Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County, Inc. recently held its annual meeting, inducted new executive board leadership and said farewell to a long-serving board member.
Matthew Manos who has served as board of directors president for the past 18 months, passed the torch of leadership to Vicki Harmon.
Mark Vastine, former secretary, transitioned to vice president. Chris Jett, continues in the role of treasurer.
Harmon has been on the HFHWC board for several years and assumes the role of president during a critical period of growth for the organization.
Having just opened Worcester County’s first Habitat for Humanity ReStore, the affiliate is poised to start a new build in Bishopville with several more on the horizon. Harmon believes that the foundations for health and wellness begin in the home and is excited to contribute her knowledge to promote the health and wellbeing of the Worcester County community.
After eight years of service on the board, Lauren Bunting reached the end of her tenure. Bunting will be remembered as an integral part of Habitat’s success, helping transition the affiliate from an all-volunteer group to a staffed organization.
She is a past fundraising committee chair, board of directors secretary, vice president and president who championed the opening of HFHWC’s ReStore, and was very involved in the planning of successful events.
Bunting will continue to be involved with HFHWC, serving as ReStore committee chair.
Habitat for Humanity of Worcester County is dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide through constructing, rehabilitating and preserving homes by advocating for fair and just housing policies and by providing training and access to resources to help families improve their shelter conditions.
For more information, to donate or to volunteer, visit www.habitatworcester.org.
Top sales partner
The Power of 2 Team with Hileman Real Estate, recently announced Cameron Drew as their top sales partner for 2018.
Drew has been a dynamic part of the PO2 Team since August 2017.
Although she has had her real estate license since, 2010, she rekindled her fire for assisting buyers in finding the perfect property that meet or exceeds their expectations.
In tune with the requirements of the clients wants and needs, Drew is diligent in making sure she introduces every possibility available to the buyers and educates them with today’s market.
Walking her clients through every aspect of purchasing, Drew establishes and follows one of the teams core values and creates “Relationships for a lifetime.”
To reach Drew, call 410-208-9200, ext. 4 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Ocean City offices recently had several agents ranking in January for the Greater Baltimore Region: Nancy Reither, fourth; Whitney Jarvis, 12th; Eric Green, 22nd; Michael Nolen, 39th; Shawn Kotwica, 58th; Dennis Medlock, 72nd; and Terri Moran, 79th.