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The Pinheads Strike Twice at the Little Bowl for Kids’ Sake Fundraiser


The firm would like to congratulate Ashley F. Galmish who spearheaded our team, The Pinheads, for the Lawyers for Little Bowl for Kids’ Sake fundraiser last night at the AMF Pla Mor Bowling Lanes.

Pictured back to front, left to right-Bonnie Anderson, Ashley F. Galmish, Coleen Eslinger, David Raybin, David Weissman, Kav Spivey and John Hollins Jr.

Last night Big Brothers Big Sisters hosted their annual Lawyers for Little event to raise money for the organization.

Attorneys, law firms, legal organizations and legal vendors in Middle Tennessee formed teams to compete for the best bowling score, team name, costumes/bowling shirts, and, most importantly, to raise the most money for Big Brothers Big Sisters.

The Pinheads Win Two Trophies

Our team received a trophy for Top Fundraising Team and John Hollins, Jr. received a trophy for Top Fundraising Individual. Our team was able to raise over $3,200 for Big Brothers Big Sisters and we couldn’t be more grateful to everyone who made a donation and supported this great cause. Overall, lawyers across Middle Tennessee raised over $20,000 for the organization.

On a personal note, I am very proud of Ashley. She has long supported this great organization, including serving as a Big Sister. Her passion and compassion are making a huge influence in the lives of Nashville’s underprivileged.

Well done Ashley.

Pictured left to right-Zac Galmish, John Hollins, Jr., Ashley F. Galmish, Bonnie Anderson, David Weissman and Coleen Eslinger