Ann Marie McManus, courtesy photo
Ann Marie McManus, courtesy photo

McManus receives inaugural area Good Neighbor Award

Ann Marie McManus recently received the inaugural Realtors of Greater Augusta’s Good Neighbor Award in recognition of her dedication to community service.

“Receiving the Good Neighbor Award is truly something special. This award, given for the first time ever in Augusta, recognizes my commitment to giving back to our amazing community. It goes beyond professional achievements and speaks to the heart of who I am,” said McManus of McManus Properties at Meybohm Real Estate, in a news release.

McManus is involved with multiple organizations such as Heritage Academy Augusta, Salvation Army of Augusta – Reconnecting Families Fund, Richmond County Homeless Task Force, Women in Philanthropy for the CSRA, Child Enrichment, Inc. and the Peachtree to Glenn Neighborhood Association.

Established by the National Association of Realtors in 2000, the award celebrates REALTORS® who demonstrate outstanding commitment to improving their communities through volunteer work. Since its inception, the program has recognized nearly 230 people, according to the release.

The Realtors of Greater Augusta inaugurated the local Good Neighbor Award to acknowledge local REALTORS® who have made a significant impact on their communities through volunteerism. Nominees are evaluated based on the extent of their personal commitment, the breadth of their impact, and their suitability as role models for fellow REALTORS®, the release said.

In addition to the Good Neighbor Award, McManus and her family were recently honored by the Irish American Heritage Society as the family of the year.

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