - WFU Deacon Tower

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Each month HBAWS Associate Members Committee will draw names to be featured in our Social Media posts during that month. At January’s meeting, These five names were drawn: Garland Adams, Adams DesignBuild, Inc. Alan Fletcher, Alan Fletcher Construction Co., Inc. Mike Moran, High Bridge Builders, Inc. Tim Noah, Factotum NE, LLC John Quiros, J. Quiros Construction Co., Inc.

Follow HBAWS on Twitter to keep up with our posts! www.twitter.com/hbaws

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PROFESSIONAL WOMEN IN BUILDING

Tracy Moorehead, President

Our January meeting was held at Uncorked Masterpiece where we painted on canvas and ceramics and spent time catching up from the holidays and talking about our businesses. The many talents of our group were showcased at this fun event! Many years ago the Professional Women in Building started the Lewis Wilson Scholarship Fund in memory of Lewis Wilson the owner of Wilson Lighting. We award two $500 scholarships annually, one to a student at the Career Center and one to a student at Forsyth Tech. The money to fund theses scholarships comes from sales of raffle tickets (for a garden related door prize) at the Professional Women in building booth at the Triad Home and Garden Show. The 2013 goals is $1,000. Due to the economy, we have fallen short of our goal the last few years. Help us exceed this year’s goal by purchasing raffle tickets at our booth at the THGS. You can see the fantastic raffle prize at the Preview Party (Feb. 22) as well as the entire weekend of the show ( Feb. 22, 23, 24). Tickets are $1.00/each or 6/$5.00 dollars. Your purchase of raffle tickets not only supports the Professional Women in Building, but is an investment in vocational education students, the future of our building industry. Meetings are the 1st Tuesday of each month at the HBA office. To join Professional Women in Building contact Gisela: Giselal@hbaws.org or Tracy at Tracy@SolarRealty.Net. Our next meeting will be held February 5, at the HBA office, were plans will be finalized for the 2013 Triad Home and Garden Show.

Professional Women in Building Meet

First Tuesday of each month, 5:30 p.m., HBAWS Conference Room

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SPOT LIGHT

MEMBER

Smith Phillips Building Supply, est. 1880, is one of the oldest continuously running lumber yards in the Carolinas. Founded by M.D. Smith and Joe Phillips. They created a company focused on customer satisfaction, quality products, and service to the community.  In 1978 the company was purchased by current CEO and President Mickey Boles maintaining local ownership and a commitment to the principles that the original founders set forth.  Today Smith Phillips continues to proudly serve the professional contractor in the Triad and the Statesville/Lake Norman markets with two full line locations. The past few years have been very tough for our industry and especially hard on the supply side as we have seen several of the local lumber yards in our area close and many of the national players leave the market.  Smith Phillips believes we have weathered the toughest part of the storm and that 2013 will be a turning point for our local building market.  With deep roots in Winston-Salem, Smith Phillips maintains a strong foundation in the community with a commitment to service, will continue to partner with area builders as we all look to grow our businesses with the rebound in housing.  There are a lot of signs showing optimism for the near future.

Chris Yenrick, Chief Operating Office 336-399-4823, cyenrick@smithphillips.net Married 20 years this May to Sallie Boles Yenrick, Sons Ashton, age 16 and Noah age 11, Member of Knollwood Baptist Church, Reynolda Rotary, active in Old Hickory Council, Boy Scouts of America and Winston-Salem Lacrosse, Hobbies: Cycling, Swimming, Running (not so much) and Camping. Serving as Chair-Elect of the National Lumber and Building Material Dealers Association 2013 and Chair 2014.

A full line supplier of lumber and building materials, specialising in lumber, decking, millwork, windows, doors, engineered wood products, and roofing. We pride ourselves in having a full staff of qualified professionals to serve our builders with specialists in roofing, engineered wood, architectural millwork, and in-house window service technician. Smith Phillips has fielded the Hammertime Cycle Team for the last 5 yrs to participate in the Tour to Tanglewood for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.  The team is comprised of employees, builders, friends & suppliers. Open to anyone who wants to participate.  Team Hammertime has raised over $60,000 for National MS & are winners of the coveted “Best Corporate Jersey” 4 of the 5 yrs (see photos on facebook!).

