Picture This: DBA Happenings
Let It Drive!
|Bob Fullerton, Jim Bayer, Don McMichael, Howard Erickson|
1st – Don McMichael
2nd – Chuck Carpenter
3rd – Bruce Evans
1st – Greg Taylor
2nd – Jack Clough
3rd – Bruce Schilkin
Special recognition goes to Kathleen Rimar who was the first woman to enter into the tournament. She played well and her gross score placed her seventh among all competitors. Had there been a ladies division, she would have won everything!
Don Gentry & John Clough
|Kathleen Rimar, Ike Kaiser, David Naiman, Bruce Evans|
|Bruce Schilken, Jeanne Surbrugg, Donald Alperstein, Greg Taylor|
|Steve Theis & Elsa Martinez Tenreiro|
|Bob Vinton, Beth Vinton, Crista Carpenter, Chuck Carpenter|
|Jim Voorhees, Hover Lentz, Bill McClearn, Dick Downing|
Congratulations to the 2008 Wheels of Justice cycling team and sponsors! More than 200 riders participated in the Courage Classic three-day ride through the Rocky Mountains July 26 to 28. The team of 201 cyclists has raised more than $240,000 for the Children’s Hospital Center for Cancer and Blood Disorders, surpassing goals for both riders and donations. For more information, go to www.wheelsofjusticecycling.com.
|Bernie Gehris warms up after the Courage Classic ride.|
|Kate, Emma, Dave and Charlie Greenberg smile and thank the Wheels of Justice riders for supporting the Children's Hospital. Kate participated in the ride, largely because the hospital helped Emma battle leukemia.|
Three outstanding attorneys and one judge were recognized as exemplary DBA members at the 2008 Annual Awards Party on June 10 at the Colorado History Museum. Recipients included: Stanton Rosenbaum, Award of Merit; Hon. Russell Carparelli, Judicial Excellence Award; Aaron Bradford, Young Lawyer of the Year Award; and Karen Wheeler, Volunteer Lawyer of the Year Award.
|From left: Stanton Rosenbaum, Karen Wheeler, Russell Carparelli and Aaron Bradford.|
Governor Bill Ritter addressed the Colorado Bar Assocation Leadership Training graduates on June 13 at the Governor’s Mansion. He urged them to continue making their leadership contributions to the legal profession and the community. The event celebrated the graduation of COBALT students from the CBA’s six-month leadership course. Family and friends joined the class members for this occasion.
|Gov. Bill Ritter inspired the 2008 class of the Colorado Bar Association Leadership Training.|