Friday, September 21, 2012

Upcoming Fall Events

Fall Welcoming Ceremony for New Attorneys
Mark your calendars for this event that has been a tradition for the El Paso County Bar for almost 30 years.  Join your local judges and magistrates on Tuesday, October 30th at 5:30 pm at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum for a small ceremony to welcome our newest colleagues to our community.

November Bar Luncheon
Please join us for the November Bar Luncheon on November 20th at 11:45 am at Springs Orleans.  Our presenter will be Mark Fogg, President of the Colorado Bar Association.

If you would like to prepay for your luncheon using your credit card to avoid standing in line at the luncheon, send a message to Claire at with your RSVP and a note to prepay.  We will call your office to run your credit card before the day of the luncheon.  Don’t forget that Bar Association Luncheons are held bi-monthly on the third Tuesday of that month.  After November, the next luncheon date is January 15, 2013. 

Annual Holiday Social
Don’t miss out!  Join us for our annual holiday gathering on Thursday, November 29th at 5:30 pm at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum.  Join us for a beer, cocktail, and some heavy hors d'oeuvres after work and celebrate the holiday season with your colleagues. 

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