On Saturday, April 14, Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys and staff ventured to Beltsville, Maryland to help Bread for the City begin planting its orchard. The University of the District of Columbia gave Bread for the City about two acres of land on which Bread for the City will plant 1,000 apple and pear trees and hundreds of blueberry and blackberry bushes. Bread for the City provides vulnerable residents of Washington, DC, with comprehensive services, including food, clothing, medical care, and legal and social services, in an atmosphere of dignity and respect. Kilpatrick Townsend volunteers, along with volunteers from other organizations, planted 200 fruit trees, plus a long row of blueberry bushes. Pictured, from left to right and front to back, are Susan Boscarino, Securities Law Specialist; Julie Domike, Partner; Marcia Montgomery, Legal Secretary; and David Domike, Ms. Domike’s cousin from California.



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