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AG John Suthers will address the JBG (Jewish Business Group) at its monthly breakfast meeting at the Westin Westminster.

Colorado Attorney General To Speak at JBG

A recent JBG Meeting

On Thursday February 2nd, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers will address the JBG (Jewish Business Group) at its monthly breakfast meeting at the Westin Westminster. The meeting is from 7:30 am – 9:00 am.

Mr. Suthers will discuss significant current lawsuits of interest to Coloradans including the National Health Care Lawsuit that headed to the Supreme Court. The presentation will be followed will by a Q & A.

The February meeting promises to be very informative in understanding the challenges of the National Health Care debate as it heads to the Supreme Court in the spring.

The JBG offers professionals, CEO’s and entrepreneurs an opportunity for business networking, expanding business skills through informative and empowering presentations and Jewish social interaction. The JBG gathers monthly and is open to the entire community regardless of affiliation.

“The Jewish Business Group has really worked for me” says Mrs. Sharon Prager-Wortham owner of Custom Made Fitness a business that helps businesses introduce healthy lifestyle in their work environment and at home. “I have made quite a few new contacts by attending the meetings and have enjoyed the presentations immensely.”

Meetings are open to employers and employees of the business and professional community. Retirees are also welcome.

A $15 fee covers a buffet breakfast. For more information and to RSVP please call 720-984-5805 – email milehighchabad@aol.com or visit www.JewishBusinessGroup.com

 

About Mr John Suthers

Mr. John Suthers, Colorado Attorney General

John W. Suthers has served the citizens of Colorado as District Attorney, presidentially-appointed U.S. Attorney and now as Colorado’s 37th Attorney General, having just been reelected to his second term. He also served as the Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Corrections under Governor Bill Owens. As Attorney General, he represents and defends the interests of all Coloradans and is chief legal counsel and adviser to state government and its many agencies, boards and commissions. In his tenure as Attorney General, Mr. Suthers has initiated successful programs to protect children from Internet predators, reduce mortgage and foreclosure fraud, and combat methamphetamine abuse in Colorado.

    

About Rabbi Benjy Brackman

Benjy Brackman is the Rabbi/Executive Director of Chabad of NW Metro Denver in Westminster, Colorado.

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