AHBAAmerican Herding Breed Association
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AHBAAlberta Home Builders' Association (Canada)
AHBAAnchorage Home Builders Association (Anchorage, AK)
AHBAAsheville Home Builders Association (Asheville, NC)
AHBAAmerican Home Business Association
AHBAArkansas Home Builders Association (Little Rock, AR)
AHBAArabian Horse Breeders Alliance (Scottsdale, AZ)
AHBAAtlanta Home Builders Association (Atlanta, GA)
AHBAAcadiana Home Builders Association
AHBAAmerican Hot Boat Association
AHBAAmerican Home Buyers Alliance
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AHBAAppalachian Home Builders Association (Murphy, NC)
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AHBAAmes Home Builders Association (Ames, IA)
AHBAAspire Higher Business Alliance
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Allegations of Mills' wrongdoing weren't confined to the AHBA office, the association said in a lawsuit filed against Mills' husband, Greg Mills, earlier this month.
The AHBA said that less than a month after it sued Julie Mills in 2014, she transferred her interest in her $82,000 family home in Austin (Lonoke County) to her husband.
AHBA wants to void the quit claim deed from Julie Mills to her husband.
Several organizations, including the AKC, AHBA and ASCA, offer competitions for all herding breeds--and even some herding mixes--and offer in-depth information on getting started in competitions on their websites.
Since then, Arthur and Maddie have earned more flyball titles, learned more tricks, and completed their first AHBA Ranch Dog title.
In addition to the AHBA there are also organizations for specific herding breeds such as the Australian Shepherd Club of America (ASCA).
Community Involvement: Crime stoppers, Anchorage Fire Department, Anchorage Montessori School St Elizabeth Ann Seton, AHBA, NKBA, Junior Olympics, and Catholic Social Services
He points to several events hosted by AHBA, including the annual spring home and remodeling show, its annual golf tournament and the Parade of Homes show are examples of community connections.
In addition to home remodeling efforts, AHBA attributes the decline of new homes being built to the decrease of land availability and increase of material and insurance costs.
The AHBA is a nonprofit trade association representing more than 330 members who employ more than 7,800 people in Anchorage and Eagle River areas.
The average sales price of a new single-family home in Anchorage is $394,144, according to the AHBA.