JOINS THE TEAM: Jill Freeman has joined Cedar One Realty and will be working out of the Wintersville office.
Freeman resides in Scio with her husband Michael and two daughters, Taylor and Shelby.
Freeman has been in the real estate industry since 2000 when she graduated from Belmont Technical College. She finds that her passion for real estate comes from being able to help her clients achieve their goals, whether buying or selling a home to obtaining their dream home.
Freeman is also a member of the Million-dollar Sales Club and can be reached at (330) 340-6996 or at the firstname.lastname@example.org e-mail address.
PRESENTATION SET: “Antibiotics: Do We Need Them?” will be presented at the next lunch and learn workshop at noon Oct. 3 at Harrison Community Hospital in Cadiz. Jennifer Dunlap, HCH pharmacy supervisor, will discuss why antibiotics may or may not be helping people feel better.
Workshops in the series are held on the first Thursday of every month except December. Attendees can bring their own lunch or can purchase one in the cafeteria. A snack and beverages will be provided. Reservations are not needed. HCH is a division of Wheeling Hospital.
LEADERSHIP: Grant Bake was accepted into the Ohio Realtor Leadership Academy of 2019.
Bake, along with other realtors across the state went through several leadership training programs. He worked on community service projects, with one being at a local furniture bank in Cincinnati, were they built furniture and put out packages together for the less fortunate.
Bake also helped the local communities by working on Ohio Grants, and he wrote a speech about what he learned from the program and what it meant to him.
Bake’s speech was chosen, and he presented it at the main session of Ohio Realtor convention.
“We, as realtors, are more than salesman. We are setting up the future of our communities,” Bake said.
Bake is part of the Cedar One Realty team and works out of the Carrollton office.
From staff reports