TRIVIA

Facebook: www.facebook.com/spbuildingsupply Twitter: @smithphillips, www.twitter.com/smithphillips Linked In: www.linkedin.com/company/712057 Who did Smith Phillips recently form a strategic partnership with to sell Millwork, Windows, and Doors in the Greater Wilkesboro area and Carolina Mountains region? First correct answer posted to Smith Phillips facebook page wins: Smith Phillips Swag Pack 7


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SELLING OUT FAST - CALL TODAY! SHOW/EXHIBITOR INFORMATION: Booths: • 10’x10’ Regular Booth • 10’x10’ Corner Booth • Garden Area

HBAWS Member Price $795 $950 $450

Non-Member $1,100 $1,200 $450

Booth spaces include 8’ tall backdrop, 3’ or 8’ tall side rails. Electricity, and access to water can be purchased through HBAWS. Furniture and fixtures can be rented from the HOLLINS Exposition Services – rental forms will be provided upon registration. OTHER INFORMATION • $100 deposit per booth space is required at time of registration (cash, check, Visa or MasterCard). • All spaces will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis, depending on the time and date the completed application is received at the HBA office. However, please note that booth sales on the first day of registration will be handled in accordance with the guidelines set forth by the Triad Home & Garden Show Committee that are explained in item number one. • Show management reserves the right to review and approve all requests for booth space. And remember when designing your booth that no physical/visual barriers taller than 4ft. may be placed within 3ft. of the aisles to as not to intrude on neighboring booths’ visual space/design. • There are no restrictions on a company purchasing a booth next to or near a competitor in their industry. • Exhibitors from the 2012 Show will get the opportunity to register first ( August 31). If you have any questions, please call Megan Parks at the HBA office at 336.768.5942 or e-mail meganp@hbaws.org

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HBAWS QUICK REFERENCE Jerry Herman Executive Vice President jerryh@hbaws.org, 768-5818 Megan Parks Director of Operations/Member Services meganp@hbaws.org, 464-8000 efax: 336-550-4890 Beverly Hayes Communications Manager beverlyh@hbaws.org, 464-8001 Gisela Lopez Financial Manager giselal@hbaws.org, 464-8002

CONNECT WITH HBAWS ONLINE Continuing Education Classes Click here: CE Class Listing

Online Training Opportunities Click here: Online Class Listing

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Associate Members Guest Column "It is difficult to make predictions, especially about the future." -- Mark Twain.” Well, there you have it. It’s hard to know what tomorrow brings, and even harder when you’re working in the construction industry. If you’re like me you’re getting information from everywhere, some of the experts say we’re in for robust growth this year, others say it’s more of the same. At some point I think you just have to shake your head in wonder and make your own predictions. So here are some of mine for 2013: • Winston Salem and our surrounding areas are just too nice a place to live. This means we have to have new houses. This means home builders are going to be fine this year. Rick Busch is the2013 Associate Members Committee chair person and the owner of Busch Insurance Services, Inc., a local insurance agency that works with all types of construction related businesses. He represents Builders Mutual as well as many other insurance carriers who provide general liability, workers compensation and more…

• I think people are sick and tired of being sick and tired. Those folks who’ve been waiting on “around the house” projects, big and small, are going to jump into the fray this year. This means remodelers are going to be fine this year. • We’re all driving our cars longer. Instead of trading at 4 to 5 years I have lots of clients who are waiting 9 and 10 years. Cars wear out, so people need cars. This means the guys and gals selling cars are going to fine this year. • I just wrote The Home Builders Association of Winston Salem a check for my 2013 dues. As I filled in the amount I did some quick math on what return on my association membership I receive. - Access to a professional staff here in Winston Salem - Participation in Local, State and Federal Legislative issues. - The ability to network with over 450 local construction professionals, and much more. I predict 2013 is going to be terrific for our association and we’re all going to be fine this year. So here’s to the start of a great year with a great group of people. The Home and Garden Show is just around the corner and that means Springtime is really close.

