Realtor, Lang Realty
Wednesday, May 24 – Week 4
I had my first lesson with my dance partner! I am excited to show you my dance… on September 23!
Friday, May 19 – End of Week 3
This week, I had my last general membership meeting for the Junior League of Boca Raton and passed the gavel to the new President!! And, I learned what song I will be dancing to!!! But its a secret – so you’ll have to come to Boca’s Ballroom Battle to find out! In addition to dancing, I’ve started working out at Barwis to get into shape for the big dance!
There’s definitely some juggling with real estate, 3 boys, volunteering, working out and dancing, but it’s worth it! I’m honored to be dancing and raising money for this great organization!
Thursday, May 11 – End of Week 2
We got to start partner work! In our 3rd group lesson, we started dancing with each other and it was so much fun! Everyone did a great job, and I am super happy to be experiencing this with all of them while we raise money for an awesome organization doing so much for students in our community.
I had a family trip in Atlanta for 5 days, so I missed the 4th lesson, but I practiced dancing everywhere we went! Here is a picture of me and my husband dancing in the middle of a hike! I’m looking forward to next week!
Friday, April 28 – End of Week 1
Week 1 is in the books! We kicked off with a 4-hour meeting getting to know our fellow dancers and the entire George Snow Scholarship Fund team. They are awesome! I am so excited to work with all of them to make a difference for hundreds of students in our community.
On Tuesday, we had our first group lesson. We learned the four basic steps to ballroom (writing down so I remember!):
4. Triple steps
I might be wrong on one of those, but we’re just starting!
On Thursday, we had our second group lesson. We reviewed our quick routine complete with jazzy boxstep, grapevine, and hitchkick. And then we went into turns! We have a long way to go, but it’s going to be a lot of fun.
We got our dance shoes on Tuesday, and I already have blisters! So don’t mind me, if you see me hobbling around! I’ll be ok – and its worth it!
Thank you to everyone who has already donated or committed to donate! I feel so encouraged and grateful!! I can’t wait for Week 2!!
About Jamie Sauer
Jamie Sauer has been a Realtor for 10 years in our community. She has been recognized by Lang Realty as a top producer consistently for the last 6 years. She excels in helping people sell, buy and invest in homes and is known for her hard work, meticulous attention to detail, and extensive knowledge of the area, yielding successful results for her clients.
A third-generation South Floridian, Jamie Sauer has called Boca Raton home since she was 5 years old. Attending Addison Mizner, St. Paul Lutheran School and Saint Andrew’s School, Jamie was well prepared to be a third-generation University of Florida Gator! There, she was the Senate Budget Chair who oversaw a nearly $10 million budget. She graduated with a Bachelor’s in Finance and a Master’s in Political Science from UF.
After school, Jamie moved back to Boca Raton and become involved in our community through the Junior League of Boca Raton. Prior to a career in real estate, she worked as a political consultant and fundraiser. She also planned eight summits throughout the state, including three Economic Development Summits.
Jamie and her incredible husband Eric has been happily married for 16 years. They have been blessed with three amazing boys – a hardworking travel baseball player, a thoughtful and ranked chess player, and a 3-year old who makes everyone smile.
Throughout the years, Jamie and her family have given back in many ways. She served as Parent Association President at her children’s preschool, Board Member of the Boca Raton Historical Society, Leadership Advisory Council for Place of Hope, a leader at Spanish River Church, Leadership Boca Class of 2022 member, volunteer at her children’s school, Impact 100 PBC member, and is currently wrapping up as President of the Junior League of Boca Raton for the last two years. The City of Boca Raton and the surrounding areas are so important to her, and she strives to make a difference in meaningful ways, like dancing for the George Snow Scholarship Fund’s Boca’s Ballroom Battle.