Professional Remodeler Magazine Announces 40 Under 40 Class of 2014 — PLANO, Texas, July 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ —
“I thought there was stress for running a restaurant, but this is a lot. We miss our customers. It’s hard turning them away every day.” Bob Bakken is a staff writer for the DeSoto Times-Tribune.
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The 2014 class was chosen from more than 100 applicants and joins the previous 120 recipients of the 40 Under 40 franchise thatProfessional Remodelerlaunched in 2011. This distinguished class is diverse in its professional and personal interests, along with its commitment to service in professional societies and philanthropic organizations, such as Habitat for Humanity. These next-generation remodeling leaders are owners, kitchen and bath designers, directors, presidents and vice presidents in remodeling businesses that range from large, multi-million-dollar firms to smaller operations with annual revenues in the neighborhood of $500,000.
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How can you help? Wish list from local nonprofit organizations, July 20
If interested in volunteering, call 262-898-2742. Items may be dropped off at Lincoln Lutheran of Racine, 2000 Dominic Drive, second floor. Items we could use: Plates, cups, bowls, napkins, plastic forks, spoons, knives, moist wipes and hot plates Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast Volunteer Girl Scout Troop leaders Short-term program volunteers Group adviser for fourth- and fifth-graders, and sixth- and 12th-graders leadership groups Professional photographer to capture Girl Scouts events To volunteer, contact Tracy Wayson at 1-800-565-GIRL (4475) or via email at: TWayson@gswise.org Small World Montessori School Child-sized wooden furniture Interesting cultural or historical items Donations may be dropped off at the school or mailed to the school at 1008 High St., Racine, WI 53402. Call the school at 262-632-6797 to make other arrangements or for more information.
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Couple turn old hospital into loft apartment | Hillsboro Star-Journal | July 23, 2014
Both bathrooms are finished in tile and granite countertops. They plan to frame mirrors with salvaged wood. Tall, south-facing windows in both the study and the living room will have window seats. Granite countertops, a refrigerator, and a 650-pound gas stove have been installed in the open kitchen. The master bedroom includes a vaulted ceiling while the ceilings in guest bedrooms are tall enough to reach three bunks high, Rachel said. Trim and doors, shelving, light fixtures and switches, sinks, and toilets still need to be installed. A portion of tin will be fitted into a ceiling recess near the apartments back door in homage to the original ceiling.
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