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The Adams and Reese Birmingham office hosted a lunch on Feb. 6 to engage inter-creativity/imagination and had supplies ready for employees to make a Valentine’s Day card for the residents of The Episcopal Place. There were 141 cards that were produced for residents of the home.

Located among the homes, parks and businesses of Birmingham’s Southside, Episcopal Place offers affordable, independent living for seniors and disabled adults who want to remain independent for as long as possible. Members of the Birmingham staff also visited the home to deliver the cards.

The project was part of the Adams and Reese HUGS (Hope, Understanding, Giving and Support) community service and philanthropic program, which for 26 years has donated time and financial resources to more than 200 organizations throughout the law firm’s regional footprint.