Shepard, Hamilton honored for support of civic education

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hamiltonshepardawards-15col.jpg Retired Indiana Chief Justice Randall T. Shepard and retired U.S. Rep. Lee Hamilton were recognized at the We the People awards dinner with the William Baker Award. The honor is given annually by the Indiana Bar Foundation to an attorney who has shown an outstanding dedication to civic education. Pictured, from left, are Judi Calhoun, Indiana Bar Foundation president, Shepard, Hamilton and Caryn Glawe of IBF’s citizenship education committee. (Photo submitted)

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