Domino's Pizza announced that during June and July, it will donate $1 from every order placed on Wednesdays to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Tampa Bay.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation grants the wishes of children with life-threatening illnesses to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. The foundation is the largest wish-granting organization in the world, with 81 chapters in the United States and 22 international affiliates on five continents.
This donation will fund a minimum of five wishes for bay area children. For more information, contact Beth Narverud at 666-6774 or 683-7172.
Century 21 Alliance Realty, 7141 Mariner Blvd., Spring Hill, announced that Sally Ankers, a local leader in residential property management, has been awarded the Residential Management Professional designation by the National Association of Residential Property Managers.
This prestigious designation is held by fewer than 300 property managers nationwide and is reflective of the professional commitment made to the industry by the recipient.
The designation is awarded to property managers who have completed the highest levels of achievement, including advanced course requirements, service to the NARPM organization, and service to the real estate industry.
In addition, Century 21 Alliance Realty announced that David Stauter, Elly Sullivan, Silvana Russell, Valerie Cantwell, Cheryl Montante, Daryl Cox, Denis Jessen, Ernestine Piper, Gail Matusik, Vilma Ortiz, David Kollin, Joan Poole, Kathi Donatelli and Kimberly Janssen have joined the firm as sales associates. They will specialize in residential sales in Hernando County. Susan Rourke-Webb will specialize in commercial properties.
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Mary Lou Thompson, with 25 years experience in property management, has joined Weichert, Realtors-Hometown, 7076 Mariner Blvd., Spring Hill, as a residential sales specialist.
A native of Terre Haute, Ind., Thompson worked for a builder/developer in her home state, earning a Certified Property Manager, Certified Apartment Manager and Professional Trainer certification. She is a past affiliate member of the Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of Realtors.
As a member of the Hernando County Board of Realtors and of the sales staff at the Weichert office, Thompson will focus on first-time homebuyers, empty nesters and relocations. She can be reached at 596-6123.
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Summit Imaging, 12037 Cortez Blvd., Brooksville, announced the appointment of Cindy Hilburn as staff mammography technologist.
Hilburn joins Summit with more than 12 years experience as a technologist specializing in mammography for the last four years. She and her husband, Keith, have been married for eight years and have one son, Kody.
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Jan Lesser recently joined the team of Keller Williams Realty, 2715 Forest Road, Spring Hill, as a Realtor associate. She has lived in Spring Hill for more than 26 years with her husband, Ed, and their children.
Lesser worked as a new home consultant before joining Keller Williams Realty. She can be reached at 688-6500.
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LEADERSHIP TEAM OF ACCOUNTANTS: The Nature Coast Chapter of the Florida Society of Accounting and Tax Professionals officers for the 2003-04 term are, from left, Linda Walters, treasurer, Spring Hill; Barbara Tremblay, secretary, Crystal River; Joy Cochran, vice president, New Port Richey; and Pat Cornett, president, Brooksville. At right, Marty Larsen, state president of FSATP, New Port Richey, installed the officers June 19. The organization meets at 5:30 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month at the Wellington at Seven Hills, 400 Wexford Road, Spring Hill. The next meeting is Aug. 21. Any accountant or tax professional in Hernando, Pasco or Citrus counties is welcome. Call Cornett at 597-3460 or Tom Locicero at 684-5634.