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Children’s Advocates Group Representatives Gathered for Discussion, Hosted by Attorney Brehm Bell

Brehm Bell, a Bay St. Louis attorney, recently hosted a luncheon to honor different local organizations that help children and families in the community.


Local attorney Brehm Bell hosted a tri-annual luncheon for local children’s services representatives. In attendance were, L-R - Jim Collins, Food Pantry; Cynthia Chauvin, CASA; Laura Mederos, Hancock County Resource Agency; Aboye Jinkin, Youth Court; Lisa Wilbur, Brenda's House; Jennifer Williams, St. Gerard Community Outreach Catholic Charities; Debra Foster, Hope Haven; Kelly Kowalski, Hancock Resource Center; Brehm T. Bell, Local Attorney; Diane Bennett, Christian Women Job Corps.

The luncheon was organized by Bell to help recognize the needs of these groups that provide vital services throughout the year to children in our county. The Bay St. Louis native and father of four has a true passion for the welfare of children and families in Hancock County.

“There are many ways to help children and families,” said Bell, “and I wanted to show my appreciation to these groups that are working hard to help our most vulnerable have hope.”

A practicing attorney in downtown Bay St. Louis since 1995, Bell focuses his practice on personal injury cases and helping people who are overwhelmed or frustrated with the legal process.


As the former youth court judge, Bell developed this tri-annual forum to both honor the hard work of these agencies and to keep the lines of communication open between the groups to better provide services to our community.