On September 28, 2017, our firm, along with several other Portland businesses, opened our private art collection to the public to benefit the Southern Maine Agency on Aging (SMAAA) for an art tour called the “Hidden Treasures of Portland.” Three exhibiting artists were in attendance. Our very own legal assistant and watercolor artist, Beth D’Amico, exhibited her painting entitled “The Heron,” which was an exciting addition to the event. Artists Scott Flanders and Anthony (Tony) Muench were also present, to the delight of the many attendees who viewed their fine works of art. SMAAA representatives informed attendees about the agency’s Healthy Aging initiative. A wonderful time was had by all, and the evening benefitted SMAAA’s many programs such as Meals on Wheels, Money Minders and Vet-to-Vet. Epstein & O’Donovan, LLP is proud to have been a part of this unique event.