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4/19/2017
Annual Safety Awards Breakfast

5/18/2017
Demystifying the Power of LinkedIn for Contractors

6/30/2017
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CONSTRUCTION
COMEDY CORNER 

Business Meeting Joke

A man with a nagging secret
couldn't keep it any longer.
In the confessional he admitted
that for years he had been
stealing building supplies
from the lumberyard where
he worked.

"What did you take?" his priest
asked. "Enough to build my own
house and enough for my son's
house. And houses for our two
daughters and our cottage
at the lake."

"This is very serious," the
priest said. "I shall have to
think of a far-reaching
penance. Have you ever
done a retreat?" "No, Father,
I haven't," the man replied.
"But if you can get the plans,
I can get the lumber."