Osceola Elementary School held its 4th Annual 5k Run and Fun event on Feb. 23, which served as a fundraiser for the school’s nutrition and physical activity program. The aim of the program is to provide the school’s students and the community with healthy and positive choices. In addition to the 5k event, additional fundraising activities were held on Feb. 22, including the silent auction. Businesses in the local community were asked to make donations, and Taylor & Taylor provided a will that could be used in the silent auction. The law firm was also listed a sponsor of the event.
The school’s fundraising efforts this year focus on adding additional Fit Equipment to its playground, as well as on providing healthy activities for its students. Last year, the raised funds were used to give scholarships to Girls on the Run, to provide training materials for that program and to provide each grade level with money dedicated to health and nutrition education. Osceola Elementary School, which is located in St. Augustine, has been recognized as a Five Star School by Florida’s Department of Education. It has also received the Golden School Award from the department.
By contributing to the silent auction, Taylor & Taylor shows that it is dedicated to helping improve its local community. The law firm provides aggressive legal representation for individuals who have been accused of crimes throughout St. Augustine and other areas in St. Johns County. The firm’s attorneys work tirelessly to protect their clients’ rights and to provide them with opportunities to properly defend themselves against their accusers.
The lawyers at Taylor & Taylor have more than 40 years of combined experience handling all types of criminal cases. The team includes Attorney Clyde M. Taylor, Jr., Attorney Clyde M. Taylor III and Attorney Bradley A. Waldrop. Attorney Clyde M. Taylor, Jr. has personally handled more than 200 cases throughout his more than 30 years of legal practice. He has served as president of the Tallahassee Chapter of the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (FACDL). He is currently a member of FACDL and of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL). Attorney Waldrop has valuable experience as a former prosecutor for the State Attorney’s Office, and Attorney Clyde M. Taylor III also has valuable experience in criminal law. Learn more about Taylor & Taylor by visiting www.taylor-taylor-