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2013 GPBR Installation & Holiday Party - December 11
Monday, 11 November 2013

All are welcome to attend our annual Installation Reception at the Grosse Pointe Yacht Club on Wednesday, December 11th from 6pm - 9pm. Join us for hors d'oeuvres and drinks and help us welcome our 2014 Leadership:

Executive Committee:
Judy Barker, President
Mario Como, Vice-President
Randy Repicky, President Elect
Vicky Colwell, Treasurer
Michael Bojalad, Secretary


Chad Evans
Cheryl Gauss
George Smale
Donna Stoner
Chace Wakefield

We'd like to thank our generous sponsors for this event:


Star Sponsors
Flagstar Bank, Nathan Steiner
Greco Title Agency

Santa Sponsors

Bolton-Johnston Associates
Chase Bank, Kim Schmidt
Higbie Maxon Agney

Elf Sponsors
John Adams Mortgage, Sue Lieder
Johnstone & Johnstone

Reindeer Sponsors
Adlhoch & Associates
Beverly Tannian
Century 21 Town & Country GP
Coldwell Banker Weir Manual
James R. Fikany Real Estate
Fifth Third Bank, John Shook
Michelle Potter Photography
Realty Executives Select
Victoria Colwell



2013 Annual Meeting
Tuesday, 15 October 2013

We invite our members to attend our Annual Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, November 6th at the Grosse Pointe War Memorial.  Breakfast will be served starting at 8:30am and the meeting will commence at 9:00am.  We'll be announcing our 2014 leadership and will have two guest speakers.  Brad Ward from MAR will be giving a state update, and James Bellanca, Jr will be discussing the developments in the Grosse Pointe Village shopping district. 

Please be sure to RSVP by calling 313.882.8000, ext. 11.

Grant Money Available for Local Improvements
Tuesday, 13 August 2013

The "Lighter, Quicker, Cheaper Challenge Grant" by the Association of Realtors

In conjunction with the Michigan Association of Realtors, GPBR is pleased to announce a new grant program that will help residents bring their local improvement projects to reality. Up to $1,000 per project will be awarded to finance projects that promote "placemaking".

What is Placemaking?
Placemaking is the act of enhancing or creating a vibrant public space where people can gather, socialize, people watch, or relax in. "Places" foster a feeling of community and add flavor to a destination. Local notable examples include Campus Martius, and The Village and The Hill shopping districts in Grosse Pointe.

To find out more about this, including applications and deadlines, please see this helpful PDF.

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