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Real estate briefs from The Oklahoman for Feb. 23, 2019

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This designer's drawing shows how the 2019 St. Jude Dream Home will  look. [IMAGE PROVIDED]
This designer's drawing shows how the 2019 St. Jude Dream Home will look. [IMAGE PROVIDED]

St. Jude Dream Home groundbreaking to be Monday

ARCADIA — Cadence Homes and sponsors and supporters of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital will break ground on the 2019 St. Jude Dream Home, at 649 Carpenter Trail, Arcadia, at a ceremony at 11 a.m. Monday.

Those attending will learn how they can enter to win the home and other prizes by purchasing a $100 raffle ticket. All proceeds will benefit St. Jude.

The construction site is Lot E in Arcadia Ridge addition, on the south side of NE 178, east of Hiwassee Road. Sponsors are Cadence Homes, KOKH Fox 25, Arcadia Ridge, 101.9 The Twister, 405 Magazine, The Oklahoman, El Latino American, Perry Radio, Edmond Life & Leisure, FFO Home-Noman, and national sponsors including Brizo, Shaw Floors, Trane, and Bosch.

Broker elected to foundation board

Julie Kriegel, a commercial real estate broker and vice president at Wiggin Properties LLC, has been elected to the board of the CREW Network Foundation, the philonthropic arm of CREW Network. CREW stands for Commercial Real Estate Women. Kriegel serves as a champion director for a two-year term.

The foundation is committed to supporting and bringing more women into commercial real estate through scholarships, industry research, educational programs for women and girls in college and high school and by creating mentoring relationships for those new to the industry.

In 2019, the foundation will award 20 $5,000 academic scholarships to women in a variety of fields of commercial real estate. The deadline for applying is April 30. For details, go to www.crewnetwork.org/foundation/college-scholarships.

Tulsa home and garden show set for March 7-10

TULSA — The Greater Tulsa Home & Garden Show is celebrating 70 years with more than 500 exhibitors March 7-10 at the River Spirit Expo at Expo Square.

The show is presented by the Home Builders Association of Greater Tulsa and sponsored by Arvest Bank. This year's theme is “Look How Far We’ve Come.” Tickets are $10 for adults. Children under 12 may attend for free when accompanied by a paid adult. The Official Guide will be distributed in the March 6 edition of the Tulsa World and on sale at QuikTrip locations for the duration of the show.

Special features include: Timber & Beam Home-Made Stage: with HGTV's Chip Wade from "Elbow Room;" Oklahoma Natural Gas Cooking with Gas Stage with Food Network's Chef Emily Ellyn; "America's Got Talent" winners the Olate Dog Family on the Family Stage; local gardening expert Paul James on the Gardening Stage; Beer Garden promoting local beverages from Marshall Brewing Co.; and Floral Sales by Reasor's Foods to raise money for the Community Food Bank’s Food For Kids Program.

Staff reports

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