Sandy Griffis is the Executive Director of Yavapai County Contractors Association. For more information visit: https://ycca.org
Twenty-eight fabulous young adults exited the first week of the YCCA Job Readiness Boot Camp with smiles and high-fives, and I left the building with a glorious smile in my heart.
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Excitement, anticipation, thrill, all of these feelings and more when YCCA opened the doors to our Job Workforce Bootcamp on Monday, Jan. 7.
Happy New Year! It is never too late. Every day, people pass up opportunities to make a difference in our community.
At least three to four times a month I receive calls from homeowners asking for the number to verify utility lines on their property.
While I am a firm believer in the power of positive thinking, I also realize that it has been an extremely tough year for many Americans, and our own community of families and friends.
As a trusted resource for our local contractors, tradesmen and citizens in our communities, I often receive phone calls and/or emails from business owners unrelated to the trades or construction and more directed to business operation and management.
This past week there were three phone calls relating to “water hammers” and three phone calls asking about how to replace broken garage door windows. Let’s talk water hammers first.
There have been several calls over the past month from homeowners inquiring about various remodeling components to improve their home.
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This last weekend, our guest on “Hammer Time” (YCCA’s talk show on KQNA) was the delightful Christy Board, our area’s Certified Bath and Kitchen Designer.
The Thanksgiving holiday, above all others, brings to my mind so many different thoughts.