April 2016 Community Events Spotlight

DLG attorneys and paraprofessionals are actively involved in the central Kentucky community.  We strive to make central Kentucky a better place to live, work and relax for everyone.


We are still in need of CARE (Credit Abuse Resistance Education) presenters for the second and third week in April! CARE is a financial literacy program intended to educate students to help them avoid making mistakes that could lead to bankruptcy and financial disaster. If you or someone you know would be interesting in presenting at a Fayette County High School this April, please contact Sara Johnston at


Dean Langdon is participating in Run the Bluegrass on April 2nd to benefit local non-profit, LeXeconomics Group, Inc.. For more information about the race as well as various events to enjoy and experience the bluegrass can be found here:


On April 9th Laura Day Delcotto will be participating in her acting debut at the Lexington Children’s Theatre for their Celebrity Curtain Call in Nottingham. Tickets and more information about Laura Day’s role in The Adventures of Robin Hood can be found at this Facebook event page:


On April 17th, Dean Langdon will be attending Lexington Art League Board of Directors’ strategic planning meeting. The Lexington Art League’s mission is to “challenge, educate, engage, and enhance our community through visual art and the advancement of local artists.” More information about the Lexington Art League, including its April This is the Thing event, can be found at


On April 30th Dean Langdon will be participating in the Kentucky Derby Half Marathon. This half marathon benefits multiple charities, including: Alzheimer’s Association, Boys & Girls Clubs of Kentuckiana, Alliance for a Healthier Generation, and many more. Information about registering, all of the charities that will benefit, and how to get involved can be found here:


Lastly, April showers bring May flowers, and the showers have already started in full force. If you have any excess umbrellas, rain jackets, or ponchos that you would consider parting with, please e-mail Sara Johnston at so she can get them to those who do not have a roof over their heads to keep them dry.



We hope that you’ll check back next month to see what DLG has planned for May!


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