2019 Community Enhancement of the Year

Name: City2Shore, Jaimie Fellows-Garno

Community Involvement:

About Her: Jaimie Fellows-Garno epitomizes integrity, energy, hard work and creative services in every detail of your real estate transaction.  As a
Northern Michigan native, Jaimie grew up in the Manton area and has a love for all our area has to offer.   She has built a successful career in Real Estate
for over 17 years.  She has worked every aspect of the industry representing sellers, buyers, investors and banks, in both the residential and commercial
    Jaimie is very family oriented and is devoted to God, she has a wonderful husband and 3 children.  An outdoor enthusiast by nature, Jaimie loves to
explore and travel! She also enjoys hiking the North Country Trail, yoga, boating on the rivers and lakes, and entertaining friends and family at her home.  
She is very active within her community and won the 2016 Best of the Best Award from the Cadillac Evening News and was also the featured agent in Top
Agent Magazine’s August 2019 issue.  Jaimie loves her clients and takes care of them like family, she prides herself on quick response times and an honest
approach to sales.
    Jaimie values training and is always working on ways to raise her skill level to better serve her clients.  She loves to build strong and lasting business
relationships and uses her experience and foresight to proactively address details before they become problems.
    For Jaimie, this is more than a job, it's her way to help others attain the American Dream and create lasting memories of home.
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2019 Community Participation Awards

Name: Robert Priest

Community Involvement
: Greatly involved with the Manton Area Chamber of Commerce. Head of the Chamber committee for the Annual
Chili Cook-Off and the Annual Halloween Monster Mash. Member of the board for Manton's Annual Harvest Festival. Involved with coaching
girls little league softball.

About Him: My family was poor growing up. We must have moved 9 times before I was 13 years old. When I was 11 we moved here to
Manton for a couple years before finally buying a home in Harrison where I went on to graduate. From there my life took me from Flint
Michigan out to Prescott Arizona where I have seen and learned a lot about business, advertising & marketing. I have a wonderful wife of
17 years and 3 beautiful kids. In 2009, while living in Arizona, my wife and I got word that both our mothers were not doing well. This
brought us back to Michigan. After spending the first 2 months in Lake City, my wife asked me where do we want to buy a home to settle
down in. My only response was, "Manton". From the age of 11 until today, I never stopped loving this little town of ours. I found peace with it
then and I find peace with it now.

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