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Lou Baldwin Receives Beacon Award

The Bethesda Center for the Homeless presented Lou Baldwin with its first "Beacon Award". The award was presented for "helping Bethesda carry out its mission to move homeless men and women from streets to housing." Lou has been very active in the effort to eliminate chronic homelessness. He was appointed by Mayor Joines in 2006 to a Blue Ribbon panel which wrote the "Ten Year Plan to End Chronic Homelessness." Winston-Salem and Forsyth County then established a Ten Year Plan Commission and the Mayor appointed Lou as Commissioner. Baldwin states "we are fortunate at Baldwin Properties to be able to play a key role in our community's efforts to house the homeless. I greatly appreciate receiving this honor and want to thank the Property Managers and Customer Services Representatives at our company, and also the great Case Workers from the Bethesda Center for their daily efforts that make this coalition work."

Mark Thompson Named "Property Manager of the Year"

Mark Thompson, Vice President and Senior Property Manager with Baldwin Properties, was named the "Property Manager of the Year" by the Property Management Division of the Winston-Salem Regional Association of Realtors at the organization's December, 2008 meeting. This is a great honor for Mark and for Baldwin Properties. Baldwin Properties' managers have received this award an unprecedented third time. Randy Honeycutt and Lou Baldwin are each past recipients.

Randy Honeycutt Receives PMD "President's Award

Also at the Property Management Division of the Winston-Salem Association of Realtor's December Meeting, Randy Honeycutt, Vice President and Senior Property Manager, received the "President's Award" for outstanding service to the Division. This was a very special meeting. Baldwin Properties' Randy Honeycutt and Mark Thompson received the Division's two major awards, Lou Baldwin delivered the invocation and Mark Thompson serenaded those in attendance with several songs of the Christmas Season. Winston-Salem's Mayor, Allen Joines, was the keynote speaker.