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TCL > November 2003 Issue > 2003 CBA President's Visits

November 2003       Vol. 32, No. 11       Page  6
Bar News

2003 CBA President's Visits

 

Robert J. Truhlar

 

 

 

 

 

 

District 5 • Including El Paso County,
Heart of the Rockies, Fremont-Custer, and
San Luis Local Bars


November 7, 2003
Visit is at the Holy Cross Abbey, Cañon City

District 2 • Including Adams–Broomfield,
Arapahoe, Aurora, 1st JD, and Douglas–Elbert Bars


November 14, 2003
Visit is at the Marriott Denver West

 

Go to http://www.cobar.org for more information

 


 

At each of his President’s Visits, CBA President Bob Truhlar breaks up the afternoon of CLE with a challenge called “The Bench-Bar Bowl.” The Bowl, a competition between three local lawyers and three local judges, is always a fun-filled trivia event. Questions include local trivia, legal trivia, and current events. Points are awarded at Bob’s discretion . . . making it an interesting competition.

 

Greg Mueller (left), President of the Mesa County Bar Association, and Jasper Snodgrass (right), present Anthony “Andy” Williams (center) with the 2003 Mesa County Bar Association Professionalism Award during the Grand Junction President’s Visit.

A few funny characters made their way to the Bench-Bar Bowl at the La Junta President’s Visit. It was unclear whether Dr. Evil or Austin Powers was most trivia-savvy.

All CBA President’s Visits are preceded by an optional luncheon that starts at noon, with a Colorado Supreme Court Justice as the featured speaker. To receive more information on the cost of the luncheons and to RSVP, go to http://www.cobar.org and click on the President’s Visits information.
Judge Mick O’Hara (right) presented Wayne Westphale (left) with the Northwest Colorado Legal Services Project 2003 Pro Bono Attorney of the Year Award.

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