|BAR FOUNDATION GRANT-THE LAW WORKS
Continuing its commitment over several years, the Bar Foundation’s Board of Directors has provided another grant to the long running, successful legal education program on WV Public Broadcasting, The Law Works. Pictured above after the grant was provided are, from left to right, Robin Mazza (Marketing Coordinator for WV Public Broadcasting), Ken Gray (Bar Foundation Board Member) and Dan Ringer (The Law Works Host).
During hundreds of weekly programs for almost fifteen years, The Law Works has educated the public about laws and the legal system with outstanding judges, lawyers and civic leaders as participants. Dan Ringer, WV Public Broadcasting and other funding entities are to be commended for this important legal affairs endeavor.
Since beginning its formal grants program in 2004, the Bar Foundation has distributed almost $190,000 through approximately 40 separate grants for worthwhile programs in the areas of public education, law student scholarships, legal services for low income citizens and child abuse prevention. The vast majority of those funds (just less than $175,000) has been distributed in the past five years.
APRIL 19 DEADLINE – BAR FOUNDATION FELLOWS DINNER
The numbers keep increasing—now there are approximately 150 persons from around the state who have made reservations for the 15th Annual Bar Foundation Fellows Dinner. This year’s Fellows group consists of nineteen lawyers and three members of the judiciary who join 240 lawyers and 35 judges, who have been previously selected as Bar Foundation Fellows.
The Annual Reception and Dinner to honor the 2013 class is set for Thursday, April 25, at the Marriott Hotel in Charleston. The well attended event (black tie optional) begins at 6:30PM and the cost is $125 per person or $1,250 for a table of ten persons.
The members of this year’s class include:
Judge Jack Alsop-Webster Springs
Robert Berthold, Jr.-Charleston
Professor Tom Cady-Morgantown
Judge Russell Clawges, Jr.-Morgantown
William File, III-Beckley
Richard Ford, Jr.-Lewisburg
Thomas Hurney, Jr.-Charleston
Evans King, Jr.-Bridgeport
Judge Ronald Pearson-Charleston
Rory Perry, II-Charleston
Don Sensabaugh, Jr.-Charleston
Howard Seufer, Jr.-Charleston
Please contact Tom Tinder to make your reservations—(304)-343-9823, firstname.lastname@example.org or WV Bar Foundation, P. O. Box 4845, Charleston, WV 25364.
The deadline for reservations is APRIL 19, 2013.
|BAR FOUNDATION ANNUAL MEETING
The West Virginia Bar Foundation and its Board of Directors wish to announce its Annual Meeting that will be held on Thursday, June 6, 2013, at 1:30 PM at the law offices of Flaherty, Sensabaugh and Bonasso, 200 Capitol Street in Charleston, WV.
The agenda for the meeting includes the reading of the Minutes of the 2012 Annual Meeting, a report on the programs and activities of the Bar Foundation, the financial report, the Nominating Committee report and Other Business. The Nominating Committee report will consist of the election of the following persons to serve three year terms as members of the Board of Directors:
Chief Judge John Bailey-Wheeling
Steve White-South Charleston
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