Denver Bar Association
May 2002
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Picture This: DBA Happenings

Community Concerns Committee members Karen
Spaulding, Lisa Williams, Kathy Bogannam
and Tom Kim pose by the wall of food
collected by Denver law firms for the
Food Bank of the Rockies.

“Roll Out the Barrels” Food Drive

The Denver Bar Association Community Concerns Committtee had its greatest success with this year’s food drive. Attorneys at metro-area firms raised 4,700 pounds of food and $2,770 in cash donations. Thanks to the 59 firms who participated. All those who contributed will be listed in The Docket next month.

Winners per firm size. The following first-place winners will get to host the fabulous Roll Out the Barrels trophy in their office for one year.

1-20 employees Winner! Baldwin & Brown, one barrel and one box Fowler Schimberg & Flanagan, $65 and one box The Harris Law Firm, half barrel Montgomery, Kolodny, Amatuzio & Dusbabek, 89 items

21-60 employees Winner! Lowe Fell & Skogg, $100 and half barrel Brobeck Phleger & Harrison, $125 and 136 items McElroy Deutsch & Mulvaney, $20 and one box Burns Wall Smith & Mueller, one box Burg Simpson, $40 and 136 items Mendenhall DelPiccolo Raglund & Potrykus, 250 items Clanahan Tanner Downing & Knowlton, 115 items

61-100 employees Winner! Isaacson Rosenbaum Woods & Levy, three barrels Court of Appeals/Supreme Court, $95 and two barrels Dorsey & Whitney, $25 and one barrel Hogan & Hartson, $10 and one barrel Republic Financial, one barrel and three boxes Kennedy & Christopher, half barrel

101-150 employees Winner! Faegre & Benson, $705 and two barrels Rothgerber Johnson & Lyons, $550 and one box Ballard Spahr Andrews & Ingersoll, $95

151+ employees Winner! Brownstein Hyatt & Farber, $415 and two barrels Davis Graham & Stubbs, one barrel and three boxes Holme Roberts & Owen, $340 and 211 items

The Docket Committee

Committee members Dennis Walker, Loren Ginsberg, Don Peterson and Marshall Snider, listen to Doug McQuiston playing his bagpipes at the DBA St. Patty’s Day meeting.

High School Mock Trials

Court of Appeals Judge Leonard Plank sits on the bench during the regional high school mock trial competition in Denver. Judge Plank has been a judge of mock trials for the past eight tournaments.

High School Career Day

Attorney Norm Mueller talks to a high school student at East High School’s career day.

YLD Chair Dawn Adeletti, Cathy Traugott, Paul Gordon, Megan Brynhildsen, Elizabeth Imhoff, Janet Drake and Chair-Elect Tamatha Blase. Dawn Adeletti presents each board member with a signed print, “Legal Illuminations,” in appreciation of their hard work for YLD.

YLD Chair Dawn Adeletti serves DBA President
Bill Walters at the wine tasting.

YLD Wine Tasting Sponsors

Thank you to the following sponsors for contributing to the YLD Wine Tasting, benefiting the Legal Aid Foundation: Baharav Vineyards, Balistreri Winery, Brownstein Hyatt & Farber, Canyon Wind Cellars, City Wine, Colorado Wine Industry Association, Coventry Farms, Denver Buffalo Company, Eagle Trace Golf Club, Eastern Mountain Sports, Elizabeth Imhoff, Heritage Wine & Liquors, Heritage Wine & Liquors, Jeff and Amy Parsons, Keystone Resort, La Rumba, Marsh Affinity Group Services, Nationwide Environmental Services Inc., Pasquini’s, Private Capital Management, Robert L. Weil, Steve Duncan, Templeton & Associates, The Colorado Ballet, The Courtyard Marriott Downtown, The Hotel Teatro, The Hyatt Downtown Denver, The Oxford Hotel, The Sheraton Steamboat Resort and Conference Center, The Vail Marriott Mountain Resort & Spa, The Vineyard Wine Shop, Trail Ridge Winery, Urban Design Group, and Yia Yia’s.

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