Double kudos to SFMC Team member

— SFMC’s Coss Lumbe not only earned his Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designation this month, but also had an article published in Washington Metropolitan Chapter Community Associations Institute’s (CAI) Quorum Magazine.  The April issue concentrates on environmental issues including the rain garden project at the Spring Hill Senior Campus, Lorton, Va.

The project was funded by Fairfax County through the Neighborhood Enhancement Partnership Program NEPP  program with more than 250 hours of volunteer labor.

The Spring Hill Community creates a rain garden:

Save the Environment and Money with Rain Gardens

Quorum April 2014

by Coss Lumbe, CMCA, AMS






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