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KCCI Recognizes Firm’s Sponsorship of Community Resource

Posted Monday, October 22nd, 2012

The Knight Creative Communities Institute (KCCI) recognized the firm’s sponsorship of the Discovery at Cascades Park feature in its October 2012 newsletter.  The newsletter recognizes the firm’s sponsorship of the feature, as well as the firm’s sponsorship of one of its attorneys, Thomas Philpot, as a Community Catalyst for 2012-2013. Cultivate Cascades is an initiative of the KCCI designed to support the efforts of planning and design for Cascades Park. The Discovery feature is a family-oriented playscape intended to engage visitors of all ages, anticipated to open in 2013. “We practice law statewide, but our attorneys and support staff all live in the Tallahassee area,” said shareholder Virginia C. Dailey. “Commitment and service to our community are values that all of us respect and embrace. Hopping Green & Sams members believe the park and the Discovery feature will be great additions to the community and look forward to sharing those facilities with members of our families.”

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