Georgetown Seniors Treated to Special Long & Foster Luncheon

Volunteer Claire-Lise Levin, Wendy Erlander, director of the Georgetown Senior Center, and Roger Carp, head of the Georgetown office of Long & Foster Real Estate-Christie's International Real Estate. | Photo by Robert Devaney

The Georgetown Senior Center — which meets two times a week at St. John’s Church on O Street for lunch as well as social and educational programs — got a special treat June 3 from a group of energetic real estate agents from the Georgetown office of Long & Foster Real Estate & Christie’s International Real Estate. Agents offered up an indoor picnic of cheeses, charcuterie, tuna and chicken salad sandwiches as well as slices of crowd-pleasing strawberry short cake.

The Long & Foster project leader was Margaret Heimbold with the help of Natalee Snider. Volunteers included Susan Daves, David Snider, Olena Norman, Derry, Haws, Patricia Sonaty, Rose-Marie Harris, Thomas Knobloch, Scout Sinclair, John Arnold, Emmanuel Sturley, Judi Cochran and her daughter Edina Morse. The annual picnic luncheon at St. John’s for the seniors is part of Long & Foster’s company-wide Community Service Day.

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