Justin T. Martin, a Commercial Sales Specialist and licensed Real Estate Salesperson, has recently joined the Pomerleau Real Estate Commercial Team. Justin is a board member of the Chittenden Commercial Real Estate Association (CCREA), member of the Essex Rotary Club, Board Member of the VT Sports and Events Council, and a University of Vermont graduate. His strong business background and community involvement make him a great fit with the Pomerleau Commercial Team!Pomerleau Real Estate was founded in 1951 with a commitment to provide unparalleled service to our clients. The firm has established an outstanding reputation throughout New England and is one of the largest commercial brokerage and development firms in the State of Vermont, owning and managing over 2 million square feet of commercial property. The firm maintains leadership positions in the fields of Development, Commercial Brokerage, Property Management, and Business Services.Though each client’s needs differ considerably, the Pomerleau commitment to excellence in service remains constant. We apply our insight, experience, intelligence and resources to help our clients make informed real estate decisions. We are proud to be leaders in our industry and in the community in which we live.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich.– The Alpena Community College Foundation hosted their annual competition Saturday.108 golfers from all over town came to the River’s Edge Golf Club today to have fun and support the students of Alpena Community college in the 25th annual Scramble for Scholarships. The main competition was a four–player, best–ball scramble, supplemented with hole–in–one and putting contests.According to A.C.C. Foundation Executive Director Brenda Herman, the event raises funds through admission prices, hole and golf cart sponsorships, raffle tickets, and donations. The event has raised over $400,000 since its inception, thanks to community enthusiasm and support.“My favorite part’s always coming out for the… the scholarships that we’re coming out for.” Said attendee Robert Barrigar, “It’s all about the donations that we’re doing today, getting the group of Alpena together for a good cause.”Here are the top three results from the Scramble for Scholarships:First place team (score – 53)Trevor DenstaedtIan StevensTommy HeinFletcher BoldaSecond Place team (score 54)Mike NunneleyJosh NunneleyCourtney NunneleyJorden SusewitzThird place team (score 56)Phil StraleyBill PetersonTodd SkibaDick BoyceCORRECTION: A previous version of this story stated that the event raised $400,000 every year. This was a misunderstanding. The text has been amended to reflect that the event has raised over $400,000 since it began.AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisContinue ReadingPrevious COVID-19 testing still availableNext Local developer has big plans for two downtown theatres