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Thomas Law Offices Sponsoring 2018 Animal Care Society Benefit Bash

Published on Feb 21, 2018 at 2:10 pm in Fun Stuff.

Thomas Law Offices is excited to announce that we’re a sponsor for the 2018 Animal Care Society Benefit Bash for the Animal Care Society. This exciting event is on Saturday, March 24 from 6-11pm at Mellwood Arts & Entertainment Center. Support the Animal Care Society at an evening that includes dinner and complimentary bar, games, and music for dancing. You can also participate in the silent auction or the live auction after dinner. The suggested way to dress is cocktail party attire, but it’s only a suggestion.

The Ultimate Guide to Holiday Fun in Louisville – 2017 Edition

Published on Nov 22, 2017 at 11:28 am in Fun Stuff.


The holiday season is upon us again, and it’s time for fluttering snow, snuggly sweaters, eggnog, bright holiday wrapping, constant Christmas carols, meals upon meals of delicious foods, friends, loved ones, hot chocolate, and that worry of “What the heck can I buy Grandma this year?” It’s a wonderful time of year– but also a stressful one. If you’re feeling a bit of stress about what to do this holiday season, what events to take the kids to, where you should buy a tree, or where’s a good place to take your friends out for drinks, we’ve got you covered.

At Thomas Law Offices, we love the holiday season and we love Louisville. Christmas in Louisville is a sight to behold, and there are so many things to do and enjoy. Almost too much, in fact. Our staff decided to put together an ultimate guide for Louisville residents and visitors like. Here it is– the Ultimate Guide to Holiday Fun in Louisville – 2017 Edition.

Thomas Law Offices Sponsoring Animal Care Society Benefit Bash

Published on Mar 24, 2017 at 2:14 pm in Fun Stuff.

Thomas Law Offices is proud to be one of 2017’s sponsors for the Animal Care Society’s Animal Care Society Benefit Bash. The event will be held this coming Saturday, March 25th, at 6 PM EST at the Mellwood Art Center. Our law firm will be attending and helping raise funds for the Animal Care Society– Louisville’s first animal shelter and adoption agency that operates with a zero-kill animal policy.

The Animal Care Society was founded in 1984 and is a non-profit no-kill adoption agency for dogs and cats. In the last ten years alone, the organization has found homes for over 8,000 pets. Their mission is to provide responsible and humane treatment for the agency’s cat and dog guests until forever homes can be found. The organization is privately funded and and is supported financially through subscription memberships, donations, adoption fees, and events like the Animal Care Society Benefit Bash.

Some Tips and Tricks for Halloween Safety

Published on Oct 26, 2016 at 12:00 pm in Fun Stuff.

Halloween is a great opportunity to spend time with family, get creative, provide children with healthy snacks, and participate in physical activity.  Being mindful of potential dangers can allow a safe and fun holiday for everybody.  Thomas Law Offices encourages every parent to be cautious of their child’s safety this Halloween season.  Here are some tips to help keep your child safe:

Decorate light-colored costumes and bags with reflective tape.  Avoid covering your child from head-to-toe in dark fabrics and use plenty of reflective materials that will help make your child more visible to passing cars.  Carrying a glow stick or flashlight will also help your child be seen by drivers.

Halloween Fun Facts and Homemade Crafts

Published on Oct 25, 2016 at 12:05 pm in Fun Stuff.

It’s almost Halloween! We’ve decided to take a slight break from our normal posting routine and post a few Halloween-themed articles that focus on safe, family fun. Let’s start today by looking at the origins of the holiday and of trick-or-treating. Here are some facts you may not know about our favorite ghoul-filled holiday:

The History of Halloween

Halloween — it’s a strange name for an even stranger holiday but the name itself actually reveals a lot about the holiday’s origins. Halloween’s oldest iteration is found in an ancient Celtic festival called Samhain. The Celts believed on the night of the festival the boundary between the world of the living and the world of the dead was thinned and ghosts roamed the earth. When Christians came and colonized the Celts’ homeland, they feared the festival’s implications. They replaced the pagan Samhain with a Christianized version of the holiday called All Saint’s or All Hallows Day on November 1. The night before this Christian holiday became known as All Hallows Eve and, eventually, Halloween.

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