RE: Belmont’s Busy Weekend
Well, a big weekend has come and gone in dear old Belmont.
Some of the more progressive realtors in town were able to piggyback on the weekend that drew thousands of visitors to Friday Night Live!, the Garibaldi Festival, and the Belmont Women’s Club Home Tour. There were multiple “open houses” for homes that were for sale in the Belmont area. Realtors certainly took advantage to show their listings this weekend and particularly on Sunday.
photos from Belmont Rocks! website:
Some homes for sale within the tour pattern were visited by a number of individuals, and a few received offers this week according to our sources.
Now this is the way to market Belmont, events, social life, school activities, and FUN!
congratulations to all the people who continue to show the best of what Belmont has to offer. This summer should be very interesting with all the upcoming events that are planned.
Belmont Citizens of the Year
The Belmont, oops, Montcross, Chamber of Commerce bestowed its highest community award to Jack and Gearl Dean Page at its January 24 annual dinner.
We also congratulate the Pages for this award. As friends and neighbors at church and in the community, Jack and Gearl Dean have always been active and engaged in community projects.
Both the Gazette and Gaston/Lincoln section of the Observer wrote very nice stories about the Page’s involvement in a host of community activities.
Caravan Coffee owner, Vince Hill, was recognized as Business person of the year.
Now about changing Belmont to Montcross…