CLC Leadership-LINK, News & Information from AGC's Building Division. 18, 2016
Volume 4, Issue 2
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Want to Be a Good Leader? Don’t Be Afraid to Seek Wisdom from Others
Contributed by Mark Knight, President of AGC and Foothill Construction
AIA-AGC Joint Committee Meeting
Contributed by Robert G. Barfield, AIA,NCARB, CDT, Director of Architecture at Hall Architects, Inc. and Hall Building Information Group in Charlotte, NC
2016 CLC Scholarship Recipient
Contributed by Blake Stalnaker
CLC Chapter Highlights
Austin Chapter AGC
The Builders Association, Chicago, IL AGC Chapter
AGC of Michigan
AGC Nebraska
AGC New Mexico
AGC of South Dakota
AGC of Western Kentucky
National AGC Resources
Workforce Development Scholarship Application Available
Application Available for 2016 Outstanding Student Chapter Contest
CLC Leadership
Doug Tabeling
Smith Currie & Hancock, LLP
Atlanta, GA
Vice Chair
Ryan Snow
Modern Railway Systems
Salt Lake City, UT
Sarah Miller
The Lane Construction Group
Charlotte, NC
ELC Liaison
Phil Thoden
Austin Chapter of AGC of America
Austin, TX
Staff Liaisons
Sarah Gallegos
AGC of America
Arlington, VA
Paige Packard
AGC of America
Arlington, VA
CLC Chapter Highlights
AGC of Western Kentucky
Turkey Shoot/Ground Blind Fundraiser…Supporting the Industry

The AGC of Western Kentucky’s CLC recently held a turkey shoot and ground blind auction on March 19, 2016, to support local high school vocational carpentry programs and the construction engineer program at Murray State University.  Current state funding for high school vocational programs is at an all-time low.  The CLC provided funding ($700 each) to five local high school vocational carpentry programs to construct ground blinds to be auctioned off to AGC members.  Carpentry students were required to design, construct and provide pictures and descriptions of their blinds to be posted online at the AGC chapter website for a silent auction.  Schools competed against each other to receive the highest bid amount.  The top two schools with the highest bid for their blind received a percentage of the total auction amounts.   The first place winner was awarded $300 and the second place school received $150 for their efforts.  An additional $750 was raised on the day of the turkey shoot and, along with proceeds from a shotgun raffle, went towards supporting the construction engineering program at Murray State University. CLC members came away with a greater understanding of the importance of giving back to their own industry.   Return to Top

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