Chance Meeting is Monday
The next Chance Meeting will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday at The Rose. Along with networking the event will include a program,“Developing and Retaining Effective Teams,” with speaker Jake Urban, founder of the Jackson Hole Outdoor Leadership Institute Inc.
Verdone and Bourne honored
Jim Verdone, of Verdone Landscape Architects, and interior designer Agnes Bourne, of Agnes Bourne Studio, are among the 15 recipients of Mountain Living’s inaugural Legacy Awards. The winners were “selected by a panel of distinguished judges and bestowed to individuals who have made a significant contribution to residential design with 15-plus years of experience through their ideas, products and innovations,” the magazine said. Judges “considered their body of work, dedication to mentoring, community involvement and lasting contribution to the area of mountain residential design.” Mountain Living said it started the award in celebration of its 25th anniversary. You can read profiles of the winners in the magazine’s May-June issue.
Kudos for Jenkins
Live Water Properties, a specialist in ranch properties that operates in nine states, honored Jackson’s Latham Jenkins at its recent national conference. Jenkins was the company’s second-highest-producing broker in 2018, behind Tim Hilley, of Missoula, Montana. Jenkins, founder of media company Circ Design, became head of Live Water’s new residential branch, Live Water Jackson Hole, in 2017. “Latham began as Live Water Properties’ first exclusive Jackson Hole residential broker, and in his first full year he transacted over 10 deals,” Live Water owner and CFP Macye Maher said in a press release.