Realtors found yet another way to raise money for Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland with a first-time Hops for Habitat fundraiser at Oxbow Blending & Bottling on Washington Avenue in Portland. It was a low-key party in the tasting room with brews, snacks, auction items and a drawing for a stand-up paddleboard. The event was hosted by Portside Real Estate Group and attended 130 people, primarily folks in the home and lending industries, raising $5,000 for Habitat for Humanity homes.
John Rose and Skylar Welch of Acadia Lending, Juliann Simonton of Red Door Title, and Heather Rose of Acadia Lending.
Jaye Gorham of Portside Real Esate Group, Laura Duplissis of Habitat for Humanity and Trish Kinkade of Portland Maine Rentals.
June and Casey Hamlin of NorthPoint Mortgage.
Edie Fontaine of Portside Real Estate Group with Martha Bohrmann and Kim Dorsky of SimplySized Home.
Angela Fields of Portland and Vanessa Greco of Cumberland.
Kate Sorokin of Portland and Amy Amico of Cumberland.
Garrett and Rosalie Strout, Brandan Heckman, Mathew Welch, Kristen Roy, Alicia Heckman, and Amanda and Daniel Hussey.
Matt Litz of BerryDunn, Molly Litz of Foreside Title, and Cynthia Veroneau of Carriage House Mortgage.
Katrina Venhuizen and Ben Gaines, both of Portland.
Heather Douglas of Portside Real Estate Group and Theresa Taplin of R.M. Davis.
Gary and Kristi Drew of Barreled Souls Brewing.
Victoria Hartig and Phoebe Ijams, both of Portside Real Estate Group.
Jan Robinson of EcoHome with health and nutrition coach Mary Hussey.
The crowd paused to listen to a short presentation about Habitat for Humanity.
Liz Porter of Portside Real Estate Group and Peter Tousignant of Northland Enterprises.
Casey Hamlin of Northpoint and Lorne Basile of Approved Home Mortgage.