Congratulations to Lenny Lucenko, Amy Perlman, Jonathan Sprouffske, and Chuck Szurszewski! They were just listed on the 2014 WSBA Supreme Court Pro Bono Publico Honor Roll! These members demonstrate to the profession and the public, the legal community's commitment to service!
October 12, 2015
You may have spotted CTM attorney Carter Hick in a recent edition of The Olympian. The Olympia Historical Society and Bigelow House Museum celebrated the Bigelow House Museum's 20th Anniversary on September 20, 2015. As part of the festivities, Carter portrayed Olympia pioneer Calvin Hale and offered some Bigelow family history to Bigelow House Museum visitors. Click here to see pictures of the event.
The historic Bigelow home was built in the 1850's by pioneer lawyer and Territorial Legislator Daniel R. Bigelow and his wife Ann Elizabeth White, who was a school teacher. Through the years the residence was occupied by the family until 2005, when it transitioned into its current state as a museum.
September 30, 2015
CTM attorney Carter Hick was appointed to serve on the Olympia Historical Society and Bigelow House Museum's Board. More recently he was appointed to serve on the Board of the Washington Courts Historical Society (WCHS, http://wacourthistory.org). The WCHS is an outstanding organization with great people and a wonderful mission. Carter is very pleased to serve and looks forward to learning more about his local community and state.
September 28, 2015