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221 W. Railroad Ave, Suite 1, Shelton, WA 98584 360-426-0689

General Membership Meeting January 18th / Start the year off right!!
PUD#3 2621 Johns Prairie Rd, Shelton
Come one! Come all! to the 1st MCAR meeting of 2019!!
Speakers : Andy Conklin will be bringing information to us about the coming YMCA
Shelton, WA  Lunch $10
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The MCAR newly elected board met for their annual retreat at the home of President, Angela Barnes, for a day of planning on 01/11/19. Get ready for a great year!
Great Fun had by all at our last RPAC "Sip and Savor",  held at the Tap House. Funds of  approximately $2000 were generated, which goes toward supporting land use and property rights legislation. RPAC Funds donated for the year have been $10,175...double previous year!   Yeah!
2018 Housing issues briefing was a great success. The speakers did a great job of bringing facts and information about Mason County to the members and to the invited guests. Over 56 people attended. Thank you to all who worked on putting together this years Briefing.
Copy and paste for a copy of the full event
Each year the Mason County Association of Realtors collect donations from our Realtor members and Affiliates to provide funds for school supplies for 3 schools within our county. We were a generous group this year collecting $1770!!! Pictured at our association luncheon receiving the checks are Doris Bolender, the Superintendent/Principal of the Southside School and Tina Effray from Sand Hills Elementary. Pictured in front of Mountain View Elementary School receiving their funds are Hannah Hoff, the Vice-Principal, Vickie Nunez, the Schools Supplies Chair and Mary Johnson, the principal.
Help Spread the Word! 
If you are not registered, you can register in person by October 29th at the Mason County Auditor's Office;   OR... by Mail or Online no later than October 8th, for the next upcoming
election on November 6th. 
Tell your friends and family to Get out and VOTE!
If you have any questions, you can call 1-800-448-4881 or go online to
The Mason County Association of Realtors are honored with 4 NAR Realtor Emeritus
Vince Himle - Windermere/Himlie  Jef Conklin - Windermere/Himlie  Keith Fuller - Windermere/Himlie and Larry Mitchell - Richard Beckman Group.
Members have to be nominated from their local Association and have been a member of the Association for 40 or more years. They must have served the REALTOR association in a leadership role. 
The City Council received enthusiastic public comment at its June 19 meeting regarding the YMCA long-term lease proposal for the city surplus property at the Wallace Kneeland Blvd & Shelton Springs Road intersection. It was standing room only in the Council Chambers as local Realtors®, EDC officials, YMCA volunteers and long-time business leaders expressed their support for a vote to move forward.  The Council has scheduled the Y deal for action on July 10 â€“ please mark your calendar!
Photo provided by Shelton Journal...Thank you Gordon!
City of Shelton, Police Chief, Darrin Moody speaks with 
Mason County Association of Realtors
Chief Moody joins MCAR at their June General Membership luncheon to discuss how they can best safeguard themselves when showing vacant homes and land.

Chief Moody also shared that our community experiences mostly crimes against property and it has been a number of years without any offenses that involve homicide, but that we continue to struggle with activities that go along with our homeless population as well as those that live at or below the poverty level.
He further suggested that we might promote "Neighborhood Watch" organizations, as neighborhoods that form such groups, show far fewer activities that result in police intervention.
He also advised Realtors to save the Non Emergency Dispatch number
360-426-4441 for reporting any suspicious activity that they may witness.
Rescheduled for September 10th Details to follow 
"The Hotline Vs. the Bottom Line" 
"To Disclose or not to Disclose"
Instructor: Annie Fitzsimmons (Legal Hotline Attorney) 
Location: Little Creek Casino, Just off Hwy 101 in Shelton WA.
Cost only $65 for the full day includes lunch (one class $50)
Sign up call MCAR at 360-426-0689 or email
Annmarie Norcott
Joins the Ranks!
Local girl since Jr. High, comes to us with a super background and work ethic.
Single mom with 4 yrs in criminal justice, 10 years with Casino
Please join me in embracing all of our new members, we are a growing machine! Whaoo!
Be thinking Picnic and Oysterfest ...spring is in the air!
- President
Visit from State Dignitaries
WAR Jerry Martin: President, Dale Chumley; VP and Steve Franks; CEO
Share associations Mission Statement of Advocacy for importance of urban lifestyle and how the continued effects of housing shortage and student loan debt effects current and future loanability.
How important it is to remember how far we have come from NO "Fair Housing". We celebrate 50 years of equality!
We also won a hard fought battle for "Water Rights" with the resolution to the "Hurst" decision.
We also need to continue to target voters and expand our connections through social media.
Emails Tuesdays : Get the Facts.
Emails on Fridays:  Annie Fitzsimmons Video
Tech Support: 
RE Magazine
New Mobile Website App...check it out :)
Hotline Annie
Clock hour Classes
Leadership Program
Jef Conkin reported  MCAR's upcoming FREE 2-3hr Noon classes @ PUD Apr 26th & May 10th offered by BOGGS Inspections as well as Annie Fitzsimmons 7.5 hrs for $65 @ Casino on June 21st.
Jeremy Morse reported need for Realtor support at Belfair bypass meeting day after tomorrow, Thur the 19th, 6-8pm, 111 NE Old Belfair Hwy
Elections on the 24th. Please reach out a congratulatory arm...or condolensce , as well as any concern you may have regarding healthy growth.
The Mason County Association of Realtors have stepped up to the plate for the kids in need at our local schools
President Lori Brady-Dolby has worked with the staff at the Mt. View Elementary school to establish a program we call Angels and Cherubs.
Mason County Realtors and Affiliates can choose to "Adopt" a student in need for the year and supply needed items like socks, pants, coats, all kinds of clothing and school supplies.
This is a win-win program, the kids are assigned by the school and no names or identity are exchanged you get a child's age, size and some needs. From there you can supply needs monthly or when ever you want to send something to this student.  Lives are changed by someone caring for them.
The Association voted this year to send the auction funds from the Installation to the school for start up items for kids coming to the attention of the school staff. The out pour of support at the auction and since has been fantastic and a little tear jerking. Raising over $7000 dollars. 
Vickie Nunez named Affiliate of the Year at the 2018 Installation dinner 
Nominations are sent in from the entire membership, a group of peers go through them and pick the most qualified. Vickie Nunez no doubt has earned this award.
She serves on the BOD as the Treasurer, Chairman of the Oysterfest, Contributor to RPAC dessert functions, sponsors RE classes and jumps in when she is needed.
Vickie has promoted and collected for the annual school supplies drive that has grown more and more under her chairmanship. Congratulations again to Vickie Nunez Affiliate of the year!
Congratulations to Keith Fuller 2017 REALTOR OF THE YEAR
During the 2018 Board of Directors installation dinner Keith Fuller was named Realtor of the Year by a vote of the membership and a selection panel of peers 
Keith has been a member of the Mason County Association for 40 years and has served on the Washington State CRS Chapter as President in 2015.
Keith is a 3 year State Director of the Mason County Association of Realtors. Attends the business conferences & returns with a complete report to the membership. 
Keith shows leadership skills and shares great ideas with the BOD at every monthly meeting.
Congratulations Keith!!
Congratulations to the new 2018 Board of Directors for Mason County Association of Realtors
Bob Mitchell from the Washington Realtors staff came to swear in the new Board of Directors and celebrate the departure of last years Board of Directors.
Kim Delany will serve as 2018 President with Angela Barnes as the Vice President / President elect.
Lori Brady- Dolby will now serve one more year as the past President.
Being sworn in as Secretary is Jill Petty and as Treasurer Vickie Nunez. 
Keith Fuller was sworn for his last year of 3 year state Director, Darin Holland was sworn in as our 2 year local Director 
Colleen Hollingsworth, Lori Anderson and Tracy Mettier were sworn in as 1 year local Directors.
October 20th Mason County Association of Realtors was proud to host the 2017 HOUSING ISSUES BRIEFING. 
The Event was held at the PUD#3 attended by over 50 attendees. The speakers were Mike Luis from Luis and Associates and James Young from the Runstad Center for Real Estate Research at the UW.
Both gave great incites to the housing market both from a historical view and the present market. Andy Conklin finished off with a great presentation of the local area market with NWMLS as source.
Thank you to all the contributed to the Mason County Schools supplies drive.
It was a great success this year. We have been collecting and providing school supplies to local schools for over 20 years.
It is great to see the looks on the teachers and school staff faces when we arrive with many boxes of supplies.
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Thank you to all the contributed to the Mason County Schools supplies drive.
It was a great success this year. We have been collecting and providing school supplies to local schools for over 20 years.
It is great to see the looks on the teachers and school staff faces when we arrive with many boxes of supplies.