Linwood Jackson will be speaking with Judge Dwayne D. Woodruff, Pittsburgh Steelers Super Bowl XIV Champion, Sunday April 19, 2015. Judge Dwayne D. Woodruff was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers as a defensive back, He went on to play 12 seasons including playing in Super Bowl XIV as a rookie in 1980, being named Steelers MVP in 1982 and serving as team captain his final three seasons.
The Honorable Dwayne D. Woodruff is a Judge on the Court of Common Pleas of Allegheny County, presiding primarily over Juvenile cases in the Family Court Division. Judge Woodruff considers it a privilