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Commitment to service earns Century 21 award

GRAND BLANC — Wendy Sabo, Broker/Owner of Century 21 Sabo Associates announced today that Century 21 Real Estate LLC, franchisor of the world’s largest residential real estate sales organization recently recognized the office with the Century 21 Quality Service Pinnacle Award.

“The Quality Service Pinnacle Award is an integral part of the Century 21 System’s commitment to excellence and recognizes Century 21 Sabo Associates dedication to making each and every client interaction a positive one,” said Rick Davidson, president and CEO of Century 21 Real Estate LLC.

The annual award is based on results from the Century 21 Quality Service Survey (QSS) which is e-mailed to consumers immediately after the purchase or sale of a home through a Century 21 System office.

Century 21 Sabo Associates has years of experience in the real estate industry and has been affiliated with the Century 21 System for four years. Located at 8311 Office Park Drive in Grand Blanc, call 810-695-3200.

Specializing in residential, luxury homes, condos, lake front, commercial and new construction in Genesee & Oakland County. — G.G.

Assumption Greek seeking applicants

GRAND BLANC — The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese is offering three university scholarships for the 2013-14 years as follows:

• George & Naouma Giole Scholarship — for those of Greek descent

• Katina John Malta Scholarship — for those who are Orthodox in good standing

• Paleologos Scholarship — for those who are Orthodox in good standing pursuing a Graduate degree

Those who are interested can download the applications at the Web address below. All applications are due by April 26. Go to: www.goarch.org/archdiocese/administration/ch ancellor/2013.— G.G.

New teen drivers must put their phones in park

LANSING — Effective March 28, teen drivers with Level 1 or Level 2 licenses under the graduated driver licensing (GDL) program were prohibited from using a cell phone while driving. Known as Kelsey’s Law, the restriction was named in honor of Kelsey Raffaele, 17, of Sault Ste. Marie, who was tragically killed in a cell phone-related crash in 2010.

Violations of Kelsey’s Law will be a civil infraction with fines up to $100 as well as possible additional costs up to $100. There are no points associated with this civil infraction and it does not impact status in the GDL program. Exemptions to the law include emergency situations and hands-free devices.

In 2011 in Michigan, 52 people were killed and 452 were seriously injured in crashes involving drivers ages 17 and younger. Of those fatalities, 16 were a 14-17-year-old driver.

Level 1 and Level 2 license holders are between 14 years, 9 months old and 17 years old. — G.G.


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