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March is Women’s History Month! – Jane Bolin

March 22, 2022 in News

In honor of Women’s History Month, The Elder Law Center of Kirson & Fuller is proud to feature women that have impacted the nation through jurisprudence. Daughter of pioneer lawyer Gaius Bolin – first African-American graduate of Williams College; Jane Bolin was born in Poughkeepsie, New York, on April 11, […]

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

March 17, 2022 in News

St. Patrick’s Day, also known as Saint Patrick’s Day or the Feast of Saint Patrick, is a holiday observed yearly on March 17th that commemorates one of Ireland’s patron saints, Saint Patrick. It is also a day to recognize Irish and Irish American culture.  Origins of St. Patrick’s Day dates back […]

March is Best Buddies Month!

March 2, 2022 in News

March is Best Buddies Month and a time for our participants and supporters to reflect on the importance of friendship, jobs, inclusive living, and the development of future leaders. What started in 1993 as a one-day event has involved into a month-long celebration promoting one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, leadership development, […]

March is Women’s History Month!

March 1, 2022 in News

Women’s History Month, beginning March 1st through March 31st is a month-long celebration of the many contribution’s women have bestowed on American history. Dedicated to reflect on the influence of the often disregarded vigorous, determined, courageous women who’ve influenced civilization and American tradition.  The origin of Women’s History Month germinates […]

March Client Spotlight

March 1, 2022 in News

We are proud to say we have simply amazing people in our family of Clients. Each month we take time out to shine a spotlight on our clients’ accomplishments, passions, and experiences. Please meet Christopher and Rita McCray. Christopher McCray, Jr. was born in Charleston, SC on February 11, 1946. […]

Celebrating Black History Month! – Paulette Brown

February 24, 2022 in News

In honor of National Black History Month, The Elder Law Center of Kirson & Fuller is proud to feature African Americans that have impacted the nation through jurisprudence.  Before becoming the ABA’s first female black president, Paulette Brown was raised in Baltimore, where she attended segregated schools. She was born […]

Celebrating Black History! – Barack Obama

February 22, 2022 in News

In honor of National Black History Month, The Elder Law Center of Kirson & Fuller is proud to feature African Americans that have impacted the nation through jurisprudence.  Born in Hawaii in 1961, most notable as the first African-American president of the United States, Barack Obama earned his undergraduate degree […]

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