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September 22, 2002

Bank volunteers help Habitat for Humanity

Bank of America volunteers participated last week in beginning construction on a Habitat for Humanity home in the Sandtown-Winchester neighborhood of West Baltimore.

The project is part of a national homebuilding project named in honor of Hugh McColl Jr., Bank of America's former chairman and chief executive officer.

The McColl Habitat for Humanity project is a community effort that is expected to produce 120 new homes over the next five years in cities where Bank of America does business.

On the move

Patricia Scherer of Washington Homes has been designated a certified new home marketing professional by the National Association of Home Builders' Institute of Residential Marketing. Scherer's designation is based on her sales and marketing experience and education. She has been in new-home sales for more than 20 years and is vice president of sales and marketing for Washington Homes Maryland North.

HARBEL Housing Partnership announces its new preferred agent affiliates: Somie Bhookmohnan (Re/Max Elite), Betty Dougherty (Coldwell Banker), Ernest Gambrill (Long & Foster), Tina Jackman (Coldwell Banker), Linda Plack (Re/Max American Dream), Naji Rashid (Re/Max 1st Advantage), Michele Reid (Long & Foster), Gail Rowe (Equity Realty), Barbara Walsh (Re/Max American Dream) and Dana Washington (Prudential Carruthers). The Housing Partnership assists first-time homebuyers.

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