The Liz Moore Market Watch Blog

4,801 Jars of Peanut Butter Collected for Local Food Banks

Posted by Lynnette Tully on Wed, Sep 01, 2021 @ 02:36 PM

WOWZA! Our peanut butter drive is a wrap and together we collected 4,801 jars for our local food banks! Congratulations to our Newport News office who won by collecting the most - 2,391 jars! Thank you to ALL who donated.

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Tags: Community, lizlocal-Northernneck-community, lizlocal-Peninsula-community, lizlocal-richmond-community, lizlocal-williamsburg-community

Two Opportunities to Donate Blood This Week at Liz Moore & Associates

Posted by Lynnette Tully on Mon, Aug 30, 2021 @ 02:16 PM

BloodDrive_FB2The Red Cross is in need of blood donations.  If you would like to help, there are two opportunities to give blood at a Liz Moore office this week - one in Richmond and one in Newport News.  You must register for a time slot ahead of time.

Richmond
August 31st 1-6pm
14061 Midlothian Turnpike
To sign up, call 1-800-REDCROSS or visit redcrossblood.org and enter "PEACE" as the location
*hosted by Peace Properties

Newport News
September 2nd 10-2pm
11801 Canon Blvd. Ste. 100
To signup, visit lizmoore.com/giveblood
*hosted by Shavonne Miles

Tags: Community, lizlocal-Northernneck-community, lizlocal-Peninsula-community, lizlocal-richmond-community, lizlocal-williamsburg-community

Collecting Peanut Butter for our Local Food Banks

Posted by Lynnette Tully on Tue, Aug 10, 2021 @ 09:50 AM
🎶It's Peanut Butter Jelly Time!🎶
 
We are collecting jars of peanut butter during the month of August to help restock our local food banks in time for the new school year. Drop of your donations to any Liz Moore office. And word on the street is there's a competition between the offices to see who can collect the most, so choose wisely 😉.
 
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Tags: Community, lizlocal-Northernneck-community, lizlocal-Peninsula-community, lizlocal-richmond-community, lizlocal-williamsburg-community

First Responders Family Fun Day - August 1, 2021

Posted by Lynnette Tully on Wed, Jul 14, 2021 @ 01:56 PM

Join us on August 1, 2021 from 1-3pm in the parking lot of our Newport News office (11801 Canon Blvd.) to show our appreciation for our local First Responders! Enjoy a day of fun with hotdogs, cotton candy, face painting, and more. Kids can get their photos taken on first responder vehicles, too. Do you know a first responder? Make sure and invite them!  Click here to share the Facebook Event Invitation.

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Tags: Community, lizlocal-Peninsula-community

Congratulations to the Winners of our Dream House Coloring Contest!

Posted by Lynnette Tully on Mon, Jul 12, 2021 @ 07:09 AM

We set out to find the most creative dream houses thought up by kids and WOW, we received some amazing entrees!  We awarded grand prizes in each age bracket as well as two runners up.  Visit our Facebook Page to see the winners.

___Haylee_11 and her friend Autumn_11

 

Tags: lizlocal-Northernneck-community, lizlocal-Peninsula-community, lizlocal-richmond-community, lizlocal-williamsburg-community

Why Tabb, Virginia?

Posted by Lynnette Tully on Fri, Aug 30, 2019 @ 09:05 AM

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The much sought-after area of Tabb is known for its fantastic schools, sports teams and charming community, but very few know the story behind the land that is loved so much. One tract of land in particular, home of the new community Smith Farm Estates, tells a story rich in history of a pioneer before her time.

Mary Octavia Smith was born in 1845 and was married to Alexander Tabb in 1871. She bore 3 children and became a widow at a young age, leaving her to raise the children on her own. Looking for an opportunity to provide for her family, she applied to the Federal Government requesting for a post office to be placed in the community she lived in, Smithville. Tabb’s request was granted, and history was forever changed.

She became the first female Post Master for the state in 1893 and remained in office until 1910.  27 years before the women’s suffrage movement, this was no small feat. As a Post Master, one of the most coveted and respected positions in the Government, Tabb was a woman ahead of her time. Dedicated to taking care of her family, she converted her house into the post office and served people out of window on the front porch. The area once known as “Smithville” was later named “Tabb” as a nod to Ms. Tabb’s post office.

Located on the heart of what was once Tabb’s property, Smith Farm Estates is nestled in history.  Not only are these ½ acre+ lots highly desired due to location, but the deep historical roots of the land make it even more desirable.

Liz Moore and Associates is honored to represent Edgerton Contracting in this groundbreaking community! For more information on available lots, or for a tour, please contact Jenny Edgerton at (757) 592-3378.

Tags: York County, New Homes, Peninsula, lizlocal-Peninsula, lizlocal-Peninsula-community