Alanna Waberski receives Young Lawyers Leaders Award
During a recent Saint John Law Society event, partner Alanna Waberski was presented with a Young Lawyers Leaders Award. This accolade recognizes individuals who have devoted a considerable amount of time and talent to the community and the legal profession.
Alanna has volunteered her time with the Lily Lake Pavilion Inc. as a director, officer and committee member, focusing on the Pavilion Cup pond hockey tournament and the Soap Box Derby events to raise funds for outreach programs for students, seniors and the greater Saint John community; with Big Brothers and Big Sisters both as a mentor for a ‘little’ for 10 years and as a director; as a lead for Enterprise Saint John’s True Growth 2.0 project; and as a coach for Jr. Girls tackle football with Fundy Minor Football.
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