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FREE THANKSGIVING DINNER/CHARITY OPPORTUNITY

Thanksgiving is just around the corner! I am chairing the annual Golden Hills Community Church’s FREE Thanksgiving Dinner for Brentwood. We serve a hot meal of turkey, ham, and all the fixin’s. We also try to send everyone home with a bag of food and some clothes. This will be at the Brentwood Vet’s Hall at 757 First St. from 10:30 to 2:00 on Thanksgiving Day. All are welcome to attend.

 

If you know anyone in the local area that could use a meal that day, but can’t make it physically to the Vet’s Hall, please email me their name, address and phone number at Brian@SharpHomesOnline.com and we’ll get a meal(s) to them Thanksgiving Day.

 

We are usually blessed with more than enough physical help the day of the event to serve the meals, but we could always use more canned goods and/or clothing. You can drop them off at my office anytime between now and Thanksgiving Day. We are in need of canned food (soup, tuna, veggies, fruits, etc.), non-perishables like noodles, cereal, bread, bottled drinks, etc. We can also use any type of clean, usable clothing, blankets, jackets, etc. New baby diapers in any size are also VERY popular! We are located at 320 Fairview Ave. in Brentwood. If you come by after hours, just drop them off on our porch.

 

If you will be around on Thanksgiving Day, you could also cook and carve a turkey (or ham) and bring it to the Vet’s Hall in the morning. Other needs for the day of the event will be pies, sweet potatoes and stuffing. The sweet potatoes and stuffing will need to be cooked and then dropped off Thanksgiving Day in a disposable pan. By the way, a big Thank-You to the Brentwood American Legion Post #202 for all their help and support for this event.

 

FREE THANKSGIVING DINNER/CHARITY OPPORTUNITY

Thanksgiving is just around the corner! I am chairing the annual Golden Hills Community Church’s FREE Thanksgiving Dinner for Brentwood. We serve a hot meal of turkey, ham, and all the fixin’s. We also try to send everyone home with a bag of food and some clothes. This will be at the Brentwood Vet’s Hall at 757 First St. from 10:30 to 2:00 on Thanksgiving Day. All are welcome to attend.

 

If you know anyone in the local area that could use a meal that day, but can’t make it physically to the Vet’s Hall, please email me their name, address and phone number at Brian@SharpHomesOnline.com and we’ll get a meal(s) to them Thanksgiving Day.

 

We are usually blessed with more than enough physical help the day of the event to serve the meals, but we could always use more canned goods and/or clothing. You can drop them off at my office anytime between now and Thanksgiving Day. We are in need of canned food (soup, tuna, veggies, fruits, etc.), non-perishables like noodles, cereal, bread, bottled drinks, etc. We can also use any type of clean, usable clothing, blankets, jackets, etc. New baby diapers in any size are also VERY popular! We are located at 320 Fairview Ave. in Brentwood. If you come by after hours, just drop them off on our porch.

 

If you will be around on Thanksgiving Day, you could also cook and carve a turkey (or ham) and bring it to the Vet’s Hall in the morning.. Other needs for the day of the event will be pies, sweet potatoes and stuffing. The sweet potatoes and stuffing will need to be cooked and then dropped off Thanksgiving Day in a disposable pan. By the way, a big Thank-You to the Brentwood American Legion Post #202 for all their help and support for this event.

Free Thanksgiving Dinner/Charity Opportunity

Thanksgiving is just around the corner! I am chairing the annual Golden Hills Community Church’s FREE Thanksgiving Dinner for Brentwood. We serve a hot meal of turkey, ham, and all the fixin’s. We also try to send everyone home with a bag of food and some clothes. This will be at the Brentwood Vet’s Hall at 757 First St. from 10:30 to 2:00 on Thanksgiving Day. All are welcome to attend.
If you know anyone in the local area that could use a meal that day, but can’t make it physically to the Vet’s Hall, please email me their name, address and phone number at Brian@SharpHomesOnline.com and we’ll get a meal(s) to them Thanksgiving Day.
We are usually blessed with more than enough physical help the day of the event to serve the meals, but we could always use more canned goods and/or clothing. You can drop them off at my office anytime between now and Thanksgiving Day. We are in need of canned food (soup, tuna, veggies, fruits, etc.), non-perishables like noodles, cereal, bread, bottled drinks, etc. We can also use any type of clean, usable clothing, blankets, jackets, etc. New baby diapers in any size are also VERY popular! We are located at 320 Fairview Ave. in Brentwood. If you come by after hours, just drop them off on our porch.
If you will be around on Thanksgiving Day, you could also cook and carve a turkey (or ham) and bring it to the Vet’s Hall in the morning.. Other needs for the day of the event will be pies, sweet potatoes and stuffing. The sweet potatoes and stuffing will need to be cooked and then dropped off Thanksgiving Day in a disposable pan. By the way, a big Thank-You to the Brentwood American Legion Post #202 for all their help and support for this event.
If you have questions on this or any other real estate topic, call me at (925) 240-MOVE (6683). To search the MLS for free and view virtual tours of homes for sale, go to: www.SharpHomesOnline.com. Sharp Realty

Why Is The Town Purple?

If you drive around town at all this weekend, you are going to see a lot of purple on buildings and even on people. What is going on? Well, it’s the annual “Paint Our Town Purple Weekend!” This purple-fest is a celebration to get the word out about the upcoming American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life to be held June 1st and 2nd at Liberty High School in Brentwood.

You’ll see flags flying, business store fronts decorated, personal residences decorated and lots of purple t-shirts. Feel free to join in! For more ideas about how you can join in, go to www.relayforlife.org/brentwoodca. The website lists creative ways you can display the color purple in support of Relay For Life.

While you are on that website, be sure to poke around to learn more about Relay. While raising funds for cancer research is a big part of Relay, it is also an important way for us to support those who are currently fighting cancer, have survived cancer, or to honor those we have lost due to cancer. I’ll bet that everyone reading this has been touched by cancer in some way in your life through a close friend or relative, or even yourself.

If you’d like to donate money to support this event, you can also do so at the website link I’ve given you above. You can even take it up a step and form your own team to be a part of this great day. Or just plan on coming out to LibertyHigh School in June to see what all the fuss is about! There were be events happening nearly every hour of the day for 24 hours including vendors, bands, family-friendly movies and more! Some families even camp out overnight. Check the website or contact me if you have any questions.

If you have questions on this or any other real estate topic, call me at (925) 240-MOVE (6683). To search the MLS for free and view virtual tours of homes for sale, go to: www.SharpHomesOnline.com. Sharp Realty

FREE THANKSGIVING DINNER/CHARITY OPPORTUNITY

For many of us, Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of food, family, and friends! But for many others, November 24 will just be another day on the calendar. No special meal, no special gathering of friends or family. Maybe you’ve thought in the past that you’d like to help, but you have commitments on that day, which is certainly understandable.

Well, here is your chance! I am chairing the annual Golden Hills Community Church’s FREE Thanksgiving Dinner for Brentwood. We serve a hot meal of turkey, ham, and all the fixin’s. We also try to send everyone home with a bag of food and some clothes. This will be at the Brentwood Vet’s Hall at 757 First St. from 10:30 to 2:30 on Thanksgiving Day. All are welcome to attend.

We are usually blessed with more than enough physical help the day of the event to serve the meals, but we could always use more canned goods and/or clothing. You can drop them off at my office anytime between now and Thanksgiving Day. We are in need of canned food (soup, tuna, veggies, fruits, etc.), non-perishables like noodles, cereal, bread, bottled drinks, etc. We can also use any type of clean, usable clothing, blankets, jackets, etc. New baby diapers in any size are also VERY popular! We are located at 320 Fairview Ave. in Brentwood. If you come by after hours, just drop them off on our porch.

If you will be around on Thanksgiving Day, you could also cook and carve a turkey and bring it to the Vet’s Hall in the morning. We also love ham, and it’s easier for you to prepare. Other needs for the day of the event will be pies, sweet potatoes and stuffing. The sweet potatoes and stuffing will need to be cooked and then dropped off Thanksgiving Day in a disposable pan.

WHY IS THE TOWN PURPLE?

If you drive around town at all on May 1st, you are going to see a lot of purple on buildings and even on people. What is going on? Well, it’s the annual “Paint Our Town Purple Day!” This purple-fest is a celebration to get the word out about the upcoming American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life to be held June 11th and 12th at Liberty High School in Brentwood.

You’ll see flags flying, business store fronts decorated, personal residences decorated and lots of purple t-shirts. Feel free to join in! For more ideas about how you can join in, go to www.relayforlife.org/brentwoodca. The website lists creative ways you can display the color purple in support of Relay For Life.

While you are on that website, be sure to poke around to learn more about Relay. While raising funds for cancer research is a big part of Relay, it is also an important way for us to support those who are currently fighting cancer, have survived cancer, or to honor those we have lost due to cancer. I’ll bet that everyone reading this has been touched by cancer in some way in your life through a close friend or relative, or even yourself.

If you’d like to donate money to support this event, you can also do so at the website link I’ve given you above. You can even take it up a step and form your own team to be a part of this great day. Or just plan on coming out to Liberty High School in June to see what all the fuss is about! There were be events happening nearly every hour of the day for 24 hours including vendors, bands, family-friendly movies and more! Some families even camp out overnight. Check the website or contact me if you have any questions.

CHANCE TO HELP JAPAN & NZ QUAKE VICTIMS

[I’d like to take a break from any real estate topics this week and share with you some information about how you can help the victims of the recent earthquakes that have devastated parts of New Zealand and then Japan.]

Shortly after the Christchurch, NZ, Feb 22nd earthquake hit, a 17-year old Brentwood resident, James Graydon, was speaking with his mom and expressed a desire to want to do something to help the people of NZ since he has relatives living in that city and his grandfather, local resident Rob Gwynne, had lived there for 32 years before coming to America. From that initial conversation, a global fundraising campaign was sparked and became reality in short order. As soon as the Japanese earthquake hit, the focus of the campaign was expanded to include both countries.

To donate online, please visit www.aid4rof.org, click on the “Act Now” tab and follow the instructions. You can specify if you want your funds to benefit Japan or NZ (if you have a preference). To send a check, please make it payable to: Love 4 Our Neighbors – with AID4ROF in the memo line and mail to: Love 4 Our Neighbors, 2025 Newton Drive, Brentwood, CA 94513. Or, you may visit any Chase branch in the U.S. to make a deposit directly into account number 904813888.

Net proceeds will directly benefit the victims of the Christchurch, NZ earthquake and the Northeastern Japan earthquake & tsunami. Funds will be wired directly to non-profit partners in each country. For more information or to find out how you can help, please call: 1-855-AID4ROF (243-4763)

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