HCHBA

MADISONVILLE, Ky. (4/21/18) — The 27th Annual Home, Garden and Outdoor Living Show featuring more than 60 vendors also provided fun activities Friday and today at the Ballard Convention Center in Madisonville.

Home Show Director Debbie Todd said there are two convention halls full of the latest products and services for the home and garden, building materials, furniture, flooring, cabinets, garage doors, home decor, security systems, kitchenware and realtor/insurance services, to name a few.

Contractors were available to answer questions for those working on building projects. Madisonville Police Department and Medical Center Ambulance Service hosted active shooter safety seminars Friday and Saturday. Children participated in Lego house building contests, with prizes awarded to the first-place winners in addition to face painting by Central High School dance team. Visitors go to play Wii bowling that was hosted by Bowl for Kids’ Sake.

The two-day event offered a number of giveaways including raffles for a wheelbarrow of tools valued at $1,000 and a 49-inch 4K TV. Hopkins County Homebuilders association accepted registration for a $1,000 college scholarship.

As always, students from MadisonvilleNorth Hopkins and Hopkins County Central high schools were offering plants and flowers for sale.

“If anybody wants to do something inside or outside their home, this is the place to be,” Todd said. “There is literally something for the entire family.”

27th Annual Home, Garden and Outdoor

The Hopkins County Home Builders Association is a nonprofit trade organization that consists of both builder and associate members (associate members are subcontractors, suppliers, financial/insurance services, utility companies, furniture/home décor companies, pest control, etc.). Their primary purpose is to provide quality housing for the community, assist members in promoting their businesses and monitoring and lobbying legislative issues affecting the building industry.
The HCHBA offers annual scholarships and regularly supports Habitat for Humanity and Build a Bed Project in providing beds for school children in need. The HBA is always looking for members to join. For more information, visit www.hopkinscountyhba.com or contact Debbie Todd at (270) 841-7728.

Tammy Holloway
SurfKY News Reporter
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