Living Life as a Contribution

How we are “Living Life as a Contribution™”

Diana Batson
Diana Batson, JLS Wenatchee

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Congratulations to John L. Scott Wenatchee member, Diana Batson, on winning 2016 Rookie of the Year award at this year’s annual North Central Washington Association of Realtors Installation & Award banquet on January 27th, 2017. Her participation in local Realtor events such as local MLS meetings, Broker tours, and Fast Pitch Networking helped her to stand out. Diana also participated in community charity events like the Murder Mafia Mystery fundraiser to raise money for a local girl, Samantha Dorey, who is undergoing chemotherapy treatments in Seattle. She helped organize the 2016 National Association of Professional Mortgage Women’s Caring & Sharing event to benefit The Boys & Girls Club.

Karie Rolen, owner and Designated Broker of John L. Scott Wenatchee, presented Diana with her award. Karie was also the first recipient of the Rookie of the Year award back in 1993. This is the second year in a row that this award has been given to a John L. Scott Wenatchee team member. We pride ourselves on mentoring, training and team support!

Kudos to JLS Broker Robin Schierscher of JLS Longview! In this letter from Cowlitz County CASA, Corie Dow praises Robin and her commitment to helping abused and neglected children:

I wanted to take a moment to tell you about how Robin Schierscher of the Longview John L. Scott office is contributing to our community.  Last year, Robin approached me about her desire to do more to help children in our community.  Over the years that I have been at Cowlitz County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Robin has contributed and donated.  However, she said that she wanted a more consistent commitment and she wanted a way to connect her job with that commitment.  Robin’s idea was to donate $100 to our CASA program when she closed on a sale.  She also saw this as an opportunity to share with her clients about CASA and it’s importance in advocating for abused and neglected children.  She was excited to have the opportunity to share with her clients how she is choosing to give back.  Since that conversation, Robin has donated $800 to Cowlitz County CASA.  Also, we have received donations from clients that Robin shared her plan with.  This not only provides a great support for us financially but has connected us to community members that we did not previously have a relationship with.  We at Cowlitz County CASA are very grateful for Robin and her support.  


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