Media Alert: Sheriff Beth Arthur to Receive Arlington County Bar Foun

Published on November 07, 2016

The Arlington County Bar Foundation's William L. Winston Award is presented to a prominent member of the Northern Virginia legal community for a record of public service distinguished by efforts to advance the principles of enlightenment, knowledge and education in the American system of jurisprudence , as well as to promote democratic ideals and advance the rule of law. Sheriff Beth Arthur

The Winston Award, established in 1990 to honor the former chief judge of the Arlington Circuit Court, is the highest honor presented by the Arlington County Bar Foundation.

Beth Arthur became Virginia's first female sheriff in 2000. She oversees a staff of more than 270 and an annual budget of nearly $36 million.

What: Presentation of the 2016 William L. Winston Award to Sheriff Beth F. Arthur

Who: Sheriff Beth F. Arthur and senior members of the Arlington County Bar Foundation

When: Tuesday, Nov. 15, 12 p.m.

Where: Washington Golf & Country Club, 3017 N. Glebe Road, Arlington

To attend the luncheon, contact the Arlington County Bar Foundation:

Laura C. Dove, Esq., Foundation Chair, 703-522-8100 or Mark Cummings, Esq., Winston Award Committee Chair , 703-525-1200