The law firm of Langrock, Sperry & Wool, LLP has begun a year-long celebration of their 50 years of service in Vermont with a series of charitable contributions known as 50 for the 50th. Each month for the next year, Langrock will be making donations of 50 to charitable organizations throughout Chittenden and Addison counties. The first donation will enable the Addison County Parent/Child Center to distribute 50 welcome baby baskets to new parents in Addison County. We are heartened by the continued success of the Addison County Parent/Child Center, said Langrock attorney Emily Joselson. In large part due to their efforts, Addison County now has one of the lowest young adolescent pregnancy rates in the country. Langrock, Sperry and Wool have been steadfast supporters for many years, said the center co-director Susan Harding. We have also been fortunate to have Emily Joselson as a member of our board since 1987. This gift is just another way in which Langrock has shown its ongoing commitment to our work.The Addison County Parent/Child Center was founded in 1980, as one of four national pilot projects of the Federal Office of Adolescent Pregnancy Programs. Today it offers a variety of support and education programs not just for adolescent parents, but for those of all ages and at-risk adolescents as well. Services include home visiting, developmental assessments and early intervention, parent education, work readiness training and early childhood and community playgroups. The P/CC also provides support to the Vermont Parent/Child Center Network, a consortium of fifteen centers across the State of Vermont based on the Addison County model.About Langrock, Sperry and WoolThe 26 lawyers of Langrock Sperry & Wool solve legal problems with knowledge, creativity, and commitment for individuals and businesses across a wide range of practice areas. With offices in Burlington and Middlebury, the firm has been promoting the public interest and offering its unique blend of tradition and innovation since 1960. First row, from left to right: Donna Badore (LS&W staff), James Swift (LS&W attorney), Kayla Sears (PCC participant, with baby Eliza), and Beth Robinson (LS&W attorney); top row, from left to right, Monica Collins (LS&W staff), Emily Joselson (LS&W attorney), Jennifer Hoffman (PCC Well Baby Coordinator), Sue Bloomer (PCC In House Coordinator), Kevin Brown (LS&W attorney).Source: Langrock. 2.3.2010
(Source: Scsport.ba) According to some media in Germany, the Stuttgart is interested in Edin Višća. Višća meets all the criteria to become a member of Stuttgart, and his arrival would cost approximately 2.5 million Euros.The great play of this 24-year-old player has not gone unnoticed. Currently, several clubs in the Premiership are also interested for him, among the strongest ranking is Leicester City.In the last season, in 34 matches in uniform of Istanbul’s Basaksheria he scored 10 goals and was one of the most responsible for the return of the club in the Super League.