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HBADE Fall Golf a Success

Our Fall Louis J. Capano Fall Golf Outing and Crab Feast was a great success last week.

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Held at Odessa National Golf Course October 3rd, 23 golf foursomes had a great day for golf – temperatures moderate, not too glaring-ly sunny, and NO rain!

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After a day of golf, a large crowd of 140 members attended the post event crab and steak feast.  Amongst great food and drinks, lots of camaraderie, mingling, and as one member told me “a great night of networking”.  Before golf prizes were announced and awarded, Kevin Kelly provided his national insight – good to hear from Kevin, as of course he will be the next NAHB Chairman of the Board – a huge feat for Kevin and little Delaware.  Then State BUILD-PAC Trustee Steve Bomberger talked a bit about BUILD PAC and their efforts.  Must have been effective, we raised a decent chunk of contributions for BUILD PAC that night.

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Thanks to all for their help and support.  First thanks to Jeff Haggerty our Golf Chair!

A big thanks to our Odessa National host Joe Capano, his hospitality and his staff were very helpful and helped the event and crab feast run smoothly

Our sponsors for the event:

ABC Supply Co. – Two Beverage Stations Sponsor

JF Sobieski Mechanical Contractors – Beverage Station Sponsor

K.C. Company – Cigar Sponsor

LC Homes – Longest Drive Sponsor and Crab Mallet Sponsor

Leon N. Weiner & Associates – Straightest Drive Sponsor

Whiteford Taylor  Preston – Golf Ball Sponsor

Tee and Hole Sign Sponsors:

ABC Supply Co.

Artisans Bank

Geo-Technology Associates

Grubb Lumber

Horty and Horty CPA’s

JFSobieski Mechanical Contractors

Morris & Ritchie Associates

Builders First Source

LC Homes

84 Lumber

And of Course our Volunteers…

Chris Herbst – Bath Kitchen and Tile

Sharon and Sherri – KC Pella

Mike Janis – RCI Printing and Graphics

John Johnson – Karins and Associates

Mark Succarotte – REMN Mortgage

Phil Dunlevy – 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty

Joe Gordon – Joe Gordon LLC

About HBA of Delaware

HBA/DE has been an integral part of the growth and economic development of the State of Delaware since 1947. HBA/DE was founded as a non-profit state affiliate of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) representing home builders and other businesses directly related to Delaware's Home Building Industry. Consisting of Builders, Remodelers and a group of diversified associate members, the Home Builders Association of Delaware strives to protect and preserve housing as a symbol of America.


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