Trends | December 21

P LEASANTON — Megan and Jordan Axmann are on top of the world. The couple has two won- derful children — Kaden, 4, and Kameryn, 3 — and they’re living in a new home they built on the bluff that overlooks their town. “We like our location and we like the people of Pleasanton,” Megan said, while seated at the table in the dining area that’s a part of their home’s great room. Looking out the dining room window, she added, “We like that our backyard still is in the country.” Just over the hill, about five or six blocks away, is Pleasanton Public School. Like many young couples, Megan and Jordan invested quite a lot of their own labor into the home’s construction, and they’ll wait until later to finish the base- ment. The home encompasses Leading home builders, home improvement businesses and decorators will be showing the latest trends in home building and home furnishing. Hundreds of Ideas for Better Living! Admission: $5/Person • Children 12 & Under FREE Friday 1:00 pm-7:00 pm Saturday 10:00 am-7:00 pm Sunday 11:00 am-5:00 pm 37th Annual January 10-11-12 Buffalo County Expo Center Moonlight Sip & Stroll Saturday Eve 5-7 PM Fun for the Entire Family! Veterans, Military, Police Officers and First Responders get in free on Sunday! Saturday 10:30-4:30 Sunday Noon-3 PM Ultimate Fun Zone! Kearney Hub Weekend December 21-22, 2019 written by Mike Konz photos by Erika Pritchard Room to grow Axmanns in Pleasanton love hav ing THE JORDAN and Megan Axmann home is part of a new neighborhood in north Pleasanton. View a video at . THE AXMANN family enjoys a cozy gathering spot in the living room. MEGAN AXMANN carefully chose colors for the main entry. MODERN, functional and attractive, Megan and Jordan Axmann’s kitchen serves them well. Courtesy JORDAN AND MEGAN AXMANN have two children, Kaden, 4, left, and Kameryn, 3. CONTINUES ON PAGE 4C “We like our location and we like the people of Pleasanton.” Megan Axmann