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ProBuild is Business of the Year

ProBuild is the district's 2016-2017 Business of the Year! Pictured: back row—Superintendent Linda Quinn, School Board Members Candice Wilson, Ellie Baader, Hugh Foulke and Kevin Erickson; front row—Windward High School Principal Kim Hawes, School Board Member Mason Waller, Windward High School Student Cass Reschke, ProBuild General Manager Jeannie Frank and Windward High School Teacher Chris Perkins
ProBuild is the district’s 2016-2017 Business of the Year! Pictured: back row—Superintendent Linda Quinn, School Board Members Candice Wilson, Ellie Baader, Hugh Foulke and Kevin Erickson; front row—Windward High School Principal Kim Hawes, School Board Member Mason Waller, Windward High School Student Cass Reschke, ProBuild General Manager Jeannie Frank and Windward High School Teacher Chris Perkins

 

Probuild has been recognized as the district’s 2016-2017 Business of the Year!

With assistance from Probuild, Windward High School was able to build a garden and rehab an existing greenhouse on the school’s property. Probuild donated lumber and provided discounts on other building materials that were used to construct the new garden.

Over 40 Windward High School students participated in this project. Students are growing vegetables which they plan to harvest and donate to the Ferndale Food Bank. Other funding for the project was provided by two grants from Points of Light.

A huge THANK YOU to Probuild and its General Manager Jeannie Frank for partnering with Windward High staff and students on this mission of community service.

For more information:
Windward High School Principal Kim Hawes, 360.383.9289, kim.hawes@ferndalesd.org
Director of Communications Tammy Bengen, 383.9207, tammy.bengen@ferndalesd.org