Denver Bar Association
February 2009
© 2009 The Docket and Denver Bar Association. All Rights Reserved.
All material from The Docket provided via this World Wide Web server is copyrighted by the Denver Bar Association. Before accessing any specific article, click here for disclaimer information.


Picture This: DBA Happenings


Seniors Embrace Holiday Spirit
_________________________________________________________

The Seniors Committee celebrated the holiday season on Friday, Dec. 12 at the DBA offices. We had a great turnout with about 40 people. Attendees enjoyed a hot buffet and a Colorado history quiz that kept the seniors on their toes. The event concluded with a recap of what everyone was up to this past year and what they will be doing in 2009. CBA President Bill Walters made an appearance, his first at a Seniors Committee event since he became president. DBA Past President Mary Jo Gross made her annual apprearance, and long-time member Brooke Wunnicke, 90, graced the group with her presence and her long list of activities, including working part-time at Hall & Evans.

Carl Eiberger, left, Don McMichael, Bruce Evans and Chair Jim Bayer catch up on last year’s happenings during the Seniors Holiday Party.

Chair Jim Bayer, center, welcomes members of the Seniors Committee to the annual holiday lunch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Brooke Wunnicke, who celebrated her 90th birthday this year, updates her colleagues on what she’s been up to in 2008.

DBA Past President Mary Jo Gross, right, reminisces about life as a Bar leader with CBA President Bill Walters during the seniors lunch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Districts test students’ Constitutional knowledge
____________________________________________________________________

Charlie Garcia, left, Mikee Kapelke, center, and Virginia Lindemann introduce themselves to the students participating in the competition.

The 6th and 7th Congressional Districts’ We The People competition heated up on Nov. 21 at Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church in Lakewood. Platte Canyon, Grandview, Overland and Welby New Technology High Schools competed to test their knowledge of the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights. Questions included: "How did the framers create the Consitituion?" and "What rights does the Bill of Rights protect?" Charlie Garcia, Robert Kapelke and Hon. Elizabeth Weishaupl were competition judges. To volunteer for We The People, call Carolyn Gravit at (303) 824-5323.

 

Charlie Garcia and Mikee Kapelke prepare their questions for a group of students.

Larry Farin, left, Tom Buescher, center, and Chris Elnicki listen to and evaluate a group of students.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From the mouths of members…
____________________________________

What is your New Year’s resolution?

"To continue to devote time to bar association activities and community service (and to try to not get as stressed out during Broncos games — hopefully they will not be as inconsistent in 2009!)"— Ingrid Briant

My 2009 Resolution: To run a 3 hour 30 minute marathon in April!"— Dan Glasser

"First, because I’m just starting as a district court judge, I don’t want to screw up too much. I also resolve to finish a long essay on the proper judicial response to moral issues, such as civil rights."— Hon. Christopher Cross

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Back
Member Benefits DBA Governance Committees Public Interest The Docket Metro Volunteer Lawyers DBA Young Lawyers Division Legal Resource Directory DBA Staff The Docket