Building Industry Association members support VFW project

The Vancouver VFW will be getting a newly built pavilion courtesy of the Clark County Veterans Court Advisory Board thanks to a grant from the Cowlitz Tribe

VANCOUVER – The Building Industry Association of Clark County (BIA) is proud to support veterans. As such, the BIA’s golden shovels – typically used in the groundbreaking ceremony for the NW Natural Parade of Homes – made an appearance at the Vancouver’s Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Center.

The Vancouver VFW will be getting a newly built pavilion courtesy of the Clark County Veterans Court Advisory Board thanks to a grant from the Cowlitz Tribe. Photo courtesy of Building Industry Association of Clark County
The Vancouver VFW will be getting a newly built pavilion courtesy of the Clark County Veterans Court Advisory Board thanks to a grant from the Cowlitz Tribe. Photo courtesy of Building Industry Association of Clark County

The Vancouver VFW will be getting a newly built pavilion courtesy of the Clark County Veterans Court Advisory Board thanks to a grant from the Cowlitz Tribe. Additionally, the following BIA members have donated labor, materials, and/or funds to help build the pavilion: 

  • Arrow Timber Framing
  • CalPortland
  • DeWils Industries
  • Terra Technics LLC

“Supporting community projects such as the VFW Pavilion is one of the many ways our members give back to the community. It’s no secret that the housing market is hot right now, and for our members to take time out of their busy schedules to support veterans that have sacrificed so much for our country is nothing short of incredible,” stated BIA’s Executive Director Avaly Scarpelli.

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