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December
27

The holiday season sparkles with Christmas tree lights a glow inside and outside homes and various locations offering lighting displays – The Akron Zoo, Stan Hywet Hall and Canton's Stadium Park to mention a few.

The sparkling lights give families and businesses the opportunity to share and give back during this holiday season.

Pikus Real Estate and Property Management is giving back to the community in multiple ways helping the children of Stark County have a better and brighter holiday season.

Shirley Pikus, owner of Pikus Real Estate and Property Management, said the property management company was fortunate to be able to adopttwo families this year through Rivertree Christian Church. Both families have children being raised by single moms. Pikus Real Estate and Property Management purchased toys and clothing for the children and their mothers. Additionally, each family received gift cards to provide Christmas dinner.

The company also provided shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child. This organization collects children's items such as pencils, pens, crayons and other small toys and personal care items to fill the shoe boxes. The boxes are then sent overseas to under privileged children.

"I have been blessed with my family, career and this growing property management company," said Pikus. "I believe I should give back to the community that has supported my business.  It's a blessing to be able to provide for those who are in need."

Finally, the brokerage was also able to provide stockings for teenagers filled with hats, gloves, candy, games and personal care items through Project Kare.  Project Kare supports children in the Stark County foster care system.   "These children need to know that they are thought of and loved, not just at Christmas, but throughout the year."

ay season sparkles with Christmas tree lights a glow inside and outside homes and various locations offering lighting displays – The Akron Zoo, Stan Hywet Hall and Canton's Stadium Park to mention a few.

The sparkling lights give families and businesses the opportunity to share and give back during this holiday season.

Pikus Real Estate and Property Management is giving back to the community in multiple ways helping the children of Stark County have a better and brighter holiday season.

Shirley Pikus, owner of Pikus Real Estate and Property Management, said the property management company was fortunate to be able to adopttwo families this year through Rivertree Christian Church. Both families have children being raised by single moms. Pikus Real Estate and Property Management purchased toys and clothing for the children and their mothers. Additionally, each family received gift cards to provide Christmas dinner.

The company also provided shoe boxes for Operation Christmas Child. This organization collects children's items such as pencils, pens, crayons and other small toys and personal care items to fill the shoe boxes. The boxes are then sent overseas to under privileged children.

"I have been blessed with my family, career and this growing property management company," said Pikus. "I believe I should give back to the community that has supported my business.  It's a blessing to be able to provide for those who are in need."

Finally, the brokerage was also able to provide stockings for teenagers filled with hats, gloves, candy, games and personal care items through Project Kare.  Project Kare supports children in the Stark County foster care system.   "These children need to know that they are thought of and loved, not just at Christmas, but throughout the year."