The Thanksgiving holiday season found the Firm again supporting our western communities. Firm partner Mickey Smith, and his wife, Lizz, volunteered at the Wellington Boys and Girls Club’s annual Thanksgiving dinner. Mickey is on the Wellington Club’s Board. “Although we certainly enjoyed our own Thanksgiving, serving the kids was ten times more fun. They had a blast that night.” The Smiths also volunteered at the Central Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce’s Salsa Fest, dubbed the “spiciest family festival in Palm Beach County.” The event features salsa dancing, salsa cooking, and salsa music. Mickey also sits on the Central Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce’s Board and describes the event as having something for everyone in the whole family. “We know nothing about salsa dancing but they apparently thought we would do well at the beer truck. The irony is that we never even sampled the product – we were too busy.” The Firm has been strongly committed to volunteer work since its inception in 1927. “Lizz and I have lived in the western communities for over 20 years and Lizz has taught school here for that long as well. It’s our home. We like supporting organizations that make our home a special place to live. I am proud to be at a Firm that is so committed to giving back to the community,” Mickey said.