Photos of the Day 07/21/11
Local builders spent this week putting the final touches on seven new houses being prepped for the annual Parade of Homes showcase.
The event kicks off at 11 a.m. today at the Moongate subdivision in the Felida area. It is sponsored by Northwest Natural Gas Co. and hosted by the 700-member Clark County Building Industry Association. The group will highlight a variety of houses equipped with the latest building materials and techniques, said Jim Beriault, the association’s promoter. He expects at least 10,000 visitors to attend.
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Jose Abraham, left, and Socorro Garduno of G2 Landscaping plant flowers at a home that will be featured in the annual Parade of Homes.
The Moongate subdivision is the focus of this year’s Parade of Homes.
Terry Hansen Leibenguth, a decorative painter for home builders for the past 17 years, uses a fine art brush to highlight stencil patterns in a master bedroom ahead of the Parade of Homes opening.
Top: Jose Abraham, left, and Socorro Garduno of G2 Landscaping plant flowers at a home featured in the Parade of Homes. Right: Craig Moody, left, and Chris Wall — owners of Northwest Classic Homes — built a house for the Parade of Homes.
Ron Stone, owner of Built Stout Construction of Washougal, attaches a fascia decorative wrap on a deck ahead of the start of the Parade of Homes this weekend.