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Thank you to all who helped make the Vegas Night Home and Hearth Awards and Benefit event a smashing success!
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Planning Team
Dawn Lubben, Chairperson – Clock Mobility
April Bosworth, Companion Care Choices
Brian Harrison, AdvisaCare Home Health Care
Lia Jensen, Valpak of West Michigan
Cindy Kogelschatz, Heartland Builders LLC
Christine Kuiken-Collins, Lake Michigan Insurance Agency
Karin Kay Nelson, Sable Developing, Inc.
Amanda Wildman, TruMedia
Cory Zemaitis, EPS Security/Engineered Protection Systems

Meet Our 2016 Award Winners Below:

Home Builders Care Award |Sable Developing, Inc. ~ Bockheim Home Build
ReTwinsAllSmilescognizes an outstanding builder or re modeler whose project has met the needs of a family/homeowner with special housing n
eeds and/or a disability.

In a thriving housing market Sable didn’t have to help the Bockheim family, but because they did, the family’s twin girls who were never supposed to live are now thriving. Born 12 weeks premature, the girls weighed just over two pounds and faced on-going health challenges. Their new Sable-built home provided a safe, clean, healthy and affordable home for the entire Bockheim family to live, love and grow in.

Community Builder Award | Home Repair Services ~ Access Ramp Volunteers
Jon PeotRecognizes an outstanding builder or general contractor whose project has impacted the lives of many in the
community with special housing needs and/or a disability.

IMG_0310A core group of Home Repair Services volunteers have spent 10,000 hours volunteering to build access ramps for more than 500 families who can now safely enter and exit their homes. In rain, snow and sun they can always be counted on to be there for the disabled in our community who need their help.

Next Generation Workforce Development | Habitat for Humanity of Kent County

Recognizes an outstanding individual or organization whose efforts to develop the next generation of housing industry professionals is making a positive impact in the industry and community.

Habitat for Humanity of Kent County plays a key role in developing the next generation of housing industry professionals as they provide hands-on construction experience for students at YouthBuild/Bethany Christian Services, Grand Rapids Public Schools Academy of Design and Construction, Grand Rapids Community College M-Tech and Job Corps. Habitat for Humanity Kent will receive the Next Generation Workforce Development Award.

Do you know a group who should be nominated next year? Download the HBA Foundation 2017 Home and Hearth Awards Criteria and Nomination Form.  Deadline for submission is January 2, 2017.