Promoting Excellence. Supporting Success.

For more than four decades, the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) has provided the benchmark for leading edge education, professional standards and ethics, and directional leadership for the worldwide kitchen and bath industry. Make the most of your membership by taking advantage of the resources and educational opportunities provided through the NKBA website, monthly meetings, and community activities. Our continued growth depends upon your professional support and participation in chapter activities, decision-making, leadership, and volunteer efforts.

Announcements

KBIS 2018

KBIS 2018 is in Orlando, January 9-11.  Get information here:  https://www.kbis.com/

Holiday Fundraiser Raffle

Tuesday, December 5th, 5:30-8:00pm, Proceeds Benefit Join JOIN has needs for the following hygiene Items:  Shampoo – large or small size, Conditioner – large or small size, African American hair care products, Feminine Products, Razors & Shaving Cream, Soap (bar and...

Next Chapter Meeting November 16th

Chapter meeting scheduled for November 16th, 5:30pm at Salvage Works. Registration...

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1 week ago

National Kitchen & Bath Association - Columbia River Chapter

Thank you to Hali, Preston and everyone at Salvage Works for making our November meeting a successful event last night. We loved all that wood in the workshop/ warehouse behind-the-scenes tour! Also, we were so glad to bring back Paula Kennedy CMKBD, CLIPP for the Kitchen Wastes Food presentation. Who knew you could regrow lettuce?!?!
Thank you to all the guests, students and members that came out last night!
Thank you to Molly Murphy for the great photos!
#nkbapdxpro #salvageworks
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3 weeks ago

National Kitchen & Bath Association - Columbia River Chapter

November 16th Chapter Meeting at Salvage Works with Paula C Kennedy
from 5:30-8:00pm. Register today at www.nkbaoregon.org

NKBA Spoiler Alert! Kitchens waste foodNovember 16, 2017, 6:00pmNational Kitchen & Bath Association - Columbia River Chapter-By Paula Kennedy CMKBD
Kitchens are not designed with food preservation in mind. Storage, yes, but it's surprisingly lacking in proper preservation methods. There is a fair amount of produce that is not supposed to be stored in the refrigerator. Are you tired of throwing away food as I am? Did you know tomatoes are sensitive to chill injury? Did you know you shouldn't store your bananas next to your spinach or potatoes?
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NKBA Spoiler Alert! Kitchens waste food

 

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If you're going to that I'd love to have you take notes for me

I'm GIVING the CEU! =)

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