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Law Office of Brehm Bell Continues to Honor Hancock County Heroes

Over 30 Hancock County, MS teachers and first responders won $50 gift cards through a unique giveaway program that began in October 2021. Bay St. Louis attorney Brehm Bell and his staff came up with the idea to honor local “Hancock Heroes” for their service to our community.


“We had a great time with the giveaways to local teachers and first responders and now we are switching gears to honor those who volunteer or are employed with a non-profit organization in Hancock County,” explained Bell. “Our non-profits are what help make our community so amazing, enhancing our arts, education, health, environment and more. Many times they work behind the scenes and we think this is a good way to show them we respect and appreciate their commitment to our county.”



To enter the current giveaway, individuals may sign up online at www.brehmbell.com and confirm they volunteer or work with a Hancock County, MS non-profit organization. When you sign up for the raffle, you are also signing up to receive the law firm’s quarterly newsletter, however there is an easy way to opt-out on the raffle entry form.


The firm has wrapped up the first chapter of the giveaway by donating three $200 classroom grants to one teacher in the Bay Waveland School District, Hancock County School District and the private schools – Holy Trinity, Our Lady Academy and St. Stanislas College. Those teachers were Tammy Raymond, Holy Trinity; Marie Guillot, North Bay Elementary; and Rebecca Carver, North Central Elementary.


Random drawings from those who have signed up online will be held each month and winners will be contacted by The Law Office of Brehm Bell. Entrants only need to sign up one time and will stay in the drawing unless their name is drawn as a winner. The Law Office of Brehm Bell plans to continue the non -profit monthly giveaway for one year.


Bell grew up in Hancock County, graduating from Bay High before attending law school at the University of Mississippi. He has been a practicing attorney since 1989, focusing solely on personal injury cases for over two decades here in Hancock County.

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