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Celebrating with the North Shore Association of Realtors at King's in Lynnfield

Team Windhill celebrated at King's in Lynnfield with the North Shore Association of Realtors. Windhill was a sponsor for the event and money raised went to RPAC.

   

RPAC Bowling Event Breaks Fundraising Record!

On the evening of Monday, September 21st, NSAR held its first RPAC Bowling Event. More than 125 people attended this sold out event at Kings Bowling at the new Market Street Plaza in Lynnfield.

The evening included much fun, pool, air hockey, food and libations, a silent auction, and of course bowling. Competition was fierce as 17 different teams competed for the spot of top team and individuals for the prestige of top bowler.
 

NSAR at 151% of Funraising Goal with $26,953 Raised

NSAR raised $5,405 for NAR/PAF from contributions through event registrations, lane sponsorships, and the silent auction. This gave the association the final push: To date, NSAR has raised $26,953, or 151% of our NAR/MAR goal making this the most successful year in NSAR RPAC fundraising history.

Thank you to the donors of our 15 terrific auction items; lane sponsors: Armstrong Field Real Estate, Keller Williams Realty, LUX Realty North Shore, Northrup Realty Associates, RE/MAX At the Coast, and Windhill Realty, LLC.;  and food sponsor Embrace Home Loans.

 


 

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  1. Derketer on

    Doesn't he realise we were lucky to get a point asaingt leicester and really should have lost 4 home games in a row.Apart from 25 minutes asaingt millwall we were dreadful .The win asaingt leeds was a case of they were worse than us not we were better than them. Against ipswich we created nothing until the last 20 minutes and then he applauds zigic for 2 glaring misses.We created nothing until then as the midfield were content to ball watch and give it away at every opportunity.To pep this up he changed a forward who had been starved of anything resembling a chance. Unfortunately if our lowest crowd of the season has to witness another insipid display and heaven forbid a loss then clark will still blame everyone else and carry on blindly thinking he can do the job.