Greetings! As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving, I would like to take the opportunity to thank members of the Greensboro Bar Association Board and committee members for their servant leadership and getting our year off to a great start. In addition, I would like to thank each of you for being a member of our great organization.
At this time, when our country is more divided politically than ever, a spirit of thanksgiving and respect for mankind is necessary for change. I contend, we would be better served if we focus on our commonalities, instead of our differences. As attorneys, we work collectively to confront challenges and resolve cases. Perhaps, we will play a major role in “being the change…”, as was suggested by Mahatma Ghandi.
We have a great opportunity to positively impact everyone we encounter by demonstrating our appreciation of others through respect, professionalism and quality services. There are many servant leaders that are working diligently in appreciation of our community, citizens of Greensboro and surrounding areas. One of those individuals is Attorney and Greensboro City Councilman Justin Outling. Attorney Outling practices with Brooks Pierce Law Group and will serve as the speaker. His topic will be “Making Greensboro.” The lunch meeting will be held on November 15, 2018 in the Kress Building.
In closing, it is my hope that each of you will have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday, full of joy, bountiful delectable treats and soul stirring warmth of heart delight that comes from spending time
with loved ones.