Flip This Ardmore House!

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Seasoned investor, Laura Farrell, lives in Ardmore, flips houses in Ardmore and teaches others how to flip a house for fun and profit!

If you’re interested in what it takes to become a “flipper” or what you would need to do to make sure your property sells quickly and at a good price, come to this interesting workshop on
Saturday, February 18th from 1:00pm- 4:00pm at the

Miller Park Recreation Center.

Cost of workshop and materials:

$25 non- ANA member
$15 ANA Member

Sign Up for “Flip That Ardmore House” via on Yapsody

Sponsored by the Ardmore Neighborhood Association.

All proceeds are donated to the ANA.

A little about Laura Farrell…..

A little about Laura Farrell…..
• Has flipped over 75 properties in the last 30 years.
• Has made a profit on every single flip.
• Has written over 35 real estate programs for licensed real estate professionals
• On-line instructor for licensed real estate salespeople
• Owns Ardmore Realty
• Editor for Hondros Real Estate Education textbooks
• Instructor at Manfred Real Estate School in New York
• Landlord of eight rental units in Ardmore
• Marketing consultant for several real estate firms throughout New York
• Expert witness consultant for real estate related law suits
• Board member of the Ardmore Neighborhood Association

November 2016 Meeting Minutes

November 3, 2016 ANA Meeting Minutes

Present: Daniel Castro (President), Marlo Newman (Treasurer), Jordan Payne (Vice President), Lyndia Cone, Bonnie Crouse, Laura Farrell, Lisa & Tom Kurczeka, Robert Newman, Lori Noel, Kathy Pearre, Charlie Whittington

Absent:  Andy Anderson (Secretary), Russ Dubois, Shelly Snider, David Cone

Call to Order: 7:00 pm

Daniel and Jordan welcomed everyone. Daniel’s goal for this year is growing our membership. He would like to hold 5-6 events for the community, have productive and focused board meetings, and committee heads. Daniel will email out the August meeting minutes so board members can vote on them.

The balance last month was $4,200.06 and after the annual event the balance is $3,902.84 per Marlo (Treasurer) and we currently have 113 members.

Bonnie worked with the planning board for opposing the new development. She represented the ANA in opposing the plan and the vote was a unanimous no. The developer will take it to the city council to see if it can be overridden. He wrote a request to withdraw. Dan Besse is staying informed on the outcome. The next meeting is 11/10/16 and Bonnie will be present to represent the ANA.

For Board communications, Daniel proposed that we use a listserv (group email list) to communicate. Laura made a motion to allow a $100 budget for Daniel and Kandi to set this up. Bonnie seconded the motion and it was approved by all members of the board.

The next event that will be held by the ANA will be on Dec. 18th from 5-7 pm. It will consist of the ANA members and board Christmas caroling in Ardmore, dressed up as elves, Santa, etc., and cookies to hand out with membership papers to our Ardmore neighbors. Robert made a motion to hold the event and Charlie seconded the motion. All board members approved.

Laura asked for clarification about the ANA’s involvement with the Ardmore History Project. Bonnie (past ANA president) clarified there is no current agreement with the Ardmore History Project and that the people involved are current members and past members. If the ANA is approached by the group making the book, then we will then decide our involvement and support.

Daniel appointed committee chairs:

  • Events: Marlo Newman and Kathy Pearre
  • Zoning: Jordan Payne
  • Crime: David Cone
  • Membership: Laura Ferrell and Tom Kurczeka
  • Marketing/PR: Russ Dubois and Robert Newman
  • IT/Social Media: Kandi Villano
  • Fundraising: Bonnie Crouse

Tom motioned to end meeting at 7:55pm and Rob seconded the motion. Meeting adjourned.

Christmas Caroling in Ardmore – December 18

Date and Time: Sunday, December 18, 2016 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM (Meet at 4:45 PM)

Meeting Location: Parking Lot of Ardmore Methodist Church (630 S Hawthorne Rd, Winston-Salem, NC 27103)

Come jingle and mingle! Join the ANA as we wish our neighbors good cheer during this holiday season. Festive clothing is encouraged. All are welcome.

Interested in joining? Sign up below so we know you are coming.

Get Involved With the ANA

Get involved in your neighborhood. The Ardmore Neighborhood Association runs a number of committees and encourages members to participate. Find a description below of each committee. To join one or more committees, send an email to ardmore@nullardmore.ws.

Events

Co-Chairs: Marlo Newman and Kathy Pearre

The events committee organizes social activites for the community, including the annual 4th of July picnic.

Zoning

Chair: Jordan Payne

The zoning committee tracks important developments that can affect our neighborhood, such as rezonings, special use permits, or other actions by the City-County Planning Board.

Crime

Chair: David Cone

The crime committee works with the Winston-Salem police to monitor reports in our neighborhood, identify issues, and share updates with our community.

Membership

Co-Chairs: Laura Ferrell and Tom Kurczeka

The membership committee recruits new members, both individuals and businesses, to join the ANA.

Marketing/PR

Co-Chairs: Russ Dubois and Robert Newman

The marketing/PR committee promotes the ANA and its activities throughout the community.

IT/Social Media

Chair: Kandi Villano

The IT/social media committee keeps our website, social media accounts, and other technology running.

Fundraising

Chair: Bonnie Crouse

The fundraising committee raises funds to support the ANA and its activities.

Sugar Blues: Are You Addicted To Sugar?

Do you wonder if your kids are eating too much sugar?
Confused by food labels on how much sugar you are really eating?
Did you know there are over 25 words used in food labeling for the word sugar?
Do you want to learn how to kick the sugar habit?
Join your neighbors at an informative 2 hour workshop that will explore how the sugar in our diets can affect our health and our wallet. Learn how to cut back on the amount of sugar you are consuming each day. Recipes & a sample of a sweet treat to try that your family will love!

The discussion will be followed by a  yoga class designed for both beginners and experienced students. We will explore yoga poses that can help aid in digestion. All body types and fitness levels welcome!
Ardmore Community Workshop
When: October 1st 2016
Time: 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Where Miller Park Rec Center 400 Leisure Lane
Cost: $10.00

To confirm your spot in the workshop email Jennnie@nullForthewellnessofit.com
Include full name, address, email and phone number.

You will receive confirmation email.
Register by September 28th 2016

Limited to 20 participants 18 & older
Sponsored by

ardmore

wellness