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PD DISTRICT 3 SPRING FLING A SUCCESS

Posted by Texas Paralegal Division Blogger at blog@txpd.org on May 21, 2015

DISTRICT 3 HOSTED ITS SPRING FLING SOCIAL!spring fling

Thank you to those members and special guests who attended the District 3 “Spring Fling” social May 13, 2015 at the Brender Law Firm.   This was a member appreciation event that included introducing Mary Wintermote, as District 3’s incoming Director, and Megan Goor, as PD President-Elect (2015-2016) and recognizing Committee Sub-Chairs, team leaders and volunteers.  There was fantastic food prepared by Stephen M. Iven, Executive Chef at the Silver Fox.  A big thanks to Megan Goor’s boss, Art Brender, for providing the venue.  Also, thank you to the team leaders and volunteers who donated towards and assisted with the planning of this event. If you attended, please post a comment!  Thank you!11247172_692477337531092_1156509151_o 11269967_692477280864431_1925714623_o 11271658_692478790864280_1490034676_oD3 spring fling pic

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One Response to “PD DISTRICT 3 SPRING FLING A SUCCESS”

  1. Mary Wintermote said

    The Spring Fling was a great idea and we all had a wonderful time. There was such positive energy in the air and it was nice to be able to spend time with an enthusiastic group.

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