On August 23, 2023
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Green Mountain Lawyers grand opening event at Casey’s raised $4K for flood victims

Staff report

On Tuesday, Aug. 15, Green Mountain Lawyers held its grand opening party and fundraiser at Casey’s Caboose in Killington. 

Attorney Daniel Ewald and his staff recently joined forces with Attorney Peter DaMore and his firm, DaMore Law, creating a team of 18 paralegals, law clerks, legal assistants and support staff along with six attorneys that practice in various states within northern New England.

Ewald started his own law practice in Killington in 1981 and has been a staple in the Vermont real estate law community since. Green Mountain Lawyers is located at 1995 Route 4 in Killington.

The grand opening event was free to attend and was very well attended, featuring a buffet, full bar and dozens of prize baskets that were raffled off. 

The event raised $2,105 with Heritage Family Credit Union/Heritage Family Cares 4 You and Green Mountain Lawyers together matching those funds for a total of $4,000 to be donated to the Vermont Main Street Recovery Fund and Vermont Community Foundation to help victims of recent flooding in Vermont.

“Our grand opening was a huge success!” said Peter DaMore, Jr., Esq. “I am so proud of our community for coming together to raise over $4,000 to support those in need as a result of the recent flooding. I cannot thank enough all of the local businesses that donated raffle baskets and all of our friends, family, clients and business associates that joined us for a great night and in support of such an important cause.”

“The excitement and positive energy generated by your attendance enriched our celebration beyond measure,” Green Mountain Lawyers wrote in an email after the event. “Your commitment to our cause is genuinely appreciated, and we wanted to take a moment to recognize the impact you’ve made. We are truly humbled by your kindness and your willingness to support the community. We are excited about the future, and we look forward to keeping you updated on our progress and the positive impact your support will facilitate.”


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