Standing O is putting out the welcome mat

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Standing O is putting out the welcome mat for Caroline Pardo, the new principal and broker at Ingram & Hebron Realty. Caroline will be responsible for creating ongoing new business opportunities for both landlords and tenants.

Prior to jumping ship to Ingram & Hebron Caroline served as director of leasing at Jamestown focusing on Industry City, where she helped launch the redevelopment of six million square feet on 30 acres of industrial property.

“She is experienced, knowledgeable and has an outstanding record of success,” said Robert Hebron, a principal at the firm. Pardo has also been recognized in BisNow’s list of “New York Power Women 2014.”

Ingram & Hebron Realty [189 Montague St. between Clinton and Court streets in Brooklyn Heights (718) 624–0011]

Sunset Park

Gobble gobble

Thanks to the generosity of Lutheran Family Health Center, HealthPlus Amerigroup, and United HealthCare, 390 turkeys graced tables this past Thanksgiving, and made the holiday a little brighter for patients and families. Staff distributed the succulent birds to individuals throughout the nine primary care sites including Adult Medicine and Specialty, Brooklyn-Chinese, Caribbean-American, Family Physician, Park Ridge, Park Slope, Shore Road, Sunset Terrace, and Women’s and Children’s Health. Other participating departments included Lutheran’s WIC and Department of Dental Medicine.

Lutheran Family Health Center [150 55th St. at First Avenue in Sunset Park, (718) 630–8878].

Borough Wide

Scholarship time

The Municipal Credit Union is accepting applications for its 2015 Scholarship Program. MCU will award $66,000 in scholarship grants to college-bound graduating high school seniors: eight memorial scholarships worth $5,000 each and 13 grants of $2,000 each.

Eligibility is open to all members, and the children or grandchildren of a member in good standing. Selection is based on academic performance, extracurricular and community activities, references, and an essay expressing personal goals. Additionally, students applying for the scholarships who are also MCU members will also automatically be entered for a $500 statewide Public Relations and Marketing Council Scholarship.

Applications are available at the following branches: 1904 Surf Avenue in Coney Island, 2142 Ralph Avenue, 1560 Flatbush Avenue, and 350 Jay Street; The deadline for completed applications is Jan. 31, 2015.

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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