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Gloucester law firm recognizes outstanding service during pandemic

GibsonSingleton Virginia Injury Attorneys led an effort to recognize local medical workers, first responders and educators inApril by offering contests on Facebook. The winners were, from left, Lindsay Smith, a registered nurse in Labor and Deliveryat Riverside Regional (shown here with son, Harrison); Morgan Hudnall, dispatcher for Gloucester and an EMT for GloucesterVolunteer Fire and Rescue; and Becky Johnson, a second-grade teacher at Bethel Elementary.

GibsonSingleton Virginia Injury Attorneys held three Facebook contests last month to recognize outstanding local medical workers, first responders and educators whose work has been crucial during the current pandemic.

Hundreds responded, taking time to recognize and thank someone else, the firm said. It randomly selected the winners, and both the nominators and nominees received $50 gift certificates to local restaurants of their choice. The law firm is also putting up three billboards on Route 17 and Route 14 to thank these ...

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