Law Firm Harding Mazzotti, LLP To Host Big Community Day Event

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Law firm Harding Mazzotti, LLP is hosting its first-ever Big Community Day - a free event for all ages.

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“This event is a great opportunity for people to come together, bring their families, and enjoy a day of fun."

Harding Mazzotti, LLP is thrilled to announce the law firm’s first-ever Big Community Day, an event for all ages that will take place on Saturday, June 10th from 9:30am – 12:30pm at our main office, 1 Wall St. in Colonie. This event is free and open to the public.

Big Community Day will feature a variety of games and activities, as well as free bike helmets for all ages. The Colonie Police Department will run a bike safety course and Electric City Bike Rescue will be on-site providing bike repairs. The American Red Cross will also be running a hands-on CPR demonstration and a preparedness course for kids. Additionally, Cooley’s Ice Cream Truck will be outside with tasty frozen treats for all.

“We are beyond excited to host our first Big Community Day,” said managing partner Paul Harding. “This event is a great opportunity for people to come together, bring their families, and enjoy a day of fun. We hope to see you all there.”

For more information about the event, please visit the Harding Mazzotti, LLP Facebook page.

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About Harding Mazzotti, LLP®
Harding Mazzotti, LLP® is a personal injury law firm whose practice is limited to protecting the rights of those wrongfully injured as a result of negligence. If someone has been injured, they can call the experienced team of auto accident attorneys toll-free at 1.800.LAW.1010 (1-800-529-1010). Based in Albany, NY, the law firm has a storied history of actively engaging their community, including The Legal Project, an organization in which Paul Harding has taken an active role. The Legal Project is a private, non-profit organization, which provides a variety of no/low-cost legal services to the working poor, victims of domestic violence and other under-served individuals in the Capital Region.

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