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Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association gives back at bash

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From left to right, Tara Stanchfield, John Coffey, Judge Donald Scott Kurtz, and Andrea Hill were all smiles.
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From left to right, Daniel Rausher, Judge Ingrid Joseph, Judge Reginald Boddie, Dejana Perrone, and Stephen Burzio.
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Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association President Carrie Anne Cavallo speaks to the crowd.
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From left to right, Judge Genine Edwards, Judge Harriet Thompson, Betty Matondo-John, and Judge Sylvia Hinds-Radix.
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Helene Blank, left, with Judge Connie Mallafre Melendez.
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From left to right, Adam Fader, Ray Raskin, Judge Richard Montelione, Chaim Steinberger, and Ksenia Rudyuk.

Members of the Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association spread some year-end cheer at the group’s annual holiday party, which included a toy drive that collected gifts for kids of domestic-violence victims.

Attendees of the Dec. 12 bash at the Brooklyn Bar Association’s Brooklyn Heights headquarters donated piles of new, unwrapped toys that the attorneys then handed over to leaders of local do-good group the Safe Homes Project.

The festive event also featured a raffle of donated prizes including theater tickets, sports memorabilia, designer jewelry, salon gift cards, and more.

Sponsors that helped stage this year’s Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association holiday shindig included Floating Pointe Technology Consulting and Smart Advocate.

Posted 12:00 am, December 21, 2018
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