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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS! BUILDERS Fletcher Construction Co., Gerald Fletcher 4504 Cotswold Rd., Pfafftown, NC 27040 336.924.1695 Custom & Spec Builder In business for: 53 years Sponsor: Alan Fletcher, Alan Fletcher Construction Robert E. Paust, Inc., Bob Paust P.O. Box 43, Bethania, NC 27010 336.918.6936 New Home Construction & Spec Builder In business for: 4 years Sponsor: John Mc Pherson, MKT Real Estate Group/Coldwell Banker Triad, REALTORS Associates: Meadows Fence, Cliff Meadows 2001 Boone Ave., Winston-Salem, NC 27103 336.722.0421 Fence Construction In business for: 21 years and 10 months Sponsor: Dick Egloff, Adams Egloff Properties, LLC

Brickey Acoustical, Inc., Eli A. Anderson, Jr. 8603 N. NC Hwy 150 Suite A Clemmons, NC 27012 336.764.5252 Commercial Drywall Subcontractor In business for: 10 years Sponsor: Al Hyatt, The Phoenix Company Reedy’s Air Conditioning & Heating Service, Inc. H. Dean Reedy 643 Brookstown Ave., Winston-Salem, NC 27101 336.725.5795 HVAC Contractor In business for: 42 years Sponsor: Roy Whitley, III, CIC, Whitley-Reavis Insurance Agency

Renewal of Lapsed Membership: Ellis Carpentry, James Ellis 1008 Lockland Ave., Winston-Salem, NC 27103 336.462.0128 Hardwood Flooring & Trim Carpenter, In business for: 4 years Sponsor: Keith Rogers, Keith Rogers Home, Inc.

Wayne G. Bailey Plumbing Co., Lisa Bailey P.O. Box 482, Lewisville, NC 27023 336.699.5168 Plumbers, In business for: 5 years Sponsor: Dennis Crews, Signature Custom Woodworking, Inc.

Change of Primary Contact: Re-Bath of the Triad, New Primary Contact : Missy Mabus Advanced Consumer Electronics, Inc., New Primary Contact: Jay Faircloth General Shale Brick, New Primary Contact: Steve Hornaday Change of Company Name: Prior Company Name: Triad Home Improvements, New Company Name: THI Inc. dba Triad Home Improvements Prior Company Name: Matthews Enterprises, LLC, New Company Name: Matthews Realty & Development, LLC

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code updates

charitable giving HBA Charitable Contributions - Charitable Contribution Pledge Form - Donate via Winston-Salem Foundation - HBAWS Community Partnerships

NAHB Construction Safety

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2012 Residential Code- Books / PDF Downloads

rebate program

The Winston-Salem Foundation is a community foundation that partners charitable people with causes that matter. All the contributed funds from our HBAWS members go through the Winston Salem Foundation. All contributions will be made to, and awarded through: The WinstonSalem Foundation/HBAWS Charitable Fund (A0569) Learn More: www.wsfoundation.org W-S Foundation 860 West Fifth Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101 phone 336.725.2382 or 866.227.1209, fax (336)727-0581

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Smith Phillips Building Supply to Partner with Millwork Industry Veterans

HAMMER & NAILS

Smith Phillips Building Supply, Inc. is pleased to announce a new strategic business partnership with Olde Towne Specialty Sales, LLC of Wilkesboro, NC, an independent sales company with a focus on custom millwork products. For more information, contact Rob Powell at rpowell@smithphillips.net or 336.722.8167.

Thanks for Renewing (JAN) Company Name

Yrs of Membership

Wilson Lighting Co., Inc. Bill Hege Carpets, Inc. Smith Phillips Building Supply BB&T McCullough Tile and Stone Meadows Fence A-P Construction Co., Inc. Pilot Floor Covering, Inc. Reece Builders & Aluminum Co., Inc. Piedmont Fence, Inc. M. J. Silmser Corporation Piedmont Disposal, Inc. Ramey, Inc. Bennett Paint Built Rite, Inc. Consolidated Landscaping, Inc. Watson Wood Works Busch Insurance NetUnlimited Cabling Solutions, LLC Imrie Design & Build LLC Southern Foods at Home Hennings Construction Company, LLC Ellis Carpentry Perfection Plus, Inc. Budget Blinds of Winston-Salem

Bill Tucker Utility Contractor - Mt Airy, Inc. Dba Tucker, Inc.

