Marco Island, Florida, July 20th, 2016— The law firm of Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A. is proud to announce that Associate, Jennifer Tenney, has been recently named the newest President of the Marco Island Noontime Rotary located in Marco Island, Florida.
Having been an active member of the Marco Island Rotary for a number of years, Tenney assumes her duties in 2017 as President following current President, Lynne Minozzi. Tenney has served on the Board of the Marco Island Charter Middle School as Secretary and President, the Marco Island 5K/Half Marathon Board of Directors and has been a volunteer at the Marco Island YMCA since 2006, where she is also a Zumba instructor.
The Marco Island Noontime Rotary provides valuable resources for the Greater Marco YMCA Summer Camp, Interact Club, Meals of Hope, St. Matthews House and more through fundraising events and membership. Recently, Rotary members sent a donation to aid the flood victims in Charleston, West Virginia. Members of the Club have since been awarded for their dedication to the community and willingness to help others.
Tenney’s areas of law practice with Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A. (www.wpl-legal.com) include real estate, elder law, estate planning and probate. She is a graduate of Duke University School of Law and is a Member of the Florida Bar Association and the Collier County Bar Association. In addition to her leadership roles within the Marco Island community, Tenney has also participated in the Alumni Club of Marco Island and Leadership Marco. She looks forward to her new role as Rotary President.
“I am excited to get started and maintain the ongoing respect that the Marco Island Rotary achieves in the community. This dedicated, talented group makes a real difference in people’s lives in our community and I am honored to be leading them next year,” says Tenney.
About Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A.
In 1971, Arthur V. Woodward founded the first law firm on Marco Island which emphasized the importance of a superior work ethic, collegiality and respect among our peers, and a social conscience that commands participation in opportunities for the good of the public. These guiding principles formed the tradition of excellence that the attorneys at WPL work hard to uphold today.
Cathrine A. Hunter, Esq.
Woodward, Pires & Lombardo, P.A.