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Wednesday, March 20, 2024

Run for the Rosé: Derby Day Fundraiser

Presented By The CTLA Women's Caucus

The CTLA Women's Caucus will be holding a fundraiser, RUN FOR THE ROSÉ, to benefit the Arthur C. Luf Children's Burn Camp. The camp is a safe, natural outdoor environment for kids ages 8 to 17 from around the world who have survived life-altering burn injuries. Camaraderie coupled with physical and social activities help campers overcome anxieties, develop and enhance their physical skills, and allow them to move beyond their scarring and burn injuries. The Burn Camp is the only one of its kind in the Northeast. All children attend free of charge! All expenses for lodging, meals, arts/crafts, activities and programs are paid for by the CT Burns Care Foundation. You can read more about the camp it on their website.

It will be an evening spent with colleagues and friends in a beautiful boutique winery. The Derby themed fundraiser will feature hors d'oeuvres, local wine, beer and signature cocktails, silent auction items and the awarding of prizes for some fun contests!

Thursday, May 2, 2024
Rose Vineyards and Winery
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Run for the Rosé: Derby Day - Benefitting the Arthur C. Luf Children's Burn Camp

Upcoming Seminars & Events


CLE Seminar: The Fundamentals of a Trial
The Trumbull Marriott, Trumbull, CT

Chair: Kathleen L. Nastri

CT Credits: 5 Skills
NY Credits: 6 Skills


After Hours Meet & Greet Networking Event - Middlebury
Vyne Restaurant & Bar, Middlebury, CT


After Hours Meet & Greet Networking Event - Middletown
Krust Pizza Bourbon Bar, Middletown, CT


CLE Seminar: Making Waves and Facilitating Changes in Workers’ Compensation
Inn at Middletown, Middletown, CT

Chairs: Meghan Lyon; Nathan J. Shafner

CT Credits: 3.5 Skills
NY Credits: 4 Skills


Run for the Rosé: Derby Day at the Winery
Rose Vineyards and Winery, N. Branford, CT


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