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One Last Home Run for Cynthia Hill

June 29, 2017

Cynthia Hill Retirement Celebration

Cynthia Hill, the D.C. Bar’s chief programs officer, is stepping up to the plate one last time as she sets to retire on Friday, June 30. To celebrate her nearly 27 years of leadership helping the Bar to expand and grow its programs, Bar leaders and staff came out to Washington Nationals ballpark on June 26 for a fitting retirement celebration for one of the Nats’ biggest fans.

Decked out in her Washington Nationals jersey, Hill was joined by D.C. Bar CEO Bob Spagnoletti, past CEO Katherine Mazzaferri, Bar President Patrick McGlone, past presidents Annamaria Steward and Tim Webster, and several members of the Bar’s Board of Governors, as well as staff, family members, and friends.

Guests enjoyed an evening reception at the Home Plate Tailgate section of Nats Park, followed by the match between the home team and the Chicago Cubs.

Cynthia Hill Retirement Celebration
The reception begins with a tailgate party in the Home Plate Tailgate section of the Nats Park, bringing out Bar leaders and staff, friends, and family to celebrate Hill.
Cynthia Hill Retirement Celebration
Everyone gathers for a group photo before the first pitch!
Cynthia Hill Retirement Celebration
D.C. Bar CEO Bob Spagnoletti reflects on Hill’s career and service at the Bar.
Cynthia Hill Retirement Celebration
Hill reacts to seeing a commendation and well wishes from the Bar and several law firms displayed on the jumbotron during the fifth inning.