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Delaware County Bar Association Receives
Awards from the Pennsylvania Bar Association
HARRISBURG (Feb. 22, 2019) - The
Pennsylvania Bar Association (PBA)
presented County Bar Recognition
Awards to the Delaware County Bar
Association during the 53rd Annual
Seminar of the Conference of County Bar
Leaders, Feb. 21 - 23, at the Nittany Lion
Inn, State College.
Recognized for its Delco re:View
magazine and George B. Lindsay
Memorial Lecture Series, the Delaware
County Bar Association is one of 22
local bar associations in Pennsylvania
honored this year for sponsoring projects
that improve the legal profession, justice
system or community. The awards are
presented annually by the PBA.
"Each year, we're proud to recognize
the important projects and programs that
members of local bar associations are
doing to better communities throughout
Pennsylvania," said PBA President
Charles Eppolito III. "I applaud the efforts
of the many volunteers that made these
good works possible."

The Delco re:View
A quarterly publication of the
Delaware County Bar Association, with
Tracy E. Price, Director of Marketing, as
Editor, focuses on national, state and local
matters that affect the practice of law
within Delaware County, and activities
of the Bar Association and its members
that contribute to the welfare of Delaware
County communities.

George B. Lindsay Memorial
Lecture Series
Each year, the association partners
with the George B. Lindsay Foundation
to sponsor a complimentary CLE/CJE
program and reception for association
members. Past keynote speakers have
included former Pennsylvania Supreme

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Court Chief Justice Ronald D. Castille,
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Chief
Justice Thomas G. Saylor and United
States Circuit Court Judge D. Michael
Fisher.
The Conference of County Bar
Leaders, whose membership includes
leaders from county bar associations
throughout the state and from the PBA,
organizes a yearly educational conference
focusing on the exchange of innovative
bar association projects and ideas, and on
the development of mutually-beneficial
relationships among bar leaders that
improve the legal profession.
Founded in 1895, the Pennsylvania
Bar Association strives to promote justice,
professional excellence and respect for
the law; improve public understanding
of the legal system; facilitate access
of legal services; and serve the lawyer
members of the state's largest organized
bar association.
Source: Pennsylvania Bar Association,
100 South Street, Harrisburg, PA 1710

BEST COVER:
Spring, 2017 "Front & Center"
Submitted by Tracy E. Price, Editor
The covers of the 2017 Membership
Directory of the Delaware County Bar
Association and the Spring issue of the
Delco re:View, featuring four of our
attorney-members; Michael A. Burns,
Tiffany T. Griffin, Matthew Bilker and
Patrick Daley, were inspired by the
Beatle's world-famous Abbey Road
album cover.
On August 7, 1969, at 11.35am, the
Beatles walked across a zebra crossing
in an innocuous North London street.
The photo shoot for their new Abbey
Road album happened just yards from the
eponymous recording studios and took ten

minutes - only six frames were taken by
the photographer, Iain Macmillan, who
was perched on a stepladder.
The Beatles' world-famous Abbey
Road album cover has since become
one of the most iconic covers in history
for two reasons - no album cover has
inspired more imitations, and none has
spawned such a mass of conspiracy
theories.
Unbeknown to the public at the
time, the Beatles were in the final throes
of a bitter break-up and would never
record another album. Relations had
deteriorated to such an extent that the
group abandoned their original title of
"Everest," together with a shoot in the
Himalayas, and were photographed
instead crossing Abbey Road, walking
away from the studios, and everything
they had once shared. *


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