The Rotary Club of Golden, Golden Chamber of Commerce, West Chamber, and Golden Civic Foundation cordially invite you to join us for the 13th Annual Ethics in Business Awards Luncheon.

Friday May 4, 2018| 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Sheraton Denver West Hotel
360 Union Blvd, Lakewood, CO

$60 per person – prepaid reservations required. Seating is limited.
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We will be honoring two organizations, one for-profit and one non-profit, for their distinguished records in adherence to the highest standards of ethics in business.

Brian D. Boatright was sworn in as Justice of the Colorado Supreme Court on November 21, 2011.  Before joining the Supreme Court, Justice Boatright was a District Court Judge in the First Judicial District in Golden, Colorado. As a District Court Judge, Justice Boatright presided over Felony Criminal matters, Probate matters, Civil matters, Dependency & Neglect matters and Juvenile Delinquency matters. While serving on the District Court Bench, he presided well over a hundred jury trials.

Prior to his appointment to the District Court Bench, he was a Deputy District Attorney in the First Judicial District for over nine years.  During his tenure with the D.A.’s office, Justice Boatright tried everything from first degree murder cases to third degree assault cases.

Justice Boatright was born in Golden, Colorado and graduated from Jefferson High school in 1980.  He graduated from Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri in 1984 and received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Denver in 1988.

Justice Boatright and his wife Kara have two children.

ed-greeneEd Greene spent almost all of his broadcast career in Denver, Colorado beginning as a disc jockey at KLZ, then onto KIMN, KAAT and KTLK Radio.  In 1976, Ed made the switch over to television beginning a career that spanned 42 years – longer that any on-air personality in any capacity in Denver broadcast television history.  Ed has worked at all three major network affiliates: KMGH, KUSA and spending the bulk of his career at KCNC (CBS4) – 32 years.  Ed also worked at several radio stations simultaneously – primarily KYGO and KOA.  Retiring from TV in 2017, Ed has begun a new career and re-joined KOA Radio as a host of his own show.