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Programs sponsored by the lawyers auxiliary include the Dependency Court Project which provides toys and books to the courts for children involved in dependency proceedings.  The 2nd & 3rd Grade Literacy Challenge serves a Title I school and over 60 children per month.  This program gives each child one new book a month to encourage reading and help build home libraries.

The lawyers auxiliary also works to place attorneys and judges in classrooms during law week. Although the law week theme changes each year, the basis is always the rule of law while emphasizing open and accessible courts are the cornerstone of a free society. 

Our newest program is "A Constitution in Every Pocket," geared toward 7th-grade Civics students who are each provided with a U.S. Constitution at the start of the school year.

Lastly, the auxiliary partners with the Education Foundation in its "Tools to Learn" school supply project, making school supplies available to children in public and independent schools in Indian River County through their teachers.

Our Annual Appeal supports our programs and helps us to further the mission of the IRCLA.   Please consider joining our executive circle by pledging your financial support.

Annual Giving Campaign.pdf


2017-2018 PROGRAM & COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS

 

Constitution in Every Pocket

Morgan Smith, Co, Chair

Christine Barry, Co-Chair

 

Dependency Court

Patti Milles Lajoie, Chair

 

Law Week

Sandi Harpring, Chair

Morgan Smith

Dana Larsen

Bonnie  Mitchell

 

Literacy Challenge

Ann Catchick, Chair

 

Tools to Learn

Ann Catchick, Chair

Bonnie Mitchell

Marge Grall

 

ALA Liason: Bonnie Mitchell

Fundraising:  Sandi Harpring & Morgan Smith

Membership:  Morgan Smith

Sunshine:  Jackie Cooksey
















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