Elko Justice of the Peace Elias Goicoechea and Carlin Justice/Municipal Court Judge Teri Feasel with 35 students
Elko Justice of the Peace Elias Goicoechea and Judge Teri Feasel meet with the children from Boys and Girls Club of Elko County

WHO: Judge Elias Goicoechea, Elko Justice of the Peace, Dept. B, and Judge Teri Feasel, Carlin Justice/Municipal Court.

WHAT: The judges, wearing robes, will be discussing Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor’s autobiographical children’s book “Turning Pages, My Life Story,” with 26 12-year-olds from the Boys and Girls Club of Elko County. Each child will receive an autographed copy of the book and another book of Sotomayor’s, “Just Ask: Be Different, Be Brave, Be You!” The latter book illustrates and explains how special-needs children deal with various challenges, including blindness, autism, asthma and juvenile or Type 1 diabetes; Type 1 diabetes remains an issue for Sotomayor herself. 

WHEN: 11 a.m., Friday, January 24.

WHERE: Elko County Commissioners office, 540 Court Street, Suite 101, Elko, Nevada

This Reading & Robes program is made possible by a generous grant from the William N. Pennington Foundation.

For security purposes, media are asked to call/email in advance if they plan to cover this event. 

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