Hannibal Courier-Post

Tenth Judicial Circuit helps local food bank

Posted: Dec. 1, 2018 12:01 am

Local lawyers donate countless hours of time and make significant monetary contributions individually to multiple charities in Northeast Missouri. In addition, this year, collectively, lawyers of the Tenth Judicial Circuit Bar Association donated $1,000 of their membership dues to The Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri. The Food Bank will be able to acquire and distribute $21,000 worth of groceries to local residents in Ralls, Marion and Monroe counties with this donation. On November 19, at the Marion County Circuit Court Law Day, the Food Bank acknowledged the donation — pictured from left are: Judge Rachel Bringer Shepherd, Attorney Doug Browne, Judge Robert Clayton III, Attorney Austin Smith, Assistant Prosecutor Gareth Cooksey, Attorney Jennifer Richardson, Attorney Jim Terrell, Judge Robert Clayton II, Attorney Mark Wasinger, Attorney Jon Hoover, Judge Cliff Ahrens, Prosecuting Attorney David Clayton, Attorney Casey Welch, Attorney Robert Rapp, Judge John Jackson, Attorney John Morthland, Attorney Neil Maune, Judge David Mobley, Attorney David Brown, Attorney Drew Ward and Attorney John Briscoe. Due to scheduling conflicts and other professional obligations, not all bar members could be present.