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Incoming MCBA president Bradley Kammholz sets sights on bringing people back together (access required)

Incoming Monroe County Bar Association President Bradley P. Kammholz plans to focus on helping members reconnect when he officially takes over the leadership role on July 1. And to help kick start the effort, the organization will hold an in-person officer installation event from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., June 23, at Ellison Park. “The idea isn’t so ...
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