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Miss the Good Ol’ Days?
Join the DBA Seniors Committee for its annual golf tournament, and visit with old friends and colleagues. The tournament will be Wednesday, July 25, at the Homestead Golf Course, 11500 W. Hampden Ave. An informal lunch is at noon, with tee-off around 1 p.m. Cost is $45, which includes greens fees, cart, prizes and lunch.
RSVP by July 16 to Mindy Marks at (303) 824-5312 or send a check made out to the DBA for $45 to: DBA Seniors Golf, Attn: Mindy Marks, 1900 Grant St., Suite 900, Denver, CO 80203.
Wheels of Justice Kick-Off Party
The Wheels of Justice kick-off party was at Delaney’s at the Celtic Tavern on Thursday, May 3. Guests learned about the team and how to support the riders. People enjoyed free food and drink, and listened to doctors and families from Children’s Hospital Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders present information about Children’s life-saving research initiatives and activities. The Wheels of Justice cycling team will participate in the Courage Classic Bike Tour, a beautiful three-day, 160-mile bike ride through the Rocky Mountains. Last year, the team raised more than $150,000 for the Children’s Hospital Foundation. This year’s goal is 200 riders and $200,000. For more information, see page 8.
Left photo: Dave Cohen and his son Jake, who was treated at the Children’s Hospital Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders, with Stacy Carpenter (right).
Right photo: DBA President Paul Chan and Wheels of Justice Chair Heather Purcell.
Summer Annual CLE Conferences
Take advantage of all of the opportunities summer has to offer, including CLE section conferences. For more information, contact CLE at (303) 860-0608 or visit http://www.cobar.org/cle.
CU’s 26th Annual Law Alumni Awards Banquet
The University of Colorado Law School held its 26th Annual Law Alumni Awards Banquet on March 14 at the Colorado Convention Center. The law school donated the net proceeds from the event to the Loan Repayment Assistance Program. Distinguished Achievement Awards were given to Justice Nathan B. Coats, Norman Brownstein, Gail H. Klapper and Steven W. Farber.