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2.25.2020 Team Pasco House Partners Honored with PinK Awards at Board Meeting
Posted by Nancy Martin on 2/25/2020
Team Pasco House Partners Honored with PinK Awards at Board Meeting
The Pasco School District Board of Directors presented Partner in Kindness, or “PinK”, awards to six local organizations at their meeting on February 25. Partner in Kindness awards are given to groups, organizations and individuals who donate more than $1,000 in cash, goods or services that directly benefit the students of the Pasco School District.
These community partners are all directly connected to the Team Pasco House project, which is currently working on the 22nd Team Pasco Home. Century 21 Tri-Cities has provided marketing, advertising and realtor support for the Team Pasco Home project. Creative Concrete Design has provided reduced pricing for their concrete flat work on the Team Pasco House project for more than two decades. Hayden Homes has provided reduced land prices and covered the LID costs for the 2019 and 2020 Team Pasco Home projects. Horizon Construction Systems has provided reduced pricing for their drywall and painting services for the Team Pasco House project for more than two decades. Inland Northwest Associated General Contractors of America has donated instructor time and partially covered the costs of certification cards for more than 70 Pasco students who received training in OSHA 10 workplace safety, First Aid/CPR with AED, and Fork Lift Training. Royal Roofing, Inc. has provided reduced pricing for their roofing and siding services for Team Pasco House.
Ignacio Cardenas and Mike Chavez with Royal Roofing, JB Arbogast with Horizon Construction Systems, Rees Wasney with Hayden Homes, Ivan Vera with Century 21 Tri-Cities, Duane and Mike Welch with Creative Concrete, and Joel Bouchey with Inland Northwest Associated Contractors of America all attended the meeting and were recognized by the board. A big “thank you” to these community partners for their generous commitment to our students and our community.