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Request for Nominations: Houston Association of REALTORS® Annual Awards

Please nominate someone who who you think is worthy of one of the HAR’s annual awards—the REALTOR® of the Year and the John E. Wolf Community Service Award. 2017 REALTOR® of the Year HAR members give this award to recognize an HAR REALTOR® member who best personifies the REALTOR® in spirit and ethics, through service to his or her profession, peers and the REALTOR® Association. Criteria include: service and accomplishment
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The 16th Annual Nancy Owens Memorial Foundation Luncheon

Monday, October 16 Hilton Americas-Houston, 1600 Lamar Street Reception 11 a.m. · Seated Lunch 12 noon Featuring Guest Speaker Joan Lunden Award-winning journalist, best-selling author, motivational speaker, successful entrepreneur, breast cancer survivor, health and wellness advocate, one of America’s most recognized and trusted television personalities and mom. Honoring Spirit of Courage Award Recipient Alyson Haas The Nancy Owens Spirit of Courage Award recognizes extraordinary courage in the face of adversity
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TAR Invites You to Attend “The Future of Suburbia”

You're invited to a free discussion about the changing face of America, featuring former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Henry Cisneros, author Joel Kotkin and MIT Professor Alan Berger. Register now to attend "The Future of Suburbia," happening on Wednesday, October 25 in Houston. Date and time: Wednesday, October 25 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Location: Public Affairs Building at Texas Southern University 3100 Cleburne St. Houston, TX 77004
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With Our Deepest Sympathies

Grace Walsh Carroll HAR extends condolences to family, friends and colleagues of member Grace Walsh Carroll, who died on August 26 in Houston. Grace devoted 44 years to her real estate career and was co-founder of Carroll & Carroll Properties. Grace attended St. Mary's Catholic School and graduated from the Visitation Monastery in Mobile, Alabama. She attended Gulf Park College and graduated from the University of Alabama where she was