Contact: Kelly Moderwell December 4, 2014
Fetterman & Associates, PA
NORTH PALM BEACH, FL – Fetterman & Associates, PA The Law Team, headquartered in North Palm Beach, FL with additional offices in Port St. Lucie and mobile offices, is proud to announce the 2nd Annual Scholarship Project. $1000 Scholarships will be awarded to (5) five college-bound high school seniors residing in Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River and Okeechobee counties. THE FETTERMAN & ASSOCIATES, PA SCHOLARSHIP PROJECT encourages and supports students in the pursuit of education.Last year’s winners and teachers were: Amanda Grohowski of Lincoln Park Academy -Dr. John Enyart, Garrett Albury of Martin County High School-Mr. Joshua Moberg, Emily Kubacki of Sebastian River High School -Ms. Michele Holmes, Brandon Scott Jackson of Sebastian River High School -Dr. William Hannaand Jake Menendez of Okeechobee High School– Mrs. Wendy Reister. Go now to www.fettermaninthecommunity.com to see last year’s awards photos and video.
“Last year’s Scholarship Project was a wonderful and rewarding experience. We enjoyed getting to know each of the winning students and their teachers through their amazing essays.” Stated Evan Fetterman. Details of this year’s Scholarship Project and topic of the original essay will be unveiled on January 6, 2015 on our website www.lawteam.com/scholarship.
The Law Team of Fetterman & Associates, PA is a premier personal injury law firm with over 30 years experience representing the most serious injuries arising out of car and truck collisions and other motor vehicle accidents, as well as injuries resulting from falls on dangerous property or the use of defective products. Whatever the accident or injury, we have the knowledge, skills and experience to get results. Fetterman & Associates, PA headquartered in North Palm Beach, FL, has additional offices in Port St. Lucie and a mobile office. For more information, please visit www.lawteam.com or contact us at 1-800-330-HELP.
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