Greater New Britain Bar Association
The Greater New Britain Bar Association is a fraternal organization of judges, lawyers and support staff that practice in or around the New Britain Judicial District. Our purpose is to share ideas and support with those of us that have chosen the law as a profession and to benefit the community that surrounds our courthouse.
2017 - 2018 Message from Richard H. Pentore, President
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Your support goes a long way to help others
The Prudence Crandall Center, located in New Britain, is the oldest domestic violence program in Connecticut and the second oldest in the nation. It offers comprehensive services such as counseling, housing, education, and transitional services and support to women, men, and children who are victims of domestic violence. It is the only domestic violence program serving Berlin, Bristol, Burlington, Kensington, New Britain, Plainville, Plymouth, Southington, and Terryville. For more info: www.prudencecrandall.org
Melissa Veale (GNBBA President), Stephen L. Mangan (GNBBA Treasurer), Claudia Barbieri, (Prudence Crandall Board President), Michael F. Romano (GNBBA Former President)
(Shown above during check presenting ceremony from left to right)
GNBBA Treasurer, Stephen L. Managan and GNBBA President, Melissa Veale after presenting the Hoops for the Homeless organization with a donation from the Greater New Britain Bar Association.
Hoops for the Homeless is a project that seeks to support the efforts of New Britain’s Work Plan to End Homelessness.
2017 Membership dues - due March 1
Contact Stephen L. Mangan, Esq. for Membership info - firstname.lastname@example.org
2017-2018 Membership Application:
September 20, 2018
Info coming soon
BROWN BAG LUNCH SERIES
Monthly. Stay tuned for detailed updates.
FRIENDSHIP CENTER VOLUNTEERING
New Britain Mayor Erin Stewart and GNBBA Former
President Michael F. Romano
Thanks to your help, your Bar Association supports New Britain City service efforts with donations toward parks and recreation, high school scholarships and winter clothing drives.