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Dash for Cash benefits local cancer patient
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Homes of Integrity hosted the second annual Dash for Cash Realtor event on Thursday, Nov. 5.

More than 75 agents participated throughout the day to tour 20 move-in ready homes across their five neighborhoods, located in Richmond Hill, Pooler and Savannah. For each home toured, agents received one entry toward the grand prize of $5,000.

The after-party followed the daylong event at the Claybourn model home in Richmond Hill Plantation. Thousands of dollars in prizes were given away, and Suzanne Roberts of Re/Max Accent took home the $5,000 grand prize.

With the event’s proceeds, Homes of Integrity donated $400 to the Leslie Graddick Leukemia Fund. Graddick, a Richmond Hill-area Realtor, was diagnosed with acute lymphocytic leukemia (ALL) on April 16, and she has completed five cycles of chemotherapy and undergone a bone-marrow transplant. She is currently still in the hospital for treatment and monitoring.

For more information on Graddick’s condition or to donate, email

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