Distinctive Designs, Inc. Gateway Recovery, Inc. Scott Stone Inc Ned R. Eldridge, Inc. Potter Electric Gordon & Sons Fine Grading, Inc Facilities Maintenance Consultants, Inc.

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Jodi Tate, Spike Committee Chairman

SPIKE UPDATE “To improve is to change, to be perfect is to change often.” - Winston Churchill As I think about 2013 and my opportunities, I realize I must continue to evolve and change in order to capitalize on the doors that will open ahead. I also, know that to overcome challenges I must look for solutions and alternatives. Change is intimidating for some and downright scary for others. We all know it is inevitable, but how do we go about embracing it? I found a couple simple tips that have worked for me and I will share them with you. 1. Acknowledge your apprehension about the impending change. It is okay to feel anxious about something new. 2. Ask for help by going to someone or another resource to educate yourself about the change. 3. “This too shall pass”. Remember discomfort is temporary. 4. Move forward. Do not stay in the past hoping it will come back. 5. Find the silver lining in change. Make a list of everything positive that can happen by making the change. Adjust your attitude. Change can be is exciting if you will let it open the door to possibilities. Ask yourself today, “What’s next for me?”

SPIKE CLUB MEETS MONTHLY 1st Wednesday, 11:45am, HBA

SPIKE AWARDS

RSVP: Megan Parks 336-768-5942

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Alan Fletcher Alan Fletcher Construction Co. Spike Member Pin Flake Steele Pine Hall Brick Spike Member Pin Shane Wagoner Wagoner Homes / Hubbard Realty Spike Member Pin Chris Thompson PCI Builders / A+ Ready Restrooms Spike Member Pin Dennis Crews Signature Cust. Woodworking, Inc. Green 75 Spike Pin Rich Achor ARENA Builders Green 75 Spike Pin John McPherson MKT RE Group, Coldwell Banker Red Spike Pin Rick Busch Busch Insurance Red Spike Pin Steve Murdock Murdock Insurance Services Red Spike Pin Angela Kalamaras Allen Tate Realtors Red Spike Pin Jim Caudle Kitchen Vision Royal Spike Pin Kathy Sexton Hall Insurance Assoc. Royal Spike Pin Benny Copple Service Award Years of Service

6 points 6 points 6 points 6 points 75 points 75 points 100 points 100 points 100 points 100 points 200 points 200 points 985.5 points


TIME to RENEW -FEBRUARYABC Supply Co., Inc. – Winston Salem ABC Supply Co., Inc. - Greensboro Adams DesignBuild, Inc. Addressing Spaces Beeson Hardware Co. Bell, Davis & Pitt, P.A. Builders Mutual Insurance Co. Builders Mutual Insurance Co. Coldwell Banker Triad, REALTORS Country Junction CW Myers Trading Post, Inc Elite Living, LLC Energy Solutions Exquisite Granite & Marble Fence Builders, Inc. Griffith & Thomas Construction Co, LLC Home Real Estate Company Homes by Jonathan Lee, Inc. Houck Residential Designers J. Quiros Construction Company, Inc. J. Westmoreland Inc. Jeff D. Pegg Johnson Paintin’ Co. Knight Topline Heating & Cooling, Inc. LA Bonilla Painting Maplestone Construction, LLC Mathis Home Improvements Molina Masonry Murdock Insurance Services OD3 Construction Parks Chevrolet Parksite Pereas General Construction Pillar Homes Plyler Supply Co., Inc.

QFC, Inc. Reliable Builders, Inc. & Reliable Property Services Renew- It- Master Renewal by Andersen of the Triad RL Riddle Construction, LLC Roundtable Homes, LLC Samnaz, Inc. Signs Now STOCK Building Supply Superior Walls of NC TMS Tri-City Plumbing Co. Tyndall Wiring Vulcan Materials Company Wallburg Mulch Sand & Gravel, Inc.

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H B AW S B O A R D Officers PRESIDENT 1st V-PRES 2nd V-PRES SECRETARY TREASURER PAST PRESIDENT

NCHBA Directors

Shane Wagoner (B) Chris Thompson (B) Bob Vaughn (A) Angela Kalamaras (A) Mike Hayes (A) Steve McSwain (B)

Shane Wagoner Rick Tozier

Chris Thompson Kathy Craven-Snodgrass

ALTERNATES: Herschel Redding

Ron Ricci

NAHB Directors Shane Wagoner Paul Mullican

Steve MCSwain

NAHB LIFE DIRECTOR Kathy Craven-Snodgrass Herschel Redding ALTERNATES: Richard Alexander Keith Rogers

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2013 Directors (2 Year Term)

Stephen Mabe (B) Nathan Myers (A) Hershel Redding (A) Stan Senft (B)

Austin McGuire (B) Ron Ricci (B) Keith Rogers (B)

The following members will serve the 2nd year of a 2 year term on our Board of Directors in 2013: Rich Achor (B) Darren Binkley (B) Susan Maier-Colon (A) Sam Morgan (B) Zack Rothrock (B) Barry Wilson (A)

Richard Alexander (B) Gregg Blevins (A) John McPherson (A) Keely Richardson (A) Paul Williams (A)

2013 Council Presidents / Committee Chair David Miller (B), President, Remodelers Council Tracy Moorehead (A), President, Professional Women in Building Council Rick Busch (A), Chairperson, Associate Members Committee

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS FEBRUARY 5 5:30 p.m., Professional Women in Building HBA Office FEBRUARY 6 11:45 p.m., Spike Committee HBA Office FEBRUARY 7 12:00 a.m. - AMC Monthly Meeting HBAWS Conference Room FEBRUARY 12 6:00 p.m., Remodelers Council Meeting WFU Deacon Tower FEBRUARY 22 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. THGS Preview Party LJVM Coliseum Complex - Education Bldg. Members Only Must Present Postcard Invite FEBRUARY 22, 23, 24 Triad Home & Garden Show LJVM Coliseum Complex - Education Bldg FEBRUARY 25 3:30 p.m., Triad Green Builders Council Magnolia Manor FEBRUARY 26 Board of Directors Meeting HBA Office

SAVE THE DATE FEBRUARY 22, 12 - 2pm Triad Home & Garden Show Member Preview Party

LJVM Coliseum Annex - Education Bldg.

MARCH 5 5:30 p.m., Professional Women in Building HBA Office MARCH 6 12:00 p.m., Spike Committee HBA Office MARCH 12 6:00 p.m., Remodelers Council Meeting WFU Deacon Tower MARCH 14 12:00 a.m. - AMC Monthly Meeting Location TBD MARCH 19 Board of Directors Meeting HBA Office

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CO N TI NUING E DUC ATION Advanced Green Building: Building Science February 4 - 5 | Raleigh, NC Description: NAHB Deisgnation Course - Master CGP, Michael CHandler, Master CGP Date: February 4, 5, 2013 Location: Raleigh HBA Office City: Raleigh, NC Time: Mon., February 4 & Tues., February 5, 8:30am - 5:00pm Contact Info Lynn Nacewicz: 919-493-8899 or email Lynn

Made in America, Building Products Buying Show February 5 - 7 | High Point, NC Description: Estimating Clinic, CE Seminars, Meetings, Reception and more! Date: February 5 - 7, 2013 Location: Showplace City: High Point, NC Time: Tues., 8am - 5:30pm, Weds., 7:30am - 6:30pm, Thurs., 7am - 2:30pm Pre-Reg/Registration email Kathy or call 704-331-9663, email Cindy or call 804-758-9311 Hotel Reservations: High Point Plaza Hotel & Conf. Center, 336-885-2737, Group Rate $98/night Registration Form Download and print Seminar & Event Registration Form Schedule of Events Download and print Schedule of Events

Upcoming CE Seminars listed on HBAWS website: http://www.hbaws.org/ceseminars.html

Tune in to WSJS, AM60, Saturdays: 9 - 10am for Real Estate Radio with John McPherson & Wendy Taylor, and 11am - 12pm for Around the House with Erik Anderson. For more information about these two building industry related shows, visit the WSJS website: http://www.wsjs.com/Article.asp?id=595967

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