April 26, 2016
Pictured above: James H. McCune (left), Partner, and Thomas A. Heywood (right), Managing Partner, of Bowles Rice
The Washington County Community Foundation (WCCF) is pleased to announce that it has received a $5,000 gift from the Bowles Rice law firm to serve as the Signature Sponsor of the Legacy Luncheon donor appreciation and awards event.
Bowles Rice is a full-service, regional commercial and defense law firm with 125 attorneys and seven offices strategically located to serve clients in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Virginia. With nearly 100 years of experience, the firm’s key areas of practice include energy law, banking law, litigation, tax law, employment law, and education law.
James H. McCune is a partner at Bowles Rice and WCCF Trustee.
“Washington County is fortunate that a diversity of individuals and businesses with kind hearts and generous spirits are helping to create a stronger and more vibrant region for us all to share,” McCune stated. “Bowles Rice is pleased to play a role in recognizing the efforts of those who are leading by example through our Signature Sponsorship of the Legacy Luncheon, a very special event that celebrates charitable giving and service in our community.”
The WCCF will present its Director’s Choice Award, Louis E. Waller Humanitarian Award, Dr. Howard Jack Outstanding Public Educator Award, and Richard L. White Excellence Award for Board Service to this year’s honorees at the Legacy Luncheon on May 20. Also at the event, the WCCF will recognize the professional advisors of the James H. McCune Acorn Society who have referred clients to make a gift to the Foundation.
For more information about the Community Foundation, please visit www.wccf.net.