September 29, 2022 | Firm News
Attorney Danielle Justo hits a Home Run in her Pro Bono Work for Stoughton Youth Baseball
By: Rich May
Danielle Justo, as pro bono counsel to Stoughton Youth Baseball, “led off” the team in obtaining a favorable vote for a Community Preservation Act Grant for $145,000 to fund two new scoreboards and lighting for Miller Baseball Field in Stoughton. Special thanks to the hard work of retiring president, Ken Arbit, and the players who attended on behalf of Stoughton Youth Baseball and other board members. She also assisted Mr. Arbit with obtaining Select Board approval this summer for the project. Pictured here is her son, Trevor, who participated in the hearing donning his Stoughton jersey with Rich May as team sponsor.
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