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From the Office:
Melissa Avery will be attending the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Spring Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona from March 7-10. Melissa serves on the CLE Committee and is a member of the Board of Governors.
Jennifer Hostetter is attending the AFCC Parenting Coordination Training on March 6 and 7th in Chicago.
Mike Wilkins led a team of eight people from Outlook Christian Church on a mission trip to Nairobi, Kenya. The team worked with Missions of Hope International serving in a neighborhood in one of the largest and most densely populated slums in the world. The team’s activities included leading Vacation Bible School for approximately 420 preschool through sixth graders, participating in service projects in the neighborhood surrounding the school, and leading the staff of the school in lessons on effective prayer. Mike also had the honor of preaching on Sunday in the church that serves most of the school’s students.
Melanie Reichert is presenting Guidelines for Working with Personality Disorders in Family Law to Marion County judges on March 21st.
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