Log Home Builders Association Celebrates 40th Anniversary

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The Log Home Builders Association of North America is celebrating 40 years of teaching the craft of building log homes. The Association offers a two-day class on building log homes from scratch. More information is available on the Association's log cabins website.

The Log Home Builders Association has been teaching students since 1965, and is now celebrating 40 years of service to log home builders and enthusiasts. The Association is dedicated to preserving the traditional craft of building log cabins from scratch and passing on the necessary skills and techniques to students from all over the world. The Association has over 45,000 members worldwide.

The Association will be celebrating with a members meeting on February 25, 2006 from 4 to 8pm. There will be special 40th anniversary prizes for members. Members should visit the website for more details.

The Log Home Builders Association offers a two-day class on building log cabins without kits. Eliminating the kit and building a log home from scratch can save the builder huge amounts of money. In addition, the use of pioneering techniques during construction can save the builder even more. Part of the Association's class focuses on pioneering techniques such as lifting logs without the use of an expensive crane.

For more information about log homes, visit the Association's web site at or call (360) 794-4469.

About The Log Home Builders Association
The Log Home Builders Association has been teaching students to build their own from scratch since 1965 and currently has over 45,000 members throughout the world.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

Media contact: Steve White, 360-794-4469

Students please visit our website, http://www.buildloghomes.org or call (360) 794-4469.

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