CIRC February News & Events

Next CIRC Lunch Meeting: February 14 (Wed)

REGISTER NOW for our next membership luncheon on Wednesday, February 14. 

The Delaware Fiber Network Project: A Driving Force for Economic Development

Scott Johnson, a partner in McConnell Johnson Real Estate Company will provide a brief overview of the Delaware Fiber Network project and discuss the continuous positive impacts it has on the State. Learn how fiber assets are critical to attracting big business to our landscape and a driving force to surge economic development. What types of companies these broadband capabilities will attract?

Luncheon Buffet will be served:
Green Jacket Salad
London Broil with Mushroom Sherry Sauce
Vegetable Lasagna
Roasted Red Potato
Steamed Asparagus
Rolls & Butter
Coffee, Tea & Assorted Desserts

Not sure if you are registered? Click HERE to find out.

Register Online CLICK HERE or goto


Upcoming CRE Continuing Education

These next two classes will be given on Wed., February 14 at the Clarion Hotel-The Belle, by course provider: Frederick Academy of Real Estate:

** PA now has a NEW REQUIRED course, and NJ is now in a NEW renewal period for 2019. Also, check your MD license renewal date, you could be in a new period as well and need some of our upcoming classes.

CE Attendees List - Feb. 14 Classes (& if you registered for Lunch on that day)

CE Registration for Classes

All Upcoming Courses:

Click HERE for online CE registration or Download a schedule.

Please tell others you know - or your Broker of Record to advertise these classes. 


Remembering Chris Lee

Chris Lee, a longtime member of CIRC passed away on Friday, January 19, 2018 after a long battle with Brain Cancer. Members of CIRC generously donated to help Chris and his family in 2016 during our golfing outing through the Delaware KIDS Fund. 

Chris most recently worked at Pettinaro Management as their Retail Leasing Director, and prior to that, worked at Patterson-Woods Commercial Properties.

A lot of us at CIRC worked with Chris in various capacities through the years and we can all agree that Chris was a very good man who will be missed by many. He was a great broker, and an even better family man, beloved by his community. We will miss Chris and hope that his memory lasts for many years to come.  

Click here for a link to Chris’s obituary.