The Metro Omaha Builders Association (MOBA, www.moba.com) celebrated another successful year at their annual holiday party. They celebrated the accomplishments of the MOBA Professional Women’s Council, who raised $710 for MOBA’s Women Pursuing the Trades scholarship.
In addition, the association honored Marc Stodola, owner and president of Charleston Homes, and his induction into the MOBA Hall of Fame. Mark Bowder, program facilitator for Builders of the Future received the MOBA service award.
The Metro Omaha Builders Association was chartered in 1946 and is a not-for-profit organization that was established to promote and protect the home building industry. MOBA members are builders/developers and their trade partners who are dedicated to preserving integrity through high professional standards and sound business practices in the industry. For more information, visit www.moba.com, or contact MOBA at (402) 333-2000.