Easter egg hunt this Saturday in support of Chrysalis House

(via Century21 John DeVries Ltd.)

This week, Bill Martin and Sue Lambe are busily preparing for an Easter Egg Hunt planned for Stittsville’s Pioneer Plains Park (Jackson Trails)*. All proceeds from this event will be donated to support Chrysalis House, a local women’s shelter.

Martin and Lambe are local realtors with Century 21 John DeVries Ltd. and are proud to actively give back to the community in which they live and work, and inspire others to do the same.

Martin is a familiar face at the Stittsville Legion, volunteering whenever needed and regularly hosting Friday’s ”Open Mic. Night.” Lambe, a relative newcomer to the area, experienced a cancer diagnosis last June and was looking to give back to the community that has embraced her and her family. After talking, Bill and Sue realized a desire to combine their ideas and talents, and began producing and hosting local events to benefit the community.

In September of last year, they hosted Karaoke for Cancer Awareness and, with the community’s support, raised over $3,600 for the Canadian Cancer Society. This is now planned as an annual event and will be held again in September, 2016.

In December, they hosted Breakfast with Santa at the Stittsville Legion. Again, tremendous community support allowed them to donate a pick-up truck full of food and over $1,000 in cash to Stittsville’s local Food Bank. Bill and Sue will be holding this event again this December.

Both hailing from small towns down east, the Hometown Team shares similar values. They believe in the value of a close-knit community, a place where neighbours and local businesses come together and support one another, in good times and bad. With Bill and Sue, what you see is what you get. They don’t have any gimmicks, but they do have your best interests at heart. They truly love their jobs and take pride in contributing to this vibrant community, whether it’s helping with your real estate needs or planning the next community adventure.

Please stop by the Pioneer Plains Park* on March 26th between 1-3pm for the Easter Egg Hunt. It’s sure to be a hit with kids and a great time for the whole family. Bill and Sue would love to meet you; please introduce yourself and say hi! And please remember that these events could not be successful without your continued support; every person counts!

(*This event is moving to Pioneer Plains Park due to wet conditions at the original location.)


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