In one of my previous posts, I shared Hamilton/Halton Real Estate Staging Association Chapter's Charity of choice "Wall's of Hope".
Sera Mansueto, the founder of "Wall's of Hope" was being honoured by Debbie Travis as an unsung hero in Oakville for her generous and hard work in helping families in the Oakville area.
The show "All For One" was taped at the end of August and aired on October 31.
Many of our RESA chapter members were part of the 5 day project honouring Sera .
It was an exciting, exhausting, and educational 5 days.
Here are some pictures of some of our RESA Chapter members. You might recognize some of them.
Linda Graydon from "Soulscape Interiors" was chosen by Debbie Travis as the Design Crew Leader. It was a very stressful 5 days.
Igor from "Restaurant Makeover" was there to lend a hand and he taught Charlene from "Dezigner Digz" and I how to use a Nail Gun.
Here I am Karen Hubert from "Center Stage Design" being wired for sound by the crew. Debbie is checking out our work. The guys stole our nail gun so back to basics.
I am painting a trunk for one of Sera's daughters room. What do you think of this colour? Allison Roberts of "Burloak Home Staging and Decorating" gives Charlene a hand making the bed.
Anne Vernon from "Rooms 'n Blooms" gives Linda a hand. Luisa Giaitzis from "Absolute Simplicity" enjoys painting and Patrick Fornasari from "Studio Linea' was a big help during the project. All members of our Hamilton/Halton RESA Chapter. Thank you for giving of your time for someone very worthy.
Some carrying on with Debbie. Charlene, myself and Allison. Debbie thinks I am short.
The finished product.
Check out Debbie Travis's website to view the episode if you missed it. This was definitely a "stage it forward" project for the Hamilton/Halton RESA Chapter members.
RESA Hamilton/Halton Chapter President
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