Scholarship Recipients

OH2017ScholarshipsCongratulations to this year’s Community Fund Scholarship recipients. Oak Harbor recipients are Juliann Rose Jansen, Shainna Araucto, Adam Nelson, and Aelizah Espiritu (all shown here with Coldwell Banker Tara Properties Oak Harbor broker Daryl Hicks). South Whidbey recipients are Lauren Damerau, Spencer Fee, Tyler Heggenes, and Aria Ludtke. From Coupeville, the recipients are Kaela Rae Hollrigel and Charlotte Langille. We are happy to provide college assistance to these fine high school graduates.

Every year, Coldwell Banker Tara Properties’ Agents contribute a portion of their commissions through the company’s “Community Fund” to people in need and to community agencies and schools on Whidbey Island.

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Community Fund Food Bank Donation

goodcheerfoodbankEvery year, Coldwell Banker Tara Properties’ Agents contribute a portion of their commissions through the company’s “Community Fund” to people in need and to community agencies and schools on Whidbey Island.

Pictured here is Gail Pierce, a broker in our Bayview office, delivering a check to the Good Cheer Food Bank to help them meet the needs of our community.

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Our Community Fund Helps “Help House”

Help House Oak HarborColdwell Banker Tara Properties’ Community Fund is proud to be able to give needed funds to Help House Food Bank in Oak Harbor on Whidbey Island. Help House provides assistance to those in need including supplemental and emergency food, Salvation Army prescription vouchers and telephone health and welfare check-ups. Pictured is Maria Hulett (right), a broker in our Oak Harbor office, presenting a check to Jean Weiman.

When you work with Coldwell Banker Tara Properties, you invest in your community.

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Is Your Dog Royalty?

081316WagnWalkAdColdwell Banker Tara Properties’ Community Fund is proud to support the Whidbey Animals’ Improvement Foundation (‘WAIF’). This year, WAIF’s Wag ‘n’ Walk festival will be held from 11am-3pm on Sunday, August 21 at the Greenbank Farm. Come out and enjoy the contests, costumes, and canine festivities. Enter your dog in the contest for King and Queen. Do you look like your dog? Enter the Owner and Dog look-alike contest. It’s fun for everyone whether you bring your dog or not. There’s even a beer & wine garden. And say ‘hello’ to Deborah Jones, a broker from our Freeland office volunteering at the event. This is a Whidbey Island tradition you don’t want to miss. You can get more details for this event at the WAIF site.

South Whidbey Scholarship Winners

scholarships2016Here are photos of the 4 Coldwell Banker Tara Properties Community Fund scholarships winners of 2016 from South Whidbey High School. John Patton is presenting these awards to Anna Lynch, Maryn Lee Patterson, Sarah Parker, and Hailey Rose Simchuk. Congratulations and good luck to all!

Congratulations to Whidbey Island High School Seniors

061116adColdwell Banker Tara Properties was again proud to honor the high schools graduates of 2016 with ten scholarships. Our Community Fund presented scholarships to four seniors from Oak Harbor High (Taylor Halverson, Rosego Mooki, Ardizon Valdez, and Tiara Colston), four seniors from South Whidbey High (Maryn Lee Patterson, Anna Lynch, Sarah Parker, and Hailey Rose Simchuk), and two seniors from Coupeville High (Destiny Cleary and McKenzie Bailey). We congratulate all of the Whidbey Island graduating seniors and wish them success in their future endeavors. Through 2015, Coldwell Banker Tara Properties had given $131,000 in scholarships. When you work with Coldwell Banker Tara Properties, you invest in your community!

Helping Our Community

Ad052816Coldwell Banker Tara Properties Agents, through our Community Fund, contribute part of EVERY commission to help people in need on Whidbey Island, local community agencies and non-profits. We give EVERY DAY, not just occasionally. We’re happy to be a part of this Island and we show it.

North Whidbey Help House

HelpHouseThe Community Fund of Coldwell Banker Tara Properties is happy to support the North Whidbey Help House. Pictured is Jan McKinney from our Oak Harbor officer presenting a check to a Help House representative.

The Help House provides assistance to those in need in our community in an impartial and dignified manner and provides supplemental/emergency food, Salvation Army prescription vouchers once a year, and telephone health and welfare checkups via their tele-care program. They work with other human service agencies in our community to ensure the best possible assistance possible and assist wherever possible in not only improving lifestyles, but striving towards independence from the need for assistance.

Congratulations…..to us!

Erl Bangston, our founder

This month marks the 39th anniversary of the beginning of Coldwell Banker Tara Properties. Erl Bangston started Tara Properties way back in 1975 and we’ve been a successful real estate company on Whidbey Island ever since. Our experienced and knowledgeable agents have helped thousands of folks buy their dream homes and gotten them top dollar when they decided to sell. Through our Community Fund, we’ve helped non-profits, people in need, and provided scholarships for high school students on their way to college. Tara Properties became Coldwell Banker Tara Properties in 1995. By associating with this global company, we extended our reach to aid those buyers coming from afar and sellers relocating to a distant town.

We’re ready to start our next 39 years on Whidbey Island.

Community Fund – 30 Years and Counting

To date, Coldwell Banker Tara Properties’ Agents have contributed over $352,000 through the company’s “Community Fund” for people in need and for community agencies and schools on Whidbey Island. Many of our agents are personally involved with these worthwhile causes. Part of every commission is deposited into our Community Fund. Read about some of our recipients at http://www.cbwhidbey.com/community-fund-and-non-profit-org.