Tis the season, and our offices across Hampton Roads, from Newport News, to Williamsburg and up to New Kent are properly attired to celebrate the season!
A big thank you to those to added their creative touches: John Wilson, Jamie Cunningham, Betty Jo Terrell, Crisney Brooks, Louise Mokszanowski, Melissa Sabb, Connie Robbins, Trina Johnson, Jim Halstead, Dawn Childress, Rudy Johnson, Mike Putt, Suzanne Dana & Yvonne Roberts.
And let's not forget Sam Mayo (aka ""Newport News Santa").
And a special mention to Fred the Poinsettia. He makes it all come together.
The 2016 Community Service Calendar Committee has been set.
|February||Big Brothers/Big Sisters Bowl-a-Thon||Caitlyn Dillman & Melissa Sabb|
|May||Avalon||Lou Cale & Louise Mokszanowski|
|June/July||Heritage Humane Society||George Marsh & Jamie Cunningham|
|December||Salvation Army Bell Ringing||Megan McKoy, Connie Robbins & Faye Dillman|
Thank y'all for the great work......we had a great time, we had four advocates for four Events for 2016. (one advocate, one event).
And congratulations to those recipients of the 2016 Civic Participation Awards....we look forward to working with each of these organization to give back to our community!
Members of Coldwell Banker Traditions and their families spent an afternoon in October learning more about the Dream Catchers program at the Cori Sikich Therapeutic Riding Center in Toano Virginia. The afternoon picnic was part of an ongoing fund-raising effort being conducted by the CBT team to get money to help provide care for several of the horses used to give therapeutic riding and other horse-related activities to children and adults with special needs. Dream Catchers currently hosts over 110 therapeutic riding lessons each week and is considered the premier therapeutic riding center between Richmond and Virginia Beach.
“We are pleased and honored to be able to support such a wonderful program,” says John Wilson, broker / owner of Coldwell Banker Traditions, who also praised the organizing efforts of CBT members Chris Austin, Kathy Chambers, Lisa Langenhennig and George Marsh.