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Shauna Covington

Top Ranking for Covington

Shauna Covington was named 2011’s leading agent for her sales production by  Prudential California Realty’s Laguna Beach office, manager Jim Vermilya announced.

 

Covington also earned the Chairman’s Circle Diamond award, a feat that ranks her in the top ½ of 1 percent of the company’s 60,000 agents nationwide.

 

“Shauna’s incredible accomplishments in real estate are a testament to her outstanding work ethic and ability to help her clients achieve their goals,” said Vermilya.

She draws inspiration from basketball great John Wooden, who said, “Never cease to be the best that you can be. Make each day your masterpiece.”

 

Covington can be reached at 949-395-8786, or at [email protected].

Beadline Knots its 25thYear

Samples from the Beadline collection.

 

Behind the doors of Beadline lies a magical landscape, sparkling with beautiful orbs and unique beads from around the world. Among the swinging strands and mini-mountains of beads, owner operator Naomi Cantonwine offers advice to the novice stringer and professional designers as well as professional stringing and knotting services.

 

To commemorate her 25 years in business, Beadline, 995 S. Coast Highway, is offering a free gift with the purchase of $25 or more through month’s end.

 

For more information, call 949-494-3262 or go on the Beadline Facebook page.

 

Center Elects 2012 Board

 

Pacific Marine Mammal Center elected its new board, led by president Jeff Brumett.

 

Joining him will be Linda Wolcott, Nancy Bushnell, and Vicki Tales.

 

The former board president, Jock Stalker, recently resigned, but will continue to be active with the organization’s fund raising and development projects.

 

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