Peacock Keller Supports Washington County Community Through Volunteerism – Announces Off the Shelf Charity Date

Washington County, Pa. Lawyers Give Back to Nonprofit Organizations in Southwestern Pennsylvania.

Washington, PA, April 11, 2012 --( Peacock Keller, a full-service law firm in Washington, Pa., recently supported several community organizations in Southwestern Pennsylvania through acts of corporate citizenship, volunteerism and philanthropy. In particular, the firm helped the Washington County Big Brothers Big Sisters organization and Rotary Club with fundraising efforts. The law firm is also in the process of planning its 5th Annual “Off the Shelf…A Celebration of Books” charity event which supports libraries in Pennsylvania’s Washington, Greene and Fayette counties.

On Mar. 9, 2012, Peacock Keller sent a trivia team to the Washington Rotary Club's 10th annual Rotary Charity Trivia Contest. The law firm’s team was one of 32 teams that put their trivia knowledge to good use in support of the Rotary Foundation, which funds international projects that provide health care, clean water, food, education, and other essential needs in the developing world. The trivia contest raised approximately $6,500 which will benefit a variety charities affiliated with the Rotary. Also in March, the firm gathered three teams of attorneys and staff to participate in the Big Brothers Big Sisters Washington County 2012 Bowl for Kids' Sake event. Through the event, the firm and its bowling teams helped to raise more than $2,200 for the nonprofit organization which assists boys and girls in Washington County, Pa. in reaching their full potential through one-to-one mentoring relationships with volunteer adults.

The firm is also pleased to announce that its 5th Annual Off the Shelf charity event will be held on Sept. 19, 2012 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Southpointe, Canonsburg, Pa. The theme for this year's event is music and it will feature keynote speaker Anthony DeCurtis, who is a music critic and contributing editor at Rolling Stone Magazine. He is also an esteemed author and lecturer in the creative writing program at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. All proceeds raised by the event will help fund the creation and maintenance costs of a Regional "One-Card" Network with the vision of ensuring that every resident may go to any library in the three-county region and use one library card.

“The attorneys and staff of Peacock Keller look forward to serving the community in various ways. Supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters, Washington Rotary and library goers are just a few ways that we give back,” said Jonathan G. Higie, Peacock Keller Managing Partner. “Across the board, our firm is dedicated to helping others and saying thank you to the communities where our attorneys and staff live and work.”

About Peacock Keller – Peacock Keller, located in Washington County, is among the largest and longest established full-service law firms in Southwestern Pennsylvania. The firm provides corporate and individual clients with experienced and knowledgeable legal services at affordable rates, helping to solve legal problems while avoiding future legal issues. Peacock Keller attorneys provide mediation services and sound legal counsel in the areas of business, corporate and nonprofit law; civil, insurance and medical malpractice litigation; coal, oil, gas, shale gas, mineral and energy law; construction law; elder law; employment law; estate administration and planning; guardianship; hospital law; personal injury; real estate law; school law and workers' compensation law. To learn about the firm, visit
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