Clark Hill Attorney Andrew M. Mast Lends a Hand Alongside Fellow 313 Project Members to Restore Detroit's Romanowski Park
– Clark Hill attorney Andrew M. Mast joined his fellow 313 Project members on July 12, to help restore Detroit’s historical Romanowski Park, located on the southwest side of Detroit. 313 members, in addition to a number of other community organizations, spent the day cleaning, painting, planting and building new structures at the park to create a safe place for kids and families to enjoy.
Thanks to a large donation by the Home Depot Foundation and support from the Detroit Recreational Department, volunteers were able to install new swing sets and picnic tables, plant new flowers and shrubs, and restore the flag pole that was originally placed in the park in honor of Sgt. Stanley Romanowski, who the park is named after.
Mast is an associate in Clark Hill’s Litigation Practice Group in the firm’s Detroit office. He recently graduated
from Wayne State University Law School where he was an executive board member of
The Wayne Law Review.
Mast is on the advisory board for the 313 Project.
The 313 Project is a nonprofit organization made up young attorneys, law school students and other community volunteers. To learn more about The 313 Project, please visit
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