SEQUIM — Brokers from Windermere real estate offices in Sequim built custom cedar Adirondack chairs to raffle off for the benefit of local charities.
The realtors raffled off one pair of chairs, raising $1,173 for the Sequim School District’s McKinney-Vento Program.
The chairs were won by Ole Olsen and Paula Adams of Sequim.
The brokers also built chairs to donate to local nonprofits such as the Dungeness Valley Health & Wellness Clinic and the Sequim Boys and Girls Club for their own auctions or raffles.
The agents were participating in Windermere Community Service Day.
According to a press release, Windermere real estate offices across the country have been closing for one day each year since 1984 so that agents can volunteer at a charity of their choice.
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