It’s our 10th Anniversary year and T Williams Realty celebrated by joining in Orcas Island’s Fourth of July Parade and bringing home the Grand Prize! Our colorful house rolled through Eastsound with its front and back gardens as we distributed burlap-bag-wrapped bee flower seed bombs to parade viewers lining North Beach Road.
The float was a true “Collaboration for Success” as Teri Williams came up with the concept and asked Erik Sircely to design and build the little house (which will double as a playhouse for her grandchildren). Sandi Friel helped paint the house and its trim. Marlis Sandwith designed and ordered the T-Shirts. Beth Holmes and Mandy Randolph made the Bee Feed Flower Seed Bombs along with instructions for use. Everyone painted a sign for the signpost. Teri ordered the T Williams Realty banners that spanned the roof and purchased dozens of flowering plants for the tiny house gardens and window boxes. Mary Ann Sircely was office support and on-site arranging the plants and garden art on the float. Jay Fowler pitched in here, there and everywhere to make it all happen, even giving John Cadden’s trailer a shiny new coat of paint. Cory was the “go-to guy” when we needed any support, be it chasing down materials or meeting clients. Jim Hamilton hauled the float with his ’42 Chevy truck. Bob Friel put it all in color for us. What a team! Family members joined in, little ones rode inside the house, and we all had a great time.
Thank you Orcas, for your support!