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We recently donated to Food for the Poor, a non-profit organization that uses donated resources to assist some of the least fortunate and poorest in the world.

Food for the Poor has created a unique system for donations by giving items that continue to provide resources to the local communities for years to come. Some of the items that we donated this year were fruit trees, chicks to provide eggs, goats to provide milk, and piglets for reproduction and future consumption.

We support Food for the Poor because over 95% of our donations goes directly to those who need it! We are very blessed here in this country, and we want to help the least fortunate.

To learn more about or to donate to Food for the Poor, visit them online at http://www.foodforthepoor.org/
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We completed a Twin Cities municipal park late last week and are grateful we were chosen to build this space for the community.
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Moving Beyond Paper

We’re using 3D Virtual Reality to design Mallards Restaurant at Lighthouse Lofts. This is the future of architecture. We’re able to go into a space that doesn’t even exist, yet!

Special thanks to Nat Shea at Tanek : Architecture & Design for providing this unique technology.
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We're proud of the Lakes Center for Youth and Families and all they do for our youth and community. Black Tie Blue Jeans is always a great event that helps raise funds and awareness of the program. Our team had a blast, especially in the photo booth!
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This week, our residential team had the opportunity to gather more industry knowledge through the MN Multi Housing Association’s 2017 Fall Convention & Products Show and the HUD TODAY 2017 class taught by Mary Ross.

Everyone is excited to apply all they learned to create an excellent customer experience. We always welcome opportunities like these, which help us exceed customer expectations.
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Several members from our development and brokerage team attended this year’s MNCAR EXPO hosted by the Minnesota Commercial Association of Real Estate at the Minneapolis Depot.

Our team shared with attendees the projects that Gaughan Construction and Development are working on. They also learned about the ventures of the 70 other exhibitors and broker members. Our team is always looking for ways in which they can better serve clients.
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Our VP of Commercial Accounts, Lucas Gaughan, was recently published in the Heartland Real Estate Business magazine. He commented on the retail market in Minneapolis and the growth that the Twin Cities has seen in the last few years. Check out the article for more! http://bit.ly/2yIOqDk
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The Gaughan Association Management team attended Community Associations Institute - MN Chapter's annual law seminar this week. Our managers participated in sessions on bankruptcy, security cameras, governing documents, statutes of limitations, trending legal topics, such as emotional support animals, rental regulations and smoking restrictions, and recent changes to MCIOA.
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We would like to extend our congratulations and a warm welcome to Compass Early Learning, our newest tenant! Their grand opening was held on Tuesday, October 3, and was a great success!

Located in Coon Rapids, this is the first location for the early childhood education center. They are currently enrolling children from infants to preK. Each room at the center has a focus on a different subject, including Music and Movement, S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), Art and Dramatic Play. The children will rotate to different rooms for experience with each subject and will have a homeroom to come back to. By doing this, they will have a sense of routine and will be able to develop social skills and friendships with the others in their homeroom.

The owners, Amy Steiner and Ginger Olson, both have backgrounds in early childhood learning and are passionate about providing a stable and well-rounded learning environment for children. Both owners grew up in Coon Rapids, so this location is dear to their hearts. Amy said, “It felt like coming home.”

To learn more about Compass Early Learning, visit their website at www.compassearlylearningmn.com.
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