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Whittlesey & Hadley, P.C. employees lent their time and tal-
ents to support eight local nonprofit organizations on Friday,
June 24 on the firm's third annual Community Day. This
year more than 80 employees of the firm and its subsidiary,
The Technology Group, LLC, spent the day volunteering
throughout the Greater Hartford area. Teams of volunteers
lent a hand at the Catholic Charities, Christian Activities
Council, Chrysalis Center, Family Life Education, Fidelco
Guide Dog Foundation, Literacy Volunteers of Greater
Hartford, My Sisters' Place, and St. Elizabeth's Home.
Whittlesey & Hadley Gives Back to Community
The W&H team gets ready to work at Literacy Volunteers of Greater Hartford (LVGH) in Hartford. Pictured (from left) are Jeff Myshrall, Brian Gelsomino,
LVGH Administrative Assistant Miriam Lopez, LVGH Basic Literacy Program Manager Rose Howard, Technology Group Partner Mark Torello, LVGH
Assistant Director Stephanie Schenkel, Carol Heinz, Tiffani Heslam, and Christine Kowalczyk.
A team of Whittlesey & Hadley, P.C. (W&H) volunteers stands on the front steps of Family Life Education in Hartford, where they spent the morning plant-
ing flowers, trimming hedges, sorting donations, and reorganizing a storage closet. Pictured (from left) are W&H Partner Ed Sullivan, Jen Sager, Lynne
Geres, Sandy Pierog, Sue Ellsworth, Family Life Education staff member Lydia Rodriguez, Don Johnson, Mike Otterbein, Greg Rothauser, and W&H
Managing Partner Drew Andrews.