South Carolina Lawyer November 2012 : Page 51

3 Stacy Elizabeth Thompson of Bluestein, Nichols, Thompson & Delgado, LLC in Columbia volun-teers for Autism Ambassadors with Winston’s Wish through her work with the Junior League of Columbia. completed the program. Each “Next Steps” class is comprised of approxi-mately 30 girls who take part in seven training sessions led by notable professional women. 3 4 4 Laurie Becker of Nexsen Pruet in Columbia (top right) co-founded the “Next Steps” lead-ership program in 2010. Earlier this year the fourth class, a group from Chapin Middle School (pictured), 5 Douglas C. Baxter of Richardson Plowden in Myrtle Beach recently returned from a mis-sion trip to Kenya, Africa, where he aided in bringing water filters to internationally displaced person camps in Nakura. We want to hear from you! The South Carolina Bar is proud of its lawyers, who are committed not only to their clients, but also their communi-ties. Show us why you are proud to be a South Carolina lawyer! To be includ-ed in a future issue, send an “action” photo of your community service or pro bono work to lthomas@scbar.org. 5 November 2012 51

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