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My, How We Danced!

Congratulations to the students, organizers and all the dancers who joined in at Deep Run High School’s Marathon Dance last Friday and Saturday. We were excited to be among the sponsors and in the gym for a lot of the amazing music and movement. Almost $175,000 was raised by these terrific teenagers to benefit twelve local charities. Good works and tired feet! But, what a dance!

Running a Lot at the Run-A-Latke

Last Sunday’s Run-A-Latke, benefitting Rudlin Torah Academy and the Weinstein Jewish Community Center, was a huge success, with beautiful sunshine, great food, wonderful company, and some darn good running!  Click HERE from some terrific photos compliments of Dr. Bob Weisberger, RTA’s president.  Our congratulations to Louis Altman for leading the pack, but also congrats to the almost 300 folks – an all-time high for the Run-A-Latke – that participated and enjoyed a fabulous morning. We also give a huge shout-out to Friendship Circle of Virginia and its volunteers for being “buddies” and helping kids with disabilities conquer the course!

GreeneHurlocker is really proud of the small role we have played in the history of this event. We’re already gearing up for next year’s race, so if you want to be involved or just want more info, please contact us.

A Lot To Latke!

GreeneHurlocker is proud to sponsor the 2015 Run-A-Latke on Sunday morning, December 6. The 5K race will start at 10:00 a.m., with the One-Miler starting at 9:30 a.m.  Both races will start and end at the Weinstein JCC. Proceeds benefit Rudlin Torah Academy, Richmond’s Jewish day school for grades K-8, and the WJCC.

We’re excited to be a part of this fun and family-friendly race. Fast runners, slow runners, walkers, families, and children are all welcome. Also, the race has partnered with Special Olympics and Friendship Circle to ensure accessibility to the special needs community. Volunteer buddy-runners will be available upon request. For more information contact Allison Snyder of the WJCC at 545-8638.

After the run, stick around and enjoy a post-race party with bagels, donuts, hot beverages, and of course, latkes!

Click HERE to register!

Coffee Was Great; Solar Focus Even Better

solar focus textWe’ve just returned from Solar Focus 2015, the mid-Atlantic’s premier education and networking meeting for participants in the solar and renewable energy industry. As in past years, it was held in Washington, DC, and attracted a sell-out crowd. In an effort to keep everyone’s energy high, our firm sponsored the coffee breaks and afternoon snacks.

In addition to all the great friendships we renewed and strengthened, along with the impassioned industry leaders we met for the first time, we attended some fantastic and thought provoking sessions on current and developing opportunities. We had the good fortune to moderate a panel on breaking into untapped markets — a topic that we will continue to follow and discuss here in the weeks to come.

Meanwhile, we snapped a few photos, so if you were not able to be there, here’s a little of what you missed. If you want to know more about the conference, the Maryland-Washington, DC-Virginia Solar Energy Industry Association (who put on the conference) or the legal and regulatory environment the solar industry lives in, just call any of our energy and utility lawyers.

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We’re in for “Resiliency for the Future”

2015 Solar Focus graphicThis is the theme of the MDV-SEIA’s Solar Focus 2015, which is just a month away. We’re attending the conference at the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel from November 16-17. In fact, we’re sponsors!

This is the East Coast’s premier Solar Policy Conference and there are pretty powerful speakers and panels scheduled. We’ll hear welcomes and keynotes from Governors, Commissioners, industry leaders, technology and policy experts and more. We’re proud to see that a number of our clients are speaking as experts and panelists. Last year, more than 300 solar industry leaders from the private, public, and nonprofit sectors gathered for spirited debate and meaningful dialogue, said Dana Sleeper, executive director of MDV-SEIA. If you contact her directly, she might even let you in on a limited-time registration discount.

We’re sponsoring the coffee breaks, and we’re looking forward to seeing old friends and new faces. Look for us during the breaks: we’ll be hovering to make sure everyone is enjoying the hospitality. If you have any questions about solar power project development, regulation or other renewable energy matters in the mid-Atlantic, you’ll enjoy talking to one of our energy lawyers . If you’re planning to come, let us know so we can keep an eye out for you.

JUST A REMINDER: If you’ve ever dreamed of owning a Tesla electric vehicle, MDV-SEIA is offering a TESLA sweepstakes prize for folks who support their advocacy work in the mid-Atlantic states. The details are right here.

Looking Forward With A Generous Heart

We are delighted to again be among the sponsors for the Lev Nadiv Gala where Rudlin Torah Academy (RTA) will present the 2015 Chesed Award and the Above and Beyond the Call of Duty (ABCD) Award on May 31.

The recognition of our friends Ellen Renee Adams and Rebecca Kalman-Winston with the Chesed and ABCD Awards, respectively, is especially exciting. We know that a deep, personal commitment to the Richmond Jewish community, and to Jewish education, has been a hallmark of their careers.

We’re also looking forward to the keynote address from David Krohn, a Juilliard-trained opera baritone originally from Hampton Roads and now the Associate Director of Development at the Houston Grand Opera. He has performed with the New York Philharmonic at Carnegie Hall and numerous opera companies. He will bring his love of opera and Yiddish music to Richmond and also talk about the importance of his Jewish education and how it has influenced him as he has performed around the world.

GreeneHurlocker has long been a proud supporter of RTA, which is Richmond’s only Jewish day school. RTA provides exceptional general and Judaic education to students in grades K-8. RTA’s students consistently score in the highest percentiles in standardized testing and, in the past 12 years, at least 95% of RTA’s 8th graders that have applied to the area’s most selective leadership or Governor’s high schools have been accepted. For more about RTA, please visit the school’s website,

We hope you will make plans to join us at this year’s Lev Nadiv Gala, which is Hebrew for “generous heart.” Contact RTA at 804-353-1110 for full dinner details!

We’ve Got Happy Feet for Deep Run High

Our firm is happy to join the sponsors of the Deep Run Marathon Dance , scheduled for March 14-15, 2014. The students of the Deep Run High School are staging this 8th Annual Marathon Dance to benefit the charities of our local community. Deep Run High School students, of all grades, have raised more than $1.1 million for local charities.  Last year alone, they raised over $243,000.00!  The Marathon Dance is run and put together by the help of the student committee. They organize and promote fundraisers and the event itself. They also help choose the beneficiaries. Read more at the Richmond Times Dispatch.