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Columbus & Central Ohio, United States
DeLena Ciamacco is a well-known, respected Top Producing Realtor in Central Ohio. Her myriad of accomplishments, recognition, and professional credentials as they relate to Real Estate, make her a perfect individual to provide insight to the masses on all aspects of Real Estate sales. Her creativity and honest approach to marketing Real Estate has enabled her to succeed in her career. DeLena’s philosophy is “An educated and well prepared Buyer or Seller is a smart Buyer or Seller”. Her desire is to inform the public, by pulling from her 20+ years of Real Estate sales & Marketing, what is necessary to get to a successful closing in these challenging times.

Friday, November 27, 2020



~586 Tresham Rd~

THIS HOME IS PERFECT IN EVERY WAY! Updated, spacious and customized Two-Story home with a huge 1st Floor Guest/In-Law/2nd Owner's Suite addition! Main Floor addition has huge walk-in pantry, oversized 1st Floor Laundry Room, Office/Den with separate entry, Bedroom and shower Bath. Giant, remodeled Kitchen has oversized island, new stainless steel appliances, marble backsplash, silestone countertops and wrap around cabinets. 2nd Floor Owner's Suite has updated Bath. Family Room has brick fireplace and door to paver patio. Over $100k in updates/addition includes: Baths, windows, furnaces/heat pumps, water heater, Bathrooms, carpet, flooring and much more! ~1/3 acre privacy fenced yard with yard building. Close to schools, shopping and freeways. Gahanna Jefferson schools. 5 BRs and 3.5 Baths. Over 2,500 SF! Only $324,900! Call DeLena today!



~0 Lake Drive Road~

Another incredible property proudly marketed by DeLena Ciamacco!

 THE BEST OF ALL WORLDS! An incredibly scenic build site/future farm containing 2 parcels and 21.83 acres! Park-like setting bordering the South Fork Licking River with ~5 acres of woods and ~16 acres of pasture/farm ground. Perfect for camping, hunting, fishing, farming, and picking berries or just relaxing! Easy access to Heath, Newark, Route 79, 37, 40, 16 and I-70. Lakewood Local schools. Only $249,900! Call DeLena today!

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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Fun Facts About... Thanksgiving!



Presented to you by DeLena Ciamacco

This year, Thanksgiving will be a little different than ever before but the Facts & “history” of Thanksgiving will never change.

We are sure you've heard stories on the history of Thanksgiving a million times, and will probably hear even more this week. Well then, allow us to enlighten you with some strange and funny facts about the famous holiday that you might not have heard before.

The Meaning of Thanksgiving: Thanksgiving is celebrated primarily in the United States and Canada as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the harvest and of the preceding year. Americans commonly trace the Thanksgiving holiday to a 1621 celebration at the Plymouth Plantation, where the Plymouth settlers held a harvest feast after a successful growing season. Squanto, a Patuxet Native American who resided with the Wampanoag tribe, taught the Pilgrims how to catch eel and grow corn and served as an interpreter for them (Squanto had learned English during his enslavement in England). Additionally the Wampanoag leader Massasoit had donated food stores to the fledgling colony during the first winter when supplies brought from England were insufficient. The Pilgrims celebrated at Plymouth for three days after their first harvest, in 1621. It included 50 Pilgrims (all who remained of the 100 who had landed) and 90 Native Americans who were invited as guests.

  •  The original Thanksgiving included a menu featuring swans, seal, lobster, and deer. Cakes and pies were not a part of the meal as the pilgrim’s sugar supply had dwindled during the year and they possessed no ovens. There were also no forks at the first Thanksgiving; they were not popularized until the 18th century.
  • Squanto, the Pawtuxet Indian responsible for teaching the pilgrims how to farm, fish, and avoid poisonous plants was fluent in English after being captured by an English sea captain, sold into slavery, and escaping to London before returning to the new world on an exploratory trip.
  •  The first state to officially adopt the holiday was New York in 1817.
  • Sarah Joseph Hale, the woman responsible for the nursery rhyme “Mary Had a Little Lamb” launched a campaign to establish Thanksgiving as a national holiday before Abraham Lincoln heeded her request in 1863.
  • The official date set by Lincoln for the Thanksgiving holiday was the last Thursday in November, until Franklin D. Roosevelt moved it up a week in 1939 to spur spending for the Christmas holiday during the height of the Depression.  
  • Thanksgiving Day Parade - Brent Connelly from Pixabay

    The first Macys Thanksgiving Day Parade was held in 1924, and used real animals borrowed from Central Park Zoo. The Goodyear Company would make the first helium balloon for the parade in 1927, officially replacing the animals. Balloon handlers used to release the balloons at the end of the parade with the promise of rewards for whoever found them once they touched down. Today the parade attracts millions of spectators along the parade route each year.
  • Thanksgiving is celebrated annually by the United States, Canada, Liberia, Puerto Rico, and Norfolk Island. Canadians even refer to our Thanksgiving as “Yanksgiving” in order to differentiate them (theirs is held the second Monday in October.)

    The best way to test if your cranberries are ripe? Bounce them on the ground; if they bounce higher than 4 inches, they’re ready to be made into sauce. Cranberries are only one of three fruits that are originally native to the United States.
  •  Frozen T.V. dinners were created in 1953 in an effort to get rid of 260 tons of leftover turkey from Thanksgiving that manufacturers still had not sold.

    In 2007, Americans consumed 690 million pounds of turkey for Thanksgiving according to the National Turkey Association. That is roughly equal to the weight of the entire population of Singapore.

    The tradition of watching football on Thanksgiving began in 1934, after the creation of the Detroit Lions, who were formerly the Portsmouth Spartans. To generate interest and attention for the new team, their owner set up a game for Thanksgiving Day against the defending world champs, the Chicago Bears. The tradition stuck from there.  
  • Green bean casserole, a staple at most Thanksgiving meals is only 62 years old. Campbell’s Soup created the recipe in 1955 in an effort to generate sales for their cream of mushroom soup.
  • The night before Thanksgiving is the single biggest sales day at bars across the United States, beating out St. Patrick’s Day for the title. The theory is that thousands of people descend on their old home towns where they meet up with old friends and head to the bars to catch up and celebrate. This time also marks the release of most brewing companies Christmas and Holiday ales.  
  •  Minnesota is the biggest turkey producing state in the country, followed by North Carolina, Arkansas, Missouri, Virginia, and Indiana. These six states account for 2 in 3 turkeys sold during Thanksgiving.

·        President George H.W. Bush pardoned the first turkey in 1989, and it's a tradition that persists today. But what happens to the lucky bird that doesn't get served with a side of mashed potatoes? In 2005 and 2009, the turkeys were sent to Disneyland and Walt Disney World parks to serve as grand marshal in their annual Thanksgiving parades. And from 2010 to 2013, they vacationed at Washington's Mount Vernon state. Not bad!


A Happy Thanksgiving!

Monday, November 23, 2020



~7766 Williwaw Street~

BEAUTIFUL MOVE-IN READY HOME IN WORTHINGTON SCHOOLS! Be in your new home for the holidays! Recent updates include; new lighting, new Kitchen granite, new stainless steel appliances, new laminate flooring, new Bathroom vanities with granite tops, new front door, new brick paver patio, and fresh paint. Full Basement offers tons of storage, a workshop area and potential Recreation Room space. Backyard features a huge brick patio -the perfect place to entertain friends or family. The new shed is quality built and could be used as an art studio, hobby area, deluxe kids playhouse or gardening shed! Schedule your showing before this one is gone! Nearly 2,100 SF! 4 BRS and 2.5 Baths. Only $299,000! Call DeLena today!



~ 775 Highland Dr ~

CLASSIC CAPE COD IN MARBURN! Located on nearly 1/2 acre lot! Close to State Route 315 and Riverside Hospital. Walk through the front door into a dramatic Foyer with a winding staircase. Spacious Living Room leads into the Dining Room. The Kitchen is open to Family Room with cozy fireplace. Great for entertaining! Finished Lower Level adds an additional 710 SF of recreational and entertaining areas. Expansive Owner's Suite features a “Spa Like” En Suite. New paver patio in 2018, ductless HVAC system in 2018, whole home dehumidifier in 2019, finished Garage in 2019, and installed radon system in 2017. Over 2,400 SF. 3 BRs & 2.5 Baths. Only $474,900! Call DeLena today!

Thursday, November 19, 2020


~5800 Aristides Way~
GORGEOUS CONDO IN A PREMIUM LOCATION! Situated on a serene pond with stunning water views from almost every window! Bright, updated condo with open floor plan and multiple living spaces! Recent updates include; luxury vinyl plank flooring on the whole Main Level, upgraded lighting, black stainless KitchenAid appliances, new sliding glass door, custom built loft storage in garage and more! Spacious Owner's Suite with walk-in closet and private Bath! Finished Lower Level with fireplace offers endless possibilities for an Office Space, TV Room or Home Gym! Enjoy all of the amenities New Albany Park offers; pool, fitness center, walking paths and neighborhood pub! 2BR and 2.5 Baths. Columbus schools. Only $209,900. Call DeLena today!

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