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QuatriniRafferty Sponsors "Art in the Alley"Reception

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Art In The Alley.jpgQR is honored to have sponsored the "Art in the Alley" reception last evening at The Palace Theatre. Art in the Alley, an innovative community project located between The Palace and The Union Trust building in downtown Greensburg, is an interactive art project featuring original works by "Incubator for the Arts" local and student artists. The project was funded by The Second Chance Fund, an endowment of The Community Foundation of Westmoreland County, in memory of Fred Cecchini and Kimberly Cecchini, family members of Vince, Michael, and Adam Quatrini.


We conclude our 30th anniversary year by reflecting on our "30 Acts of Charity" project. Throughout 2017, we provided support to 30 distinct charities within our local communities - via monetary donation, sponsorship, volunteerism, or contribution collection.

PSBA Spring Legal Roundup

The Pennsylvania School Boards Association (PSBA) recently presented its Spring Legal Roundup in Greensburg, PA, and Attorney Joyce Novotny-Prettiman, who is an associate at Quatrini Rafferty, was a co-presenter again in 2015. This continuing legal education seminar is presented yearly in an effort to keep local educators up to date on recent legal developments in the school law area. Since there were many developments in the law this year, the information presented included amendments in the Child Protective Services Law, a Right-to-Know update, and lessons from recent decisions from First Amendment speech and Transfer of Entities cases.

Legislative Alert: Strong Supporters of The ABLE Act

The ABLE Act, short for the Achieving a Better Life Experience, would allow people with long-term disabilities like those on the autism spectrum or Down syndrome to save money in a tax shelter solely for important costs like housing and education, while still qualifying for Medicaid and government services.

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