McLane Middleton Donates Tickets as Part of Centennial Celebration

McLane Middleton, Professional Association donated 100 tickets to local YMCAs in New Hampshire and Massachusetts as part of its year-long Centennial celebration focused on its clients, the community, and its colleagues.

Each month during 2019, McLane Middleton makes a donation to the community based on the number “100.”

The firm donated 50 Palace Theatre Tickets to the YMCA of Downtown Manchester and 50 Peabody Essex Museum Tickets to the YMCA of the North Shore.  The donated tickets will be distributed to participants in programs offered by the YMCA.

The YMCA of Downtown Manchester offers a wide variety of exciting activities for kids, athletes, families, seniors, and everyone in between.

The YMCA of the North Shore welcomes all.  They strengthen communities, educate and nurture children and promote healthy living in spirit, mind, and body.

The Palace Theatre is a non-profit performing arts center that hosts its own professional company, youth, and teen programs as well as presenting acts.

The Peabody Essex Museum was founded in 1799 and is the country’s oldest continuously operating museum. At its heart is a mission to enrich and transform people’s lives by broadening their perspectives, attitudes and knowledge of themselves and the wider world.

The delivery to the YMCA of Downtown Manchester was made by Jeremy T. Walker, a director in the firm’s Litigation Department and a member of the YMCA of Downtown Manchester’s Advisory Board.  John D. Colucci, the managing director of the firm’s Woburn office, made the delivery to the YMCA of the North Shore.

For more information about McLane Middleton’s 100th Anniversary, visit