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HBACF News and Events

HBACF Information, News and Events

Construction Run 5K Walk-Run 2017 - October 14th

The HBA Charitable Foundation (HBACF) is ready to roll with the Construction Run 5K Walk-Run 2017 scheduled for 8am, October 14th at the Frisco Highline Trail in Willard. Entry fee after September 14th is $35/person. You can SIGN UP NOW by going to hbags.info/hbacf5k2017, or call the HBA office to register (417.881.3711). This event is the primary fundraising event for the HBACF ... Read More

Smoke Alarms Donation 2017 - Home Builders for Fire Safety

The HBA Charitable Foundation will make its largest Smoke Alarms Donation to date to local area fire departments as a part of the Home Builders For Fire Safety Campaign. In an effort to reach smaller, rural fire departments with tighter budgets, the HBA Charitable Foundation is donating these smoke alarms to Republic, Fair Grove, Willard, ... Read More

Construction Run 5K UPDATE 2017 - HBACF

LOOKING FOR RUNNERS,WALKERS & SPONSORS!! The HBA Charitable Foundation (HBACF) is hard at work planning this year’s Construction Fun Run scheduled for 8am, October 14th at the Frisco Highline Trail in Willard. Early Bird Entry Fee is $25/person until September 14th. If you register after September 14th, the entry fee is $35/person. You can SIGN ... Read More

Second Annual Construction Run 2017 - 5K Walk/Run for HBACF - SIGN UP!

The second annual HBACF Construction Run will be October 14th, 2017 at the Ozark Greenway Frisco Highline Trail. DATE: Saturday, October 14, 2017 CHECK-IN: 7am RACE: 8am LOCATION: Starts at Willard Middle School - Ozark Greenway Frisco Highline Trail REGISTRATION: Click Here to Register $25 Early Registration (before Sept 15) $35 Late Registration (after Sept 14). Includes ... Read More

Smoke Alarms Donations to Help Save Lives - Home Builders for Fire Safety

The HBA Charitable Foundation partnered with Metro Appliances & More, Meek’s – The Builder’s Choice, Krueger Geothermal Systems and Quality Masonry to donate more than 800 dual ionization smoke alarms with batteries. Representatives from Logan-Rogersville, Republic, Ozark, Nixa, Willard, Fair Grove, Ebenezer, Strafford and Battlefield accepted donated smoke alarms on behalf of their fire departments on Tuesday, ... Read More