ERA Key Realty Services’ Team Blue, DaMore Law, and CrossCountry Mortgage’s Eric Abeniam Team raised $1,335 for We're One Wilmington (WOW) through their annual Thanksgiving Pie Fundraiser.
“This year's fundraising event achieved remarkable success, owing to the kind-hearted contributions of pies, time, and financial support from local enterprises and community members,” said Team Blue Leader Lori Penney.
She added that Margie Smolinsky of Josie’s Bakery, Two Lowell St., played a pivotal role in the success of the fundraiser through her “outstanding management in coordinating all orders.” For each pie purchased, a portion of the cost was donated to WOW.
WOW supports Wilmington families and individuals connected to the community who are experiencing financial, emotional or medical emergencies; a death, a house fire, or other life-changing events. WOW also provides holiday gift assistance to individuals, families and households with financial needs.
“Team Blue is proud to partner with DaMore Law and the Eric Abeniam Team in this important work,” Penney said. “Thanks again to everyone who contributed. Your support will help make a real difference in the lives of many people right here in our community!”
“Assisting the Wilmington area holds significant value for Team Blue,” she continued. “Our...
Marissa Zarella of Chelmsford has joined ERA Key's Team Blue Real Estate Group, located in the Wilmington Office.
“As the newest member of Team Blue, Marissa is eager to harness the opportunities this role presents to deepen her understanding of the real estate industry,” said Team Blue Leader Lori Penney. “Marissa has already demonstrated a keen understanding of market trends and an aptitude for meeting client needs.”
Marissa was previously a Realtor with LAER Realty Partners of Chelmsford. Before that, she was an Account Analyst with Clark Insurance in Lowell. She studied business administration at Stonehill College in Easton.
“I am thrilled to join Team Blue with ERA Key Realty Services and look forward to contributing to the team's success,” she said. “This move represents a significant step in my career, and I am excited to leverage the resources and support of Team Blue and ERA Key Realty Services to provide even better service to my clients.”
Team Blue specializes in real estate in the Boston Suburban areas and Southern New Hampshire. For the past five years, Team Blue has been earned the #1 Team Award from ERA Key Realty Services. Known for its customer-centric approach and innovative marketing strategies, Team Blue’s goal is to guide clients through the contractual, investment and emotional decisions involved in the real estate process.
For more information on Team Blue’s services, contact Lori Penney at 978-375-2520 or email@example.com, or visit the team’s Facebook and Instagram pages @TeamBlueRealEstate.
Manuel Chambers of Worcester has joined ERA Key Realty's Auburn office as a Realtor.
He is also a teacher in Worcester Public Schools. He has also taught in Yuma, Ariz.; Springfield, and Holyoke, Mass.
He earned both a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from the University of Massachusetts, as well as an associate’s degree from Holyoke Community College.
“As one of the area’s largest real estate agencies, ERA Key provides me with plenty of opportunities to keep building relationships, while developing a successful career in real estate,” Manuel said.
A dozen ERA Key agents and staff helped build two new single-family homes at 521 and 523 Sunderland Road in Worcester recently during a recent build day for Habitat for Humanity MetroWest/Greater Worcester.
The volunteer effort was organized by the Worcester office, which also contributed $500 to the local Habitat for Humanity office. An additional $326 has been raised to date through a fundraising page set up on Charity Proud.
Habitat for Humanity is a global nonprofit housing organization that seeks to build “strength, stability and self-reliance in partnership with families in need of decent and affordable housing. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage.”
“Helping Habitat for Humanity build homes is one way we also help to build a healthy, strong community,” said Framingham Manager Ali Corton. “Contributing time and effort as volunteers is as important to us as the financial contributions we make.”
Volunteers, pictured above, included Worcester Manager Kelly Brown, Framingham Manager Ali Corton, Auburn Manager Jonathan Boisjolie; Worcester Office Administrator Cyndi Quinn and Spencer Office Administrator Nicole Cusson, and agents Valerie Cohen, Bryan Davis, Kris Gaffney, Josh Hoffsommer, Brian Hurley, Erin Mahoney and Chris Reilly.
Pictured below, left to right, are Josh...