United Way honors Intracoastal Bank
Intracoastal Bank received the United Way of Volusia-Flagler Counties’ Live United Community Award for the first quarter of 2014.
“What makes this bank unique in our community is that leadership understands the concept of ‘grow our community and our bank will grow,’” United Way President Ray Salazar said. “The entire leadership team is committed to community service, volunteering their time and talent to numerous not for profit organizations.”
Bank employees helped sponsor a number of events or local nonprofits and charities from January to March of 2014, including the Eagle Boy Scout Dinner, Flagler Education Mardi Gras and a Fearless and Focused Luncheon to benefit the United Way’s Women’s Initiative Flagler Chapter, according to a United Way of Volusia-Flagler Counties press release.
Intracoastal Bank CEO Bruce Page sits on the United Way Board of Directors and Executive Committee, according to the press release. Other Intracoastal Bank employees are involved with the Flagler Education Foundation, Stewart-Marchman-Act Behavioral Health, Flagler Chamber of Commerce, Florida Hospital and other organizations, according to the press release.
The Live United Community Award is given out to one organization each quarter in recognition of outstanding contributions to the local community, and was started in 2010, according to the press release.
For more information on the United Way, call 253-0564 or visit unitedwayvfc.org.
Intracoastal Bank is located at 1290 N.W. Palm Coast Parkway. For more information, call 447-1662 or visit intracoastalbank.net.
Haven Hospice welcomes Jean MacAllister to Bunnell staff
Jean MacAllister has joined Haven Hospice Bunnell’s staff as a volunteer coordinator.
She will coordinate volunteer recruitment, training, placement and retention, integrate volunteers throughout the Bunnell teams, and create and implement annual strategic volunteer development plans.
MacAllister served as volunteer coordinator for the Flagler Volunteer Services for seven years, assisted in coordinating Flagler County School volunteers — where she initiated the “I Can Read” reading mentor program for kids in kindergarten through third grade — and has more than 10 years of human resources experience with volunteer staff.
Haven Hospice is a nonprofit community hospice, licensed in Florida since 1980.
For more information, call 800-727-1889 or visit www.havenhospice.org.
RE/MAX Select Professionals Palm Coast agent earns special designation
Pamela Capela, of RE/MAX Select Professionals, Palm Coast, has earned the prestigious Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist® designation from the Institute for Luxury Home Marketing in recognition of her experience, knowledge and expertise in the luxury home market, according to a RE/MAX Select Professionals, Palm Coast press release.
“Pam Capela is an example of a real estate professional who has worked to develop market knowledge and the special skills and competencies necessary to provide exceptional service in the fine homes and estates marketplace,” Institute President Laurie Moore-Moore said in the press release. “Affluent buyers and sellers can turn to sales professionals who have this designation and be confident that they have special expertise and experience in the luxury home marketplace.”
Capela has worked in the real estate industry since 2006, and specializes in the Flagler and Volusia County markets.
For information on the luxury home market, contact Capela at RE/MAX Select Professionals at 986-6284 or [email protected].