MacElree Harvey partner Hillary J. Moonay has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Yardley Makefield Soccer Club, where she will serve as secretary for a two-year term.
YMS exists to create a positive environment for all athletes to improve as individuals through the sport of soccer, with a strong emphasis on character, work ethic, and a positive attitude.
Moonay is a member of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Bars, and is resident in MacElree Harvey’s Doylestown office. She focuses her practice exclusively in the area of family law, where she handles all phases of the negotiation and litigation of domestic relations cases, including divorce, child custody, child support, alimony/spousal support, equitable distribution, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, and related issues.
Work2gether and Bruce Mowday
Work2gether, a new business on Lancaster Avenue in Downingtown, is having an open house during the borough’s Christmas parade and hosting local author Bruce Mowday on Saturday, Dec. 9 beginning at 2 PM.
“The parade gives us a great chance to showcase our new business,” Work2gether’s Nick Winkler said. “We invite everyone to visit our wonderful location. We have a great community room, and we are happy to host Bruce for a signing of his books, including a history of Downingtown.”
Mowday will have copies of his books, including the just-released J. Howard Wert’s Gettysburg. Mowday has written books on history, sports, business, and true crime. Click here to learn more about his books.
Gawthrop Greenwood associate Meghna Reddy has been sworn in to the Chester County Bar. A recent graduate of Villanova’s School of Law, Reddy worked with the Interdisciplinary Mental and Physical Health Law Clinic at Villanova, where she successfully represented clients in Supplemental Security Income cases and assisted those with mental impairments in acquiring additional medical assistance.
Reddy earned her bachelor’s degree from Penn State, and has also studied Criminal Justice at Avans University in the Netherlands. Born and raised in Muscat, Oman, Reddy moved at age 15 from the Middle East to the U.S., where she attended high school in Hershey.
UVF will celebrate the Christmas season by hosting its annual concert event, Christmas at Valley Forge, on Friday, Dec. 1 and Saturday, Dec. 2.
Talented musicians and singers from the school’s Music Department will perform as part of the Wind Ensemble, the Patriot Bells (a handbell ensemble), the Jazz Ensemble, and the University Choir. At select points throughout the evening, a light show will enhance the senses, illuminating the concert venue with a display of festive colors.
As part of the tradition of Christmas at Valley Forge, luminary candles will line the sidewalks of the campus, welcoming visitors to the concert performance. Click here to purchase tickets.