Davidson Cares Clay Day: Focus on Take Stock in Children

October 9, 2018

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The 3rd Annual Davidson Cares Clay Day is fast approaching and we are thrilled to donate a portion of the proceeds from the event and supporting raffles to Take Stock in Children (TSIC).

 

Since 1998, TSIC has been under the umbrella of INK! (Investing In Kids), which is the only direct support organization of the St. Johns County School District.

 

“Local schools benefit immeasurably from INK! and its programs like Take Stock in Children, which helps kids overcome difficult odds and pave the way to college,” said Sherry Davidson, President of Davidson Realty and INK! Board Member.

 

What is Take Stock in Children?

TSIC is a nonprofit organization working throughout Florida to provide opportunities for a post-secondary education in an effort to break the cycle of poverty for low-income, academically qualified students.

 

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Jaguars tickets & fishing charter among Davidson Cares charity raffle prizes

September 6, 2018

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In association with our annual sport shooting event on October 18, Davidson Cares is running three raffle contests.

 

Jaguars Package – Sponsored by Dreamfinders Homes, the Jaguars Package includes 30 tickets to the Jags vs. Colts game on December 2 at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville. The package also includes two parking passes in Lot V for pre-game tent tailgating and Publix gift cards worth $125.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fishing Package – Courtesy of TECO, the Fishing Package includes a half-day fishing charter and lunch with Captain Leon Dana, as well as three Costa halyard retainers, three Buff multifunctional headwear bandannas and three Huk performance fishing hats.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cooler & Cocktail Package – Arthur Rutenberg Homes presents the Cooler & Cocktail Package, including a 65-quart YETI cooler and an assortment of 14 liquors (between .75 and 1.75 liters each) from Broudy’s Fine Wine & Spirits. Plenty of party snacks are also included.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tickets are on sale at DavidsonCares.com. Purchase one ticket for $10 or 15 tickets for $100.

 

 

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HAVING A HEAT WAVE

July 17, 2018

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Summer is sizzling – both weather-wise and development-wise. Things are heating-up, and we all know that not everyone takes it with the same resolve or with the same long-term outlook that things are destined to change, usually for the better.

 

The pace and character of new development is a case in point.

 

A common reaction is to take the not-in-my-backyard approach to news about coming development – when one could easily and most assuredly consider the news to be about “coming attractions”, i.e., positives that strengthen the values of our area and neighborhoods.

 

There are numerous, new neighborhoods in the works – from south Duval County to south St. Augustine. Many are already under development with their initial phases. Others are in rapid roll-out or on the cusp of ground-breaking.

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Davidson Realty agent Carolyn Palacios organizes Hunger Fight effort

May 18, 2018

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Thanks to Carolyn Palacios and eight fellow Davidson Realty agents, fewer Northeast Florida students will experience hunger in the coming year.

 

Carolyn recently organized an effort for the non-profit Hunger Fight to provide nutritious meals to more than 20 students for an entire year, including weekends and summertime.

 

Agents at both Davidson Realty locations pitched in to help. Realtors at the World Golf Village office sponsored students in need at Mill Creek Elementary School, and several Jacksonville Beach agents lent their support to students at Seabreeze Elementary School.

 

In addition to Carolyn, Davidson Realty contributors include Sherry Davidson, Candy Gil, Erin Mount, Shirley Barber, Jennifer Todd, Matt Burkhart and Mirtha Barzaga.

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St Johns County School Districts Drive Summer Moving: What You Need to Know!

June 19, 2015

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When the county you live in boasts the “best schools in the state of Florida”, it is no wonder that the summer season is peak moving season in our area. Whether you are relocating to our area for the school system, upgrading from your starter home, or building your dream home from the ground up, most of you are doing it over the summer. Read more

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