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Coldwell Banker partners with Habitat for Humanity Hal Maxwell, president and chief operating officer of Cold- well Banker Residential Broker- age, recently announced the com- pany will sponsor and renovate a Chesapeake Habitat for Humanity home in Maryland as part of its Fulfilling the American Dream campaign. The real estate broker- age, one of the largest in the Mid- Atlantic, is dedicated to a long- term partnership with Habitat for Humanity International Inc. that will include sponsoring, building and renovating two homes in the Mid-Atlantic region every year. The Coldwell Banker Fulfilling the American Dream campaign, according to Maxwell, joins with the national Coldwell Banker 100 Home Build for Habitat for Hu- manity International Inc. goal of building 100 homes across the United States by Coldwell Banker companies in time for their 100- year anniversary in 2006. "We are committed, as Realtors and as members of our communi- ties, to help all families achieve the American dream of homeown- ership - and working with Habitat for Humanity is one of the ways we can make a positive difference in the lives of others," said Hal Maxwell, president and chief op- erating officer of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. Coldwell Banker and Chesa- peake Habitat for Humanity, a lo- cal Maryland Habitat affiliate, will work together in renovating a house located at 511 E. 38th St. in the Waverly neighborhood of northeast Baltimore City. "This exciting partnership will benefit the local Habitat affiliates in providing affordable housing, allow us to work side-by-side with the families in/enovating their home, and will be, at the same time, a tangible way for us to give something back to the communities where we live and work, "Maxwell said. Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corporation is the only national real estate firm to embrace Habi- tat for Humanity International, Inc. as its corporate charity. It has been instrumental in rais- ing significant funds while assist- ing with hundreds of Habitat home builds since 1993. By sup- porting Habitat for Humanity In- ternational, Coldwell Banker reaches out to people who other- wise might not be able to achieve the American dream of homeown- ership. Habitat for Humanity brings together people with re- sources and people in need to build simple, decent affordable housing. The houses are sold to those in need at no profit through no-inter- est loans. Local scrapbooking event set for June 12 Scrapbooking vendors will be on hand from noon to 10 p.m., Satur- day, June 12, atthe Comfort Inn in Rehoboth Beach for an event open to all those interested in scrapbooking. Representatives from Kelly's Creations, Scrappin' Maniacs, Pam- pered Chef, Tastefully Simple, Betsy Bear CC and The Right Cut will be in attendance. For more information, call Gerilynn Davidson at 644-0898. Artist Hudson included in "Who's Who" publication Lorraine Hudson, artist and proprietor of Multidimensions by Larain- borosa, will be included in the National Register's "Who's Who in Ex- ecutives & Professionals" 2004-05 edition. The edition is only available to those professionals who are included; a copy will, however, be registered at the Library of Congress. Hudson's establishment is located at 12574 Coastal Highway, Milton. :.i Claudia Tommy CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 4 - June 10, 2004 - 61 Tom Second Homes, Investor : Subprime & Special Products Rehab Jumbo Loans/Stated Income FNMNFHLMC Government (FHA-VA) Equity Lines Call Charlie Pollard Remax Realty Group  Rehoboth Beach 1 ,rr,,.,%*. 302-227-4800 302-228-1059 Coldwell Banker partners with Habitat for Humanity Hal Maxwell, president and chief operating officer of Cold- well Banker Residential Broker- age, recently announced the com- pany will sponsor and renovate a Chesapeake Habitat for Humanity home in Maryland as part of its Fulfilling the American Dream campaign. The real estate broker- age, one of the largest in the Mid- Atlantic, is dedicated to a long- term partnership with Habitat for Humanity International Inc. that will include sponsoring, building and renovating two homes in the Mid-Atlantic region every year. The Coldwell Banker Fulfilling the American Dream campaign, according to Maxwell, joins with the national Coldwell Banker 100 Home Build for Habitat for Hu- manity International Inc. goal of building 100 homes across the United States by Coldwell Banker companies in time for their 100- year anniversary in 2006. "We are committed, as Realtors and as members of our communi- ties, to help all families achieve the American dream of homeown- ership - and working with Habitat for Humanity is one of the ways we can make a positive difference in the lives of others," said Hal Maxwell, president and chief op- erating officer of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. Coldwell Banker and Chesa- peake Habitat for Humanity, a lo- cal Maryland Habitat affiliate, will work together in renovating a house located at 511 E. 38th St. in the Waverly neighborhood of northeast Baltimore City. "This exciting partnership will benefit the local Habitat affiliates in providing affordable housing, allow us to work side-by-side with the families in/enovating their home, and will be, at the same time, a tangible way for us to give something back to the communities where we live and work, "Maxwell said. Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corporation is the only national real estate firm to embrace Habi- tat for Humanity International, Inc. as its corporate charity. It has been instrumental in rais- ing significant funds while assist- ing with hundreds of Habitat home builds since 1993. By sup- porting Habitat for Humanity In- ternational, Coldwell Banker reaches out to people who other- wise might not be able to achieve the American dream of homeown- ership. Habitat for Humanity brings together people with re- sources and people in need to build simple, decent affordable housing. The houses are sold to those in need at no profit through no-inter- est loans. Local scrapbooking event set for June 12 Scrapbooking vendors will be on hand from noon to 10 p.m., Satur- day, June 12, atthe Comfort Inn in Rehoboth Beach for an event open to all those interested in scrapbooking. Representatives from Kelly's Creations, Scrappin' Maniacs, Pam- pered Chef, Tastefully Simple, Betsy Bear CC and The Right Cut will be in attendance. For more information, call Gerilynn Davidson at 644-0898. Artist Hudson included in "Who's Who" publication Lorraine Hudson, artist and proprietor of Multidimensions by Larain- borosa, will be included in the National Register's "Who's Who in Ex- ecutives & Professionals" 2004-05 edition. The edition is only available to those professionals who are included; a copy will, however, be registered at the Library of Congress. Hudson's establishment is located at 12574 Coastal Highway, Milton. :.i Claudia Tommy CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, June 4 - June 10, 2004 - 61 Tom Second Homes, Investor : Subprime & Special Products Rehab Jumbo Loans/Stated Income FNMNFHLMC Government (FHA-VA) Equity Lines Call Charlie Pollard Remax Realty Group  Rehoboth Beach 1 ,rr,,.,%*. 302-227-4800 302-228-1059