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Published: March 8, 2013
The Washington County Community Foundation has received a $5,000 sponsorship gift from Bowles Rice law firm to serve as the signature sponsor of the foundation’s Legacy Celebration donor recognition event. The gift is Bowles Rice’s first contribution to WCCF. Bowles Rice is a full-service commercial and defense law firm with 135 attorneys and eight offices in West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky and Virginia. The firm’s key areas of practice include energy law, banking law, litigation, employers’ liability law, construction law and education law. James H. McCune, a partner at Bowles Rice and WCCF trustee, left, recently presented the firm’s $5,000 contribution to WCCF chairman William M. Campbell. McCune joined Bowles Rice in August 2012 and manages the firm’s Southpointe office.
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