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INAUGURAL “BRESKY BASH” STARTS THE NEW YEAR “IN JUSTICE FOR ALL” JANUARY 13, 2019
January 13, 2019 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm$10.00
Presenting Sponsor: The Law Offices of Robin Bresky (BL) invites the community to ring in the new year at The Bresky Bash, an inspiring and interactive family-friendly afternoon of music, food truck eats, entertainment, face painters, children’s activities, balloon and mural art children’s activities and crafts and jewelry shopping to benefit the Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach County (LASPBC). The featured highlight will be the first-ever Palm Beach County “COMMUNITY DANCE for JUSTICE” created and led by Dance with Me (DWM) Dance Studio that is owned by ABC Television’s “Dancing with the Stars” professionals Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Valentin Chmerkovskiy. The group dance will be performed by an esteemed roster of 40+ legislators and government officials, presidents from several Florida bar associations, attorneys, companies and nonprofit advocates who have “stepped up to dance up” to raise funds to support the LASPBC’s services for victims of domestic and elder abuse. Event-goers will also have the opportunity to create a “Hands Up in Justice for All” themed mural and receive free admission to the Boca Raton Museum of Art following the Bresky Bash, from 3 p.m. to closing. Emcee will be South Florida attorney Mark Eiglarsh, the nationally sought-after broadcast legal analyst who has been featured on shows such as The View, Dr. Phil and Dr. Drew shows.
“Because dance ‘unites and uplifts’ both individuals and groups, an esteemed roster of Community Justice Dancers and supporters will be bringing out their fans, colleagues and family, this is an ideal way to rally legal and public support for the critical work done by the Legal Aid Society. The Bresky Bash is an opportunity for the community-at-large and leaders and advocates to ‘take a lead part’ in an inspiring high-energy and engaging community-unifying event to benefit the Legal Aid Society and its support its services for to victims domestic and elder abuse . In Palm Beach County — where event-goers live, work, play and learn — domestic and elder abuse continues to rise (much in silence) and as colleagues in the legal and civic community we can make a difference.”