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Marketplace Events is very excited to bring the CHA Craft SuperShow Section to the Deseret News Fall Home Show and we are confident that the CHA Craft SuperShow Section will complement our existing show and provide attendees with a richer, overall experience," explained Tom Baugh, CEO, Marketplace Events.
Eric Henley, a 32-year-old resident of the South Side's Harold Ickes Homes, was arrested by CHA police officers for a common offense in the city's public housing developments: drug possession.
The CHA 2011 Winter Conference featured business and craft education and provided attendees with unlimited access to all seminars, workshops, and special events for only $25 pre-sale/$50 onsite (an approximate $250 value).
So far the CHA has not responded to most of the reports, Wheelock said.
CHA INNOVATION AWARD WINNER - Lesley Riley's Tap Transfer Artist Paper by C&T Publishing
The streamlined CHA Craft SuperShow Section will differ slightly from the original Craft SuperShow in that the Section area is composed of 50 - 100 exhibitors opposed to being its own event with craft education being offered as in-booth instruction only.
These issues will have lasting consequences for CHA residents, and the clock is ticking.
Jim Scatena, President & Chief Executive Officer of FloraCraft Corporation, was named as the 2010 recipient of the CHA Meritorious Award of Honor.
The note's lack of a "vision" unintentionally illustrates a critical difficulty in shaping the future of public housing--working toward a vision shared by the city, the CHA and the residents.
LOS ANGELES -- Lizbeth Erazo, 30, today delivered identical twin boys at 36 weeks via C-Section at CHA Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center.
Focus on Education Spurs Renaming of the CHA Winter Show