NAA welcomes new affiliates in Hawaii, Mississippi.
Washington Affiliate Names AE
Lola Franklin, CAE, was named Association Executive for the Washington Multi-Family Housing Association, in Kent, Wash. Franklin is a career association executive, having started in 1979 as CEO with Skagit County Association of Realtors, then Santa Barbara Association of Realtors and SeattleKing County Association of Realtors.
Franklin served as Executive Director for the Washington Funeral Directors for 10 years and was most recently CEO for the Central Washington Home Builders Association. She is a graduate of the Institutes for Organizational Management and earned her certified association designation in 1991 from the American Society of Association Executives. Franklin holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from Central Washington University and has done graduate work at San Jose State University.
Darla White, who served as Interim Executive Director, will serve as Franklin's assistant.
NAA/NMHC Raffle Harley-Davidson
To benefit the AIA-ICC Bob Fowler Memorial Scholarship Fund, NAA/NMHC helped fund the purchase of a Harley-Davidson Dyna Glide Low Rider motorcycle, which will be raffled Sept. 27 at the International Code Council's Annual Conference in Detroit. Entrants do not need to be present to win.
Fowler was a building official, engineer, architect and one of the founding fathers of the International Code Council (ICC). He passed away in August 2001.
Proceeds from ticket sales for the raffle will go to the scholarship fund. The bike is black with red trim color and chrome spoke wheels. It is very similar to the bike that Fowler cherished. Only 3,000 tickets, priced at $25, will be available for this drawing, and the contribution per ticket is tax deductible. Those who purchase tickets with a postmark before Aug. 15 are eligible to win a matching leather motorcycle jacket.
To purchase a raffle ticket, please contact NMHC's Ron Nickson at 202/974-2327 or at email@example.com.
UNITS Wins Writing Award
UNITS magazine earned a Silver EXCEL Award from the Society of National Association Publications (SNAP) for the September 2004 UNITS feature article, "Conserving Resources: One Owner's Strategy," by NAA Manager of Communications Jeanine Gajewski.
The article featured Iowa apartment owner Keith Denner who employs innovative utility conservation techniques at his Des Moines community.
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|Date:||Aug 1, 2005|
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