Behind the scenes of SPM Law
Photos from 2018
It could be argued that the behind the scenes life of SPM Law is just as busy as the day to day workings of our well oiled machine. The photos below show you a bit of the personal side of our team in 2018.
July - much to the delight of everyone the gorgeous Justine was blessed with her first baby Sebastian. His SPM Law aunties and uncles look forward to his visits.
August - Our Cooroy office turned one. We have been overwhelmed with the support of the Cooroy community and look forward to celebrating many years in our Maple Street digs.
September - SPM Law were sponsors of the Summit Ball held at Peppers Resort raising money for girls education in Bhutan. It was a great night and we think that the boss and his stunning wife Linda were the best looking couple there! It was very exciting to receive a photo from the Bhutanese guide Norbu who we met at the Ball. Norbu took one of SPM's new thermal coffee mugs trekking to 5000 metres. The photo is taken on the border of India and Nepal!
November - Amy got married!! After many months of preparation - much of which the amateur wedding planners of SPM were involved in, it finally happened. Some of the team were on hand to witness Amy and Gene's beautiful wedding at Maleny Manor. We were all very envious of the honeymoon which was spent in the Maldives.
Movember Lunch - Michael grew his Mo for the 11th year running raising funds for the treatment and awareness of men's health issues. He will exceed his goal of $3000 and raise nearly $4000 this year. Thanks to everyone who supported him in his hairy venture - It was a great looong lunch!! Michael obviously kept himself well hydrated as the November heat didn't stop him scoring 86 runs for his team the following day - the man is a machine! There are lots of great photos of the lunch on our Facebook page.
You'll have to keep a look out on our Facebook page for the Yee Ha Cowboy themed staff end of year party and everything that happens in 2019.
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