COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD

We at Spiva Law Group believe deeply in our Community.

Howard Spiva has been recognized statewide as supporting a host of local charitable organizations over the years.

His community awards include:
~2011 Justice Robert Benham Award for Community Service, sponsored by The State Bar of Georgia.
Here is the link telling about the award http://www.gabar.org/news/12th_annual_justice_robert_benham_awards_for_c...
Here is the video presentation they played at the awards
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_tvqBEohsI

~2010 Helen V. Head, Small Business Advocate of the Year, sponsored by the Chatham Commerce Club and the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce.
~2006 Speaker of the Year, sponsored by The Small Business Chamber of Savannah. For Community education seminars.
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THE STATE BAR OF GEORGIA AND
THE CHIEF JUSTICE'S COMMISSION ON PROFESSIONALISM
PRESENT THE 12th ANNUAL COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARDS

Atlanta, GA. The 12th Annual Justice Robert Benham Awards for Community Service will be presented on February 15, 2011 at a special ceremony. Since 1998, these awards have been presented to honor lawyers and judges in Georgia who have made significant contributions to their communities and demonstrate the positive contributions of members of the Bar beyond their legal or official work.

Awards are given to selected attorneys in the judicial districts of Georgia from which nominations were received. This year's Savannah recipient is: Mr. Howard E. Spiva, Savannah (Judicial District 1).

These deserving judges and attorneys have served a wide range of community organizations, government-sponsored activities, and humanitarian efforts outside of their professional practices. Their fields of service include: youth athletics and mentoring programs, literacy programs, social services, church and religious activities, politics, promotion and support for legal aid programs, community development, education, sports, recreation, and the arts. These awards recognize the commitment of Georgia lawyers to volunteerism, encourage all lawyers to become involved in community service, improve the quality of lawyers' lives through the satisfaction they derive from helping others, and raise the public image of lawyers.