We had a super fantastic time volunteering for the Special Olympics yesterday! It was so great giving back to our community and the folks that make it so great!
Another successful Spring Showcase!
Thank you Nancy Anderson LaPlante for letting us join in on the Mary Kay Kiss for a Cause project, which helps eliminate domestic violence.
Thank you for your donations to the Food Bank of Eastern NC. A great start to 2015! Happy New Year to all!
Happy Halloween! Trunk or Treat at the Fairfield Harbour Community Center
Resort Management Group is embarking on a challenge for each of our associates to bring in one can of food or other non-perishable item per week for 12 weeks. At the end of the 12 weeks, we will donate to Religious Community Services (RCS). The community is more than welcome to help, bring your canned goods into the property management office, and we will take them to RCS for you!
Members of the Resort Management Group have teamed up to support the Wounded Warrior Project at the World's Largest Golf Outing at the Harbour Point Golf Club.
Members of the Resort Management Group teamed up to support the Habitat for Humanity "Women Build."
Resort Management Group volunteers shared a day helping out at the Special Olympics at Grover C. Middle School in New Bern, NC.
"A Place Where Ideas are Born and Connections are Made"
The Cooperative Business Council of Fairfield Harbour (CBCFH) presents its annual Spring Showcase Tradeshow at the Harbour Pointe Golf Club Covered Pavillion on Sunday, April 27th from 2:00 - 5:00 pm.
Admission is FREE.
There will be Refreshments,
Live Music by Tom & Dahlin', Craig Cooper and Lizabeth Holt.
Several members of the Resort Management Group team were fortunate enough to participate in the Great Glow Run in downtown New Bern on the evening of March 29th, 2014. We are more fortunate to know Wesley Roebuck, a 6 year old with Cerebral Palsy who was the featured participant for the Glow Run. Proceeds from this illuminated 5K race go to the Easter Seals UCP, which has touched the lives of over 20,000 adults and children with disabilities every year. Wesley is the cousin of Maria McMahon, who is employed with Resort Management Group. Maria and her fiancé, Tom, who is also employed with Resort Management Group are currently taking care of Wesley while his father is deployed with the United States Marine Corps. When his father, Robert, left for his deployment in November, Wesley was still dependent on his walker for mobility. In the Great Glow Run, Wesley walked over a mile with no assistance! This amazing boy is so inspiring, and will quickly tell you, “Don’t doubt me!” His can-do attitude has taken him to the soccer field, where he currently plays in a league. Next year we hope you will all consider joining us in this 5K race to help others become positive role models, like our Wesley!
Resort Management Group staff with Gayle Albertini, Susanne Pendleton and Mystre Van Horn enjoying beautiful clothes from downtown New Bern's Peacock's Plume at the fashion show benefit for Coastal Women's Shelter!
Successful Dinner and Quarterly Meeting of Association Board Members and Staff
Jennifer and Staci passed their certification exams and received their Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) Certificates
Come join Resort Management Group on Thursday, February 13th as we paint some Empty Bowls to help a local charity to feed the hungry.
The Broad Creek Recreation Center is proud to host the 3rd Annual Resolution 5K Fun Run / Walk with all proceeds raised being donated to benefit the Religious Community Services (RCS). Participants received a long sleeved T-shirt.
Congratulations Resort Management Group! Two Resort Management Group associates passed their certification exams to obtain their Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) licenses
On June 8, Resort Management Group (The Resort at Fairfield Harbour) hosted a lemonade stand to raise funds for childhood cancer research. Founded by Alex Scott (1996-2004) in 2004, Lemonade Days is a three-day national event that grew out of Alex’s front yard lemonade stand and is held every year over the same June weekend. During Lemonade Days, volunteers host thousands of Alex’s Lemonade Stands across the country, raising over $1 million in one weekend. June 2013 marked the 10th Annual Lemonade Days.
Resort Management Group’s dedicated employees sold ice-cold lemonade, baked goods for three hours and thanked the Fairfield Harbour timeshare owners and residents for donating $357 to this great cause. Aaron Maune and Sarah Herrmann, Resort Management Group founders, have agreed to increase the donation by $251 to meet the original goal of $608. We are already planning ahead for our second annual Lemonade Days in 2014.
Resort Management Group (RMG) participated in the Coastal Women’s Shelter’s Annual 5K “Run for Shelter” on June 22 at Creekside Park. Although it was a bit rainy, the RMG associates took to the trail to provide directions and pass out water along the route, which went into Taberna and then circled back to Creekside Park. Over $5,300 was raised to support CWS and domestic violence survivors in Craven, Pamlico and Jones Counties. This worthy organization is always thankful for volunteers as well as donations. Their Helping Hands Boutique in James City is in need of volunteers as well as donations. You can even collect your unused trial-sized shampoos, soaps, conditioners, etc, from your last hotel stay and drop those off to greatly help suddenly displaced families.
May 2nd - Resort Management Group associates participated in the Special Olympics’ Games at Grover C. Fields Middle School. The games hosted over 250 athletes of all ages and included softball throw, standing and long jumps and relay races. RMG employees Tom Anderson, Maria McMahon, Sarah Herrmann, Aaron Maune, Andrea McConnell, Kelli Asby, Jean Runte and Staci Hartley helped coordinate the softball throw.
The Broad Creek Recreation Center is proud to host the 2nd Annual Resolution 5K Fun Run / Walk with all proceeds raised being donated to benefit the Religious Community Services (RCS).
26 Acts of Kindness for the Sandy Hook Elementary. We are doing a random act of kindness in memory of each of the 26 people who died in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
If you would like to participate, simply do something kind for either someone you know or don’t know.It can be anything from assisting someone in need to buying someone’s meal at the drive-thru. Money does not have to be involved. This is happening all over the world, so if you need ideas, you can search 26 random acts of kindness and find some.
If you participate, simply write what you did next to someone’s name on the board. The adults who died are listed on the school, and the children surround the school. Unless you would like to be recognized, this remains anonymous.
To pay it forward, if possible, let the person know by note or by telling them, that they are a recipient of a random act of kindness, and to please pay it forward.
Help us help the people of Toms River, New Jersey who are recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Sandy! Bring your new/gently used items to Resort Management Group and Help us fill the truck!
The Resort Management Group team made a collective effort to donate school supplies for the local Salvation Army Backpack Drive.