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Appreciation Luncheon Held for Oxford Park Realtors

(L to R) Area Realtors who received cash prizes for their sales at Oxford Park. Stan Hulsey, Century 21 Hancock Properties, Margaret Blanchard, Prudential Select Properties- Creedmoor, Faye Guin, Century 21 Country Knolls, Wills Hancock, Century 21, Hancock Properties and Ashley Stewardson, Remax Carriage Realty - Henderson

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OXFORD, NORTH CAROLINA, February 1, 2007 -- A special appreciation luncheon was held on Tuesday, January 30, at Oxford Park, to thank local realtors for their participation in the sale of over 50 new homes in the regions largest planned community.

Approximately forty area realtors attended the luncheon which was hosted by Peyton Grissom and Jan Barrese, sales agents for East West Realty-Oxford Park. A gourmet lunch was prepared and enjoyed.

Lucy Bode, one of the owners of Oxford Park, expressed her gratitude to the local Realtors for their partnership in making Oxford Park such a success. "You have told us what your clients desire and we have great builders who are delivering homes with the features you've requested. Everyone is thrilled with how this new community looks and what it is offering to prospective home buyers. Oxford Park is a great story of teamwork and community involvement." Bode also gave the Realtors an update on the recreational complex being developed by the City of Oxford adjacent to Oxford Park. Bode announced that her family is donating an additional 7 acres of land so the city can apply for an additional $400,000 grant from the state to fund Phase II of the project. Last year, after the initial Bode $500,000 land contribution, the City of Oxford applied for and received a $500,000 grant for Phase I which will include a Little League field, a soft-ball field and parking.

Funding for Phase II will provide an additional Little League field, soft-ball field, and two football/soccer fields, a concession stand, restroom facility and walking trails. Bode stated "Upon completion this will be the finest recreational complex in the region and will benefit the children of this area".

A special drawing was held after lunch for those Realtors who have sold homes at Oxford Park during 2006.

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