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About the KBA:
Organization's Who’s Who
Leaders of the Knoxville Bar Association.
Barristers- the Young Lawyers Division
2013 Barristers Executive Committee
The Hunger & Poverty Relief Committee works tirelessly on a multitude of year-round projects including the "Firms for Food" program with Second Harvest Food, delivering Meals-on-Wheels on Mondays and Fridays at lunch, and serving as interviewers in the Knox Area Rescue Ministries job skills training program. The Committee also organizes several special "drives" each year, including participation in the Coats for the Cold campaign, Professional Clothing Drives to benefit the Career Closet, Cell Phone Drive for victims of abuse, School Supplies Drive to benefit ChildHelp USA. The Committee also organizes an annual Canned Food Drive Competition and sponsors an Angel Tree each Holiday Season to benefit local homeless shelters. Last year, the Committee also organized its first Cornhole Tournament, which raised money to benefit the Wesley House Community Center.
Hunger & Poverty Relief Committee Activities
Knoxville Barristers Hunger & Poverty Relief Committee
Fifth Annual Canned Food Drive Competition Results
A special thank you to the law firms of Hagood, Tarpy & Cox; Legal Aid of East Tennessee; Lewis, King, Krieg, & Waldrop; Paine, Tarwater, & Bickers; and London & Amburn for contributing to this year's drive.
Without further ado, here are the winners:
Total Pounds Per Attorney:
Legal Aid of East Tennessee
Total Pounds + Bonus Pounds:
Lewis, King, Krieg & Waldrop
Peanut Butter Crown:
Hagood, Tarpy & Cox
Again, thank you for helping this great organization at this time of year. Next year, we'll shoot for an even bigger turnout.