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Sam Nicholson, the president of Augusta Bar Association (from left); Amy Hall, of Safe Homes of Augusta; Megan Eppenbrock, of Safe Homes of Augusta; and Adam King, the secretary of the Augusta Bar Association, pose with the bar association's $10,000 donation to Safes Home of Augusta. Through the Raising the Bar Campaign, the association focuses its community and public service activities on a particular charity each year, through both fundraising and volunteer efforts. Safe Homes offers services to people experiencing domestic violence and works to educate the community in an effort to break the cycle of violence.  SPECIAL
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Sam Nicholson, the president of Augusta Bar Association (from left); Amy Hall, of Safe Homes of Augusta; Megan Eppenbrock, of Safe Homes of Augusta; and Adam King, the secretary of the Augusta Bar Association, pose with the bar association's $10,000 donation to Safes Home of Augusta. Through the Raising the Bar Campaign, the association focuses its community and public service activities on a particular charity each year, through both fundraising and volunteer efforts. Safe Homes offers services to people experiencing domestic violence and works to educate the community in an effort to break the cycle of violence.

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