Sisters-in-law to receive the 2017 Outstanding Program Award

. September 1, 2017.
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Foundation has announced a list of honorees for its Annual Awards Dinner. Recognizing individuals or groups in various fields of legal service, the honorees include Toledo’s Sisters-in-Law, a pro bono collective of female attorneys who work in conjunction with Mom’s House to provide legal assistance and mentorship to at-risk single mothers. Sisters-in-Law is receiving the 2017 Outstanding Program Friday, October 6, at the Nationwide Hotel and Conference Center in Lewis Center, Ohio. Hey Sisters, thanks for helping the disadvantaged in our community while providing an example for others.

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