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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

Dear CCBA Members,

The 65th Criminal Courts Bar Association Awards Dinner is fast approaching. As you have hopefully heard by now, this year's Awards Dinner will be held on Saturday, April 28th, 2018. The event will be at the glamorous Millennium Biltmore Hotel, in downtown Los Angeles, which is featured in Taylor Swift's latest music video "Delicate -- take a look right here (click)

Ticket sales are notoriously slow in the month prior to the event, but we must let the venue know our numbers weeks before the actual event. So, please take action now if you intend to join us for this epic event. I assure you that this year will be tremendous fun, complete with a photo booth, delicious food, an entertaining - and not too long - awards ceremony followed by fantastic music. Needless to say, the evening will be spent with many of your friends and colleagues, a good number of whom have already purchased tickets.

Additionally, if you would like to stay the night at The Biltmore, following the event, they are providing a special room rate for our guests. The price for our guests will be $205, rather than the customary rate of $299. If you would like to take advantage of this opportunity, please email Sabrina Jiang directly at Sabrina.Jiang@millenniumhotels.onmicrosoft.com.

Tickets can be purchased online at by clicking HERE or by contacting me directly by email at Richchacon@aol.com

Thank you very much for your consideration,

Richard M. Chacon

2018 CCBA President

NOTE OUR FUTURE DATES:
Dinner meetings (locations, speakers & topics to be announced)
May 8
June 12
September 18
October 9
November 13
December 11

Message From the President

Richard M. Chacon

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