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Bar News - April 4, 2008

Attorneys, Judges Ski for Charity

Pictured: Andrew Weaver, Attorney Stephen Connell, Hon. Paul S. Moore, Hon. Mark Weaver

The New England Handicap Sports Association hosted its 22nd Annual Corporate Ski Challenge on March 8. NEHSA is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping the disabled participate in recreational activities.

In honor of New Hampshire attorney Ted Jordan, NEHSA renamed the Corporate Challenge the Ted Jordan Memorial Race in 1997 and the NH Bar Association has been a major participant ever since. Each year, members of the New Hampshire, Nashua and Manchester Bar Associations support NEHSA’s outreach to the disabled community by sponsoring teams and participating in this event.

Members of the NH Bar counted for over 60% of the participants in this year’s Corporate Challenge, which raised over $20,000.

Following is a list of winner’s from the race’s “Legal Division”:

First Place Team
Second Place Honors
Third Place
Fastest Master 
Senior Division 
Fastest Female Attorney
Fastest Male Attorney
Buchanan, Maynard & Parodi 
Wiggin & Nourie 
Rockingham County Probate Court Judges
Hon. Peter Hurd
Hon. John Maher
Sarah Brown Davidson
Andrew Brown

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