Winner to Receive $2,500 Scholarship
Sisters, Ore.—Hayden Homes announces today a new opportunity for the youth of Sisters Country to contribute to the region’s vibrant arts scene. Building on last year’s successful showing of art in the Village at Cold Springs model home, Hayden Homes will sponsor a new contest for high school juniors and seniors this spring.
Hayden Homes earns top honor in Oregon Business “100 Best Companies to Work For” REDMOND, Ore. — Hayden Homes was honored with first place in the large companies category for Oregon Business Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For.” The 100 Best list recognizes companies for excellence in benefits and compensation, work environment, decision-making and … read more “Hayden Homes Named The #1 Best Place to Work in Oregon”
Construction began on a new 3,200 square-foot convent for St. Francis Church. Hayden Homes, the Parish community and numerous partners have come together to build this new convent, the first in Central Oregon in 58 years. The new convent will be the residence of the Salesian Sisters of St. John Bosco who will be arriving from Texas to teach at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School beginning in the fall of 2018. Read more.
Hayden Homes was honored with first place in the Headquartered Outside Washington category for Seattle Business Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For.” The award salutes Washington companies that set the standard for executive leadership, benefits, rewards/recognition, corporate culture, training, work environment and more.
Northwest home builder Hayden Homes, nonprofit First Story, the City of Medford, Ore., and numerous other partners recently came together to rebuild the 42-year-old home of William Verschoor, a veteran who fought in the Vietnam War. Verschoor voluntarily enlisted in the Army and was stationed at Dong Ha from 1968 to 1970 as a field soldier and tank mechanic. Read the full media release here.