Lake Oconee Lifestyle-Volunteerism


Lake Oconee Volunteerism

Greene County Schools Day One

At Lake Oconee, as in most communities, the beginning of a new school year turns the focus to volunteerism towards the children.  Greene County Schools staged a welcome-back-to-school for students.  Community volunteers greeted the students as they arrived by car or school bus with warm “welcomes”, and free pencils, pens, and bookmarks.  This year I joined in at Carson Middle School (that’s me pictured on the left).  Notice how nice the students look in their uniforms of black or khaki pants, and solid colored, polo shirts!  The students will be assigned their own netbook for the year as many textbooks are now online.

Lake Oconee Volunteerism

Festival of Trees 2011

Another way for volunteers to support children is through the Greene County Boys and Girls Club. This organization was named the Charity of the Month at the popular Silver Moon Restaurant in the Lake Oconee area.  A percentage of the Silver Moon food and drink sales during the month of August will be donated to the children’s charity.  Also,  the restaurant will open for the Boys and Girls Club on two  Monday nights during the month.  During the special Mondays, chances for Silver Moon gift cards and ticket packages for special events will be raffled.  Look for the Second Annual Festival of Trees, the Boys and Girls Club major fundraiser, to be held in November 2012.

 

To volunteer to support children in the Lake Oconee area, phone the Greene, Putnam, or Morgan County Board of Education, or the Greene County Boys and Girls Club.

 

 

For more information about Homes for Sale in Harbor Club, or any other Lake Oconee Homes, call Suzie (706-347-1115) or Jim (706-453-6253) Through our Multiple Listing Service, we have the key to any home for sale.

RE/MAX Lake Oconee Agents Realty  706-454-7777

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About Look@LakeOconee

Suzie and Jim Hudson, A Unique Team Suzie and Jim Hudson have long been known in the Lake Oconee Area as trustworthy people who like to give back to the community; Jim as a previous banker, and Suzie as a teacher. Jim's past experience as president of a local bank makes him well suited to negotiating and preparing contracts for home buying and selling. After residing in Atlanta for 20 years, the Hudsons moved their family to the Lake Oconee area in 1990. Having grown up in the local town of Eatonton, Jim has an insightful knowledge of the past and present development of the area. He has served on the Greene County Development Authority for many years, making sure that the local area is developed to its full potential. Real Estate Specialty Designations Jim earned the realtor designation of SFR: Short Sales. Foreclosure Resource which makes him well suited to navigate the current economic environment. On entering the Real Estate field, Suzie followed her eye for design to become certified by Property Staging Consultants in the new field of home staging. Present Status Jim and Suzie first settled in to a historic home in Greensboro and enjoyed the small town life. Jim and Suzie now live in a gated community and enjoy the pasttime of golf. Jim has created guidelines evaluating the various features of all the local golf courses from his personal experience playing them to help the prospective buyer choose the golf experience that best fits his/her game. Full Service, Internet REALTORS Jim and Suzie Hudson were among the first local realtors to use the power of the Internet with LakeOconee.com Realty to reach home buyers across the nation. They continue to be at the forefront of Internet real estate sales. Their new blog is Look@LakeOconee, which focuses on real estate, staging, and the Lake Oconee lifestyle. The Hudsons joined the RE/MAX company in 2011 and now have a world-wide reach for new buyers and sellers. Relationship with customers does not end at closing. Jim and Suzie have made customer service a cornerstone of their real estate business, often fielding and monitoring home repairs for absent home owners who have purchased second homes at Lake Oconee, or who are selling a home here. Staging to sell is complimentary for homes that they list, and they advise sellers to complete deferred home repairs before placing their home on the market.

Posted on August 6, 2012, in Lake Oconee Lifestyle, Things to do at Lake Oconee, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Good Job, Ms Hudson! Encouraging our future leaders is very important!

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