Posts Tagged ‘Mason Williams’

Space Coast Women in Defense (SCWID) held their 4th Anniversary Celebration at Larsen Motorsports on Saturday night, January 28th. Over 130 people attended and had a great time meeting IHRA Jet Dragster World Champion Driver, Elaine Larsen and her husband Chris, as well as looking at the dragsters and racing equipment throughout their facility. Both Elaine and Chris spoke regarding their experiences in the racing community and in Melbourne. Providing entertainment at the event were the Brevard Brass, a group of local musicians dedicated to playing for non-profit organizations. There was also a silent auction, STEM Innovator Awards, great food, and great company. Mary Kinberg of Widerman Malek is on the SCWID board and a founding member of the association. Attorney Mason Williams is a member of SCWID and also helped with the planning of the event.

Ed Kinberg and Mary Kinberg

Mary Kinberg, Ed Kinberg, and Mason Williams

Mason Williams and Mary Kinberg of Widerman Malek, PL had a great time networking at the Space Coast Women In Defense (SCWID) October 26th meeting at the Courtyard Marriot in Cocoa Beach. Pam Gillespie was the moderator and one of the members on a panel discussing Community Service, Mentoring and Professional Development. The other panel members were Carol Craig of Craig Technologies, Lt. Erica Harris of the U.S. Air Force, and Brian Jaskiewicz of Space Coast Intelligent Solutions, Inc. (SCIS). The discussions were focused on mentoring, internships, servant leadership and important values for businesses.

Susie Glasgow, Mason Williams, Pam Gillespie

From left to right: Susie Glasgow, Mason Williams, Pam Gillespie

Pam Gillespie, Carol Craig, Lt. Erica Harris, Brian Jaskiewicz

From left to right: Pam Gillespie, Carol Craig, Lt. Erica Harris, Brian Jaskiewicz

On September 29th, Widerman Malek, PL supported the Nana’s House Fundraising Banquet by sponsoring a table at the Crowne Plaza Melbourne Oceanfront Hotel. Friends and firm members had a wonderful time supporting Nana’s House along with board member Scott Dixon and his wife Gosia. Nana’s House is a group children’s home for neglected, abused, needy, or abandoned children, newborn to 11 years old. The mission of Nana’s House is to provide a safe, secure, loving home where these children can come and experience God’s love and healing. These children will be provided for in every manner. If you wish to donate, please visit Nana’s House to learn more.

Scott and Gosia Dixon

From left to right: Scott Dixon, Gosia Dixon

From left to right: Ed Kinberg, Eric Hostetler, Mason Williams, Michelle Talenda

From left to right: Ed Kinberg, Eric Hostetler, Mason Williams, Michelle Talenda

On August 4th, the Widerman Malek team joined the Space Coast Chive at the Brevard County Manatees game in support of The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project. The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project is a non-profit organization that helps medically fragile children and their families by supporting them in a variety of ways including Morgan’s Place, disability aid equipment, and emotional support, all at no cost to the families. A portion of the ticket sales were donated to The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project.

Please consider supporting The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project at their website.

A lot of The M.O.R.G.A.N. Project supporters!

WM team members Daniel Davidson, Jessica Slaughter, and Mason Williams with his parents.

WM team member Jessica Slaughter holding a lot of baseballs. Mason Williams on the right.

WM team members Courtney Strus and Jessica Slaughter.

 

A great time was had by all at the Boy Scout Central Florida Golden Eagle Dinner on March 30th at the Holiday Inn, Viera. This dinner is a major fundraiser for the Boy Scouts in our area and is always well supported by our community.

The boys did an awesome job presenting the colors and speaking about their experiences with the Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts. The importance of Boy Scouts in improving the lives of many in our community was evident.

Attorney Brett Hyde of Widerman Malek, PL was the host at the Widerman Malek table and helped to facilitate a successful evening.

Boy Scout Golden Dinner

From left to right: Ed Kinberg, Brett Hyde, Stacey Hyde, Mason Williams, and Mark Malek