The Karl Miller Team has always been heavily involved in the community. We believe in the relationships we cultivate with everyone from our friends to our clients, who often become friends. We know that a real estate agent simply can’t live in a community—they must be a part of that community in order to fully understand what people need in a home. That’s why Karl is so involved in events in Lynchburg and the surrounding area. Here are a few of the community events coming up that he’s going to take part in. If you’re in the area, you may want to check some of these out.
Zuill Bailey in Concert
Zuill Bailey is a Grammy-award winning cellist who will be joining the Lynchburg Symphony Orchestra at Liberty University for a concert on March 2. He is known as one of the premiere cellists in the world. Bailey has played with a number of major orchestras and has been featured on over a dozen albums. In 2016, he won his first Grammar award for his recordings of Tales of Hemingway by composer Michael Daugherty.
Guest director David Glover will be conducting the symphony for this performance. It begins at 7:30 pm at the Liberty University School of Music Concert Hall. Fans of Bailey may also be interested in the Desserts with Zuill Bailey event on March 1st at the Eleanor Rose Madison Room at the Virginian Hotel. Attendees will get to enjoy Bailey’s playing in a more intimate setting along with drinks and desserts. Tickets to this event are limited.
The Holiday Lake 50k
If you’d rather do something that is a little more active, you can join Karl at the Holiday Lake 50k. While it may be cold out, that won’t stop the dedicated runners of Appomattox from getting out there and running a double loop around Holiday Lake. The path will take you through the trails and country roads around and near the lake. You’ll also be going up and down hills that, in total, equal more than 2,000 feet of elevation gain. This race may not be for beginners, but it can be a lot of fun for those who really want to test themselves against the elements and this challenging course.
In addition to enjoying local events and activities, the Karl Miller Team is involved in a number of community charities. One of these is HumanKind, a nonprofit organization that helps families and charities. Originally an orphanage, HumanKind has become an advocate for families, youth, those with disabilities, and anyone in need. We are proud to support HumanKind and participate in a number of their programs. You can learn more about the organization at https://www.humankind.org/.
Another cause that is near and dear to Karl and the team is Freedom424. This organization works to stop human trafficking and provide justice to those who have been victims of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. The organization was started by a 19-year-old student to help girls from the red-light district of Bangkok, Thailand. Today, Freedom424 helps women and children around the world escape this nightmare. There are many ways you can get involved with Freedom424. You can learn about these opportunities at https://www.freedom424.org/.