Two UC Law Students Receive Community Awards
Bobbi Dillon ‘13
Rising 2L Bobbi Dillon was recently awarded the 2011 Montgomery County (Dayton) "Young Democrat of the Year" award. Given yearly, the award recognizes a member of the Montgomery County (Dayton, OH) Young Democrats who is active in the chapter and dedicated to the party.
“Bobbi’s enthusiasm for the group and her efforts to promote the message and to always look for ways to represent the organization were key reasons she received this award, said Gen Murphy, executive director for group. “In 2009 she worked very hard on Rhine McLin’s mayoral race. And in 2010, before coming to law school, she led the membership recruitment efforts, signing up 75 people as new members of the group.”
Joseph Zoimen ‘12
Joseph Zoimen, a rising 3L, will be honored on May 25, 2011 by the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati as “Volunteer of the Year.” This award will be presented based on his work as a volunteers and programs he runs at Congregation Zichron Eliezer.
- Commented Rabbi Meir Minster, “Yosef (Joseph) has initiated many programs for our congregation. When he takes on a project, he sees it through to the end, motivating others to get involved. His vision goes beyond our congregation and encompasses the entire community.”
Congratulations to Bobbi and Joseph!