Monthly Newsletter September | 2009
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Prodigy Law Group has made a $1,500 gift to the YMCA of Orange County, California, to support local teen participants in the YMCA Youth and Government program. YMCA Youth and Government is a national "model legislature" program designed to prepare young adults to become the next generation of leaders in business, politics, education and community. The donation was made in a ceremony at Chapman University School of Law in Orange, California.

"Preparing our youth for responsible and active citizenship is one of the most important tasks we as parents and community leaders face," said Seth Heyman, managing director of Prodigy Law Group. "This exemplary YMCA program also provides a unique opportunity for these young participants to develop a range of attitudes and skills that will serve them well throughout their lives."

The California program started in 1949 and involves some 2,500 high school sophomores, juniors and seniors each year. It culminates in Sacramento at the State Capitol with the convening of a five-day Model Legislature and Court each February where the teen delegates "take over" in the historic halls, chamber and offices of the State Capitol, Supreme Court and Governor's Office.

"Support from companies like Prodigy Law Group is vital to enabling us to offer this wonderful opportunity to as many young people in our community as possible," said Charlie Myer, vice president, YMCA of Orange County. "And, in the current economic climate, we greatly appreciate the generosity of the firm in providing a financial contribution to the program."

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