Legal Aid Rides the ‘Wave Of Justice’ With Two Events 10/2/18 10/02/18 1:30:00 PM
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Three of the second-place team members are Dillon Shea, from left, Daniel Lennon and Emily Gordon, all attorneys at Fidelity National Title Group. Not pictured is the fourth member of the group, Drew Mandl, managing counsel and vice president at Fidelity National. (Courtesy photo)
Legal Aid Rides the ‘Wave
Of Justice’ With Two Events
Seventy-eight golfers took part in Legal Aid of Nebraska’s “Swing for Justice” fundraiser on Sept. 21 at Eagle Hills Golf Course in Papillion.
The goal the sixth-annual golf tournament was to raise money and awareness in support of the civil legal services that Legal Aid provides to low-income Nebraskans across the state. And raise money they did, more than $12,000, according to Joanne Hull, director of donor relations.
Bragging rights for first place go to the foursome of Daniel Murvin, Roger Shiffermiller, Matthew Jansen and Matthew Nygaarad. The second place team members were Emily Gordon, Daniel Lennon, Dillon Shea and Drew Mandl. Third- place honors went to Shirley Peng, Mark Thalken, Kenny Jacobs and Zachary Anderson.
Swing for Justice was the first event of Legal Aid’s fall campaign to “Ride the Wave of Justice.”
Part two happens Saturday with “Justice Rocks,” a beach-themed event that features local Omaha indie band “Names Without Numbers.” They’ll be playing at the Slowdown in downtown Omaha. Tickets to the event are $25, available at www.legalaidofnebraska.org/justice-rocks. Sponsorships are available in increments from $500 to $5,000.