Jack Lingo News
By Paige Marley for WRDE
An expansion in Georgetown brings economic high hopes. Thursday was the ribbon cutting for the new apartment buildings, The Oaks.
The Oaks is a six-building apartment complex off of Route 9. Thursdays ribbon cutting also commemorated the Model Grand Opening.
By Cape Gazette
Pink tractor organizers thank God and members of the community for donations and support in memory of Latrina Renee Clark.
A 1950 Ferguson tractor was purchased with donations, and Ed Reese plans to restore and repaint it.
The pink tractor will participate in parades, educational events, community events and shows. Proceeds will be donated to Beebe’s Tunnell Cancer Center. Clark, who passed away Aug. 24, 2014, was a Cape Henlopen High School, Salisbury University and Wilmington University graduate and was director of Beebe Healthcare’s Pulmonary Services Department.
We are excited to announce The Townsend Team as our March 2020 Featured Team! We sat down with Paul Townsend to hear all about his experiences at Jack Lingo, REALTOR®. Keep reading to learn more!
Jack Lingo, REALTOR® is proud to welcome two new rental managers, Karen Maull and Kristina Lingo, to its Rehoboth Beach office. Karen Maull is a Sussex County native who has been with our company for over 20 years. She is both a past president and board member of the Sussex County Association of REALTORS® (SCAOR) Community Service Foundation. Kristina Lingo was raised in Rehoboth Beach and joined our rental department in 2012.
On February 3 and 4, Carrie Lingo, Associate Broker at Jack Lingo, REALTOR®, was proud to speak to the AVID classes at Beacon Middle School. She spoke about the importance of consistently doing one's best, and she provided anecdotes about the ways in which her mindset of success helped her to thrive both during college and throughout her Olympic career.
On behalf of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Organization, Sussex County, we would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to everyone who joined us for a very successful 28th Annual Commemorative Weekend Celebration. Thank you to all media, congregations, banks, community organizations, corporations, local businesses and individuals who supported and attended our annual celebration banquet Jan. 18 at the Georgetown CHEER Center and our Worship Service Jan. 20 at Dickerson Chapel AME Church.