Marian Maggi Wins Distinguished Service Award

Inr addition to receiving her 35 year membership pin at the Loveland-Berthoud Association of REALTORS installation and awards ceremony last, Marian Maggi was also the recipient of the distinguished service award that is given to an association member in recognition of their years of dedication and service to the association and the real estate industry as a whole. Congratulations Marian!

Berthoud High Unified Basketball

By: Kim Skoric

What do the words ‘inspiration’ ‘enthusiasm’ and ‘fun’ have in common?  As one of the founding coaches of Berthoud High School’s Unified Basketball Program, Town and Country’s Re/Max Broker, Kim Skoric hopes to include all of those words and more.  Working together, the team and its coaches continue the journey which began three seasons ago in the world of basketball.  

With the help and participation of student mentors and staff volunteers we maintain a thriving Unified Basketball team at BHS.  Unified Sports joins people with and without intellectual disabilities on the same team.  The program was inspired by a simple principle: training together and playing together is a quick path to friendship and understanding

This season all of the schools within Thompson Valley R2-J School District have a representative Unified team.  This enables Berthoud’s team to play games both at home and away.  

If you want to change the way you look at sports forever come to a Unified game this season.  You will be glad you did.  😊

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Our Lives Outside of Real Estate

By: Marian Maggi

I’m proud to drive and serve on the Board for RAFT (Rural Alternatives for Transportation)

In 2013 Ruth Fletcher-Carter, a woman who grew up in Berthoud and came back after retirement, was made aware of a need that wasn’t being met in our community, and garnered support from her many friends and acquaintances to make RAFT a reality. RAFT provides a donation-only transportation service for seniors over 60, developmentally disabled, and persons who are unable to drive temporarily for medical reasons.  Raft  is working to fulfill a much-needed resource in the Berthoud community, due to the ever-increasing demand from seniors and developmentally disabled.

Transportation is a valuable resource that most of us take for granted as we hop into our cars and drive wherever and whenever we want or need to. But if you’re on a fixed income or unable to drive and don’t have family or friends who can take you to work or medical appointments or even just shopping or to a hair appointment, a trip can be a very costly hit to your limited budget.

If you’re aware of someone who could use RAFT’s service or if you have a flexible schedule and can choose to volunteer 1 or 2 hours per week, consider calling the RAFT office, 970-532-0808. I have found driving for RAFT to be a very satisfying way to volunteer. Getting to know our riders and other drivers has been especially rewarding.

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