Cummings to take home Legal Luminary Award
October 24, 2017
Legal stalwart, Carolyn Davis Cummings, will be honored with the Legal Luminary Award by the ICE Foundation
(Tallahassee, Fla.) The Innovative Community Engagement (ICE) Foundation, a statewide 501(c)(3) headquartered in Tallahassee, is hosting its annual Service Ball presented by Comcast at 7 p.m. Saturday at the University Center Club at FSU.
The Service Ball serves as an event to honor community leaders and organizations for their commitment to service. The recipient of the 2017 Legal Luminary Award is legal stalwart and humanitarian, Carolyn Cummings, Owner of Carolyn Cummings ,P.A.
The ball serves as the ICE Foundation’s major community fundraiser with leaders being honored with Shine [BRIGHT] Awards in the Earned Legacy category and the following categories:
Fraternal Organization: This Greek-lettered or Masonic organization has gone above and beyond its normal creed and programming to create impactful solutions to community problems. This year’s winner is the Ahmed Temple Prince Hall Shriners.
Law Firm: Awarded to a law firm that consistently provides excellent legal service, is active within the legal community but also contributes in a myriad of ways to the surrounding community. This year’s winner is Barrett, Fasig, & Brooks.
Nonprofit: Bestowed to a community organization with innovative responses and solutions to the things which plague our society. This year’s winner is The Village Square.
Earned Legacy: This individual has made a significant impact in the early stages of their live and career. This year’s winner is Brecht Heuchan.
“The Service Ball is an auspicious occasion which allows us to not only honor great individuals and organizations in the community but also come together and have a great time.” said G.C. Murray, Jr., Esq., President & Founder of the ICE Foundation. “We are humbled by the impact that ICE has been able to have and are thrilled to be able to honor those in the community who have had an even greater impact.” The proceeds from the Service Ball go to benefit the ICE Foundation’s mission of stimulating different segments of society through mentorship, service, and professional development.
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