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1.       Audit  – Ned Stankoski, Chair


2.       Bylaws – Jeff Lobach, Chair      


3.       Executive – Stephen F. Feldmann, Chair


4.       Finance & Budget  - Ned Stankoski, Chair

a. Bar Center – ad hoc when capital replacement plan established – Dean Dominick, Chair


5.       Grants/Scholarships – Carolyn Steinhauser, Chair

a.  CNP Diversity Internship Scholarship – R. Bradley Peiffer and Tara Wikhian, Co-Chairs

b. Noll Scholarship –Amy L. Nelson, Chair

c. JROTC Award  (Military & Veterans) – Leigh Dalton


6.       Nominating - William B. Anstine Jr., Co-Chair


7.       Philanthropy (currently Endowment) – Ned Stankoski, Chair

                     Endowment and Fundraising oversight

a. Bar Stools – Thomas D. O’Shea, Chair

b. Investment  - Ned Stankoski, chair


8.       Pro Bono – Larry Young, Chair

a. Access to Justice

b. Court Self Help Center

c.  Legal Medical

d.  Military & Veterans


9.       Public Service -Suzanne Griest, Chair 

a. Junior Achievement volunteers

b. Law Day –Devon Myers and Jenn Galloway, Co-Chairs

c. Liberty Bell Award  - Judge Cook

d. Mock Trial –Peter Ruth, RJ Fisher and Chris Ryder

e. Law Mentoring –Walt Tilley, Leigh Dalton, Kris Accardi

f.  Legal Lines – Tom O’Shea

g. Speakers Bureau


Bar Center –The Bar Center Committee shall oversee the maintenance, repair, decoration, equipping, management and operation of the Corporation's real estate and physical facilities.

Bylaws – The Bylaws Committee will periodically review the Bylaws of the Corporation and the Corporation's compliance with the Bylaws, make recommendations to the Board with respect to such revisions as may be appropriate with respect to the Bylaws and take such other actions as the President or the Board may direct with respect to the Bylaws.

Clarence "Chuck” N. Patterson Diversity Internship Scholarship Program– Creates effective programs to strengthen and expand a commitment to diversity within the Association and community, takes a leadership role in increasing diversity of the legal profession in York, and serves as liaison with other organizations with similar objectives. The CNP Diversity Intern Scholarship Program Committee shall be responsible for administration of the Diversity Scholarship Fund shall make recommendations to the Board consistent with the purposes for which the Diversity Scholarship Fund was established, shall evaluate applications for scholarship grants and shall make recommendations with respect to management and investing of such funds as may be deposited in the Fund.

Finance and Budget – The Finance and Budget Committee shall be chaired by the Treasurer of the Corporation and shall be responsible for: Formulating and recommending financial policies to the Board; Preparing, reviewing and recommending to the Board an annual operating and capital budget for the Corporation; and Advising the Board on all business and financial matters including: Periodic review of the financial position of the Corporation; Compilation of the annual financial statements of the Corporation; and Investments and other assets of the Corporation.

Fundraising Committee - The Fundraising Committee shall oversee all efforts and initiatives of the Corporation to raise funds to carry out the purposes of the Corporation and enhance its endowment, and shall make recommendations to the Board with respect to fundraising activities.

Grants - The Grants Committee shall (a) establish and implement a procedure, subject to the approval of the Board, for the submission and awarding of grants of financial support consistent with the purpose of the Corporation; (b) evaluate grant submissions and applications and make recommendations with respect to same to the Board; and (c) perform such related actions as may be necessary from time to time.

Law Day – The Law Day Committee shall be responsible for presentation of a program or programs annually commemorating National Law Day in York County.

Nominating– The Nominating Committee shall submit nominations to the Board for any vacancies on the Board or in any office of the Corporation not less than forty-five (45) days prior to the annual meeting of the Board .

Philanthropy  The Philanthropy Committee shall oversee, manage and provide stewardship with respect to the funds of the Corporation which are designated by the Board as part of the Corporation's endowment fund or are otherwise not intended to be disbursed within one year of receipt. Raises funds and oversees fundraising for the Endowment Fund, oversees the investment and implementation of the investment policies, serves as Gift Acceptance Committee and assures the compliance with fund purposes.

Pro Bono Legal Services– shall oversee a program or programs for the provision of pro bono or reduced fee civil legal services to disadvantaged persons resident in York County.

Public Service – The Public Service Committee shall engage in programs and projects for the benefit and edification of the public which are consistent with the purposes of the Corporation.

Richard Noll Scholarship –The Richard Noll Scholarship Committee shall make recommendations to the Board consistent with the purposes for which the Richard Noll Scholarship Fund was established, shall evaluate applications for scholarship grants and shall make recommendations with respect to the management and investing of such funds as may be deposited in the Richard Noll Scholarship Fund.


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