Stillwater News Press


April 15, 2009

SHBA Home and Garden show

The 20th annual Home and Garden show was attended by almost 4,000 people eager to beautify and fortify local real estate. The event is sponsored by the Stillwater Home Builders Association. It took place at the Payne County Expo Center located at State Highway 51 and Fairgrounds Road.

Several awards were given to standout participants.

The Best of Show and Corporate awards went to the City of Stillwater. According to the city Web page, this is the third consecutive year the City has won in the Best Corporate category. Stillwater committee members included park planner and committee chair Eve Morgan. Committee members included Shannon Cox, Larry Devers, Paula Dennison, Patty Evans, Stephanie Gudgel, Gloria Short, Sue Busch, Susan Hall, Lou Ann Snoddy and Fern Broyles and Ron Jones.

The Best of Builders and Suppliers award went to B & L Heating & A/C. The Best of Exterior and Interior Living was awarded to OK Structures and Furniture Showcase, respectively.

Two Wii gaming and two Blue Ray systems were awarded to other attendees as door prizes during the event.

The next Home Builders highlight event will be the Tour of Homes on June 6 -7. During the promotional period of June 6 and July 1, one lucky winner will be awarded a $5,000 cash prize to be given away after closing to the first person to sign a contract for a house on the tour, said Home and Garden coordinator Brenda Marlow.

According to the Web site, the Home Builders Association of Stillwater is a professional organization that represents area individuals and companies dedicated in the provision of quality housing and industry services.

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