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Firm hosts Halloween Party to raise money for Harvest Food Drive

By September 22nd, 2022No Comments

Deena Baker poses as “Harley Quinn” during Phillips Murrah’s Annual Halloween

Phillips Murrah hosts a slew of events each Fall to raise money for the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma, one of them being the Firm’s Annual Halloween Party.

Staff members came to work in their most creative Halloween costumes for a chance to win the annual costume contest.

“I definitely love dressing up and getting to be out of the ordinary for a day,” said Sabrina Allgood, who dressed as “Bilbo Baggins” and won Third Place in the Costume Contest. “I had a blast sitting at the front desk in the morning and seeing all the faces of surprise as I welcomed people in my ridiculous wig and costume.”

Monica Ball won Second Place in the Costume Contest dressed as a “Cutout Paper Doll,” and Nathan Hatcher won First Place dressed as “Emo Uncle Sam.”

The Harvest Food Drive has been sponsored by the Oklahoma County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division for the past 29 years, and benefits the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.

For the past several years, Phillips Murrah has been the largest contributor among law firms for the food drive. In 2014, the firm was honored with the Friends of the Young Lawyers Award from the OCBA for the firm’s support of the Harvest Food Drive.

“Each year we try to get creative with ways to raise money for the food drive, while also making it a fun event for the Firm,” said Director Clayton D. Ketter. “Our efforts include raffles, contests, and a lunch.

“We try to offer a variety of ways people can get involved, and each year I’m amazed at the generosity of the attorneys and staff here.”

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