A small but mighty AIA painting crew descended on Lifelines Counseling Services last weekend to pitch in to help them refresh their lobby and children’s zone. Thanks to Nic Gray, Louis Tooker and Steve Stone for giving up their Saturday to help out in the community and thanks to the Chapter for sponsoring the workday[…]
Congratulations to Mobile’s newest Architects Lauren Arington and Kathleen Huffman. Both Lauren and Kathleen have completed their ARE, so be sure to reach out to them at the next meeting to say hi.
Keena Miles from Auburn University was the recipient of the 2015 AIA Mobile/ National Component Matching Grants Program Scholarship, awarding him $2,000 towards his tuition. His mother was on hand at the Christmas Party in December to accept on his behalf. A note from our 2015 Scholarship recipient: Dear Nicholas Gray and members of[…]
October’s chapter meeting and networking extravaganza will be sponsored by Knoll Ashley Vogt will be on hand with his 1hr CEU will be entitled “Modernism” Thursday, October 20th at noon | Original Oyster House on the causeway
Congratulations go out to AIA Mobile member L. Craig Roberts for the publishing of his new book Mardi Gras in Mobile. If you are interested in purchasing the book, click here for the Amazon link. A perfect gift for anyone! Also- if you’d like a signed copy, please let us know and we can get[…]
AIA Mobile would like to congratulate Keena Miles of Mobile, who was the recipient of AIA Mobile’s and the AIA National Matching Grants Program’s 2015 Scholarship. Keena received a $2,000 scholarship towards her education in Architecture at Auburn. We wish Keena the best as he completes her education and we look forward to following her career! Keena’s[…]
The chapter held another Saturday workday on the 25th, which turned out to be a success despite the lower than expected turnout due to having to reschedule from the previous week. Either way, the entire crew was crazy efficient and the 5 1/2 folks knocked out 3 large raise beds, two potting tables, set two[…]
Kudos to everyone who came out last year to pitch on on the various service projects. For its efforts, the Chapter was nominated and called out for outstanding service by HandsOn South Alabama. Fine work to all. More service projects to come in 2013 for sure.
A very heartfelt thank you to everyone who helped out our less fortunate neighbors by bringing in some canned good this summer for our can drive. Sad however, that with a Chapter of 60 members and 20 affiliates that we only saw a handful of individuals reach into their cabinets and grab a couple cans[…]
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