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From the Office:
Amanda Blystone will again spend her fall volunteering for Girls on the Run, a nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring and motivating girls through the use of running. At the culmination of their 24-lesson program, all of the participants will run a 5k race as a group.
We are excited to welcome Samantha Durnell to our FLG team! Sam will be assisting the entire family law team. Welcome Sam!
Melissa Avery, immediate past chair, attended the ABA Family Law Section Awards Luncheon on August 10th with Jean Crowe Pro Bono award committee member Phyllis Bossin and 2019 award recipient Pam Wexler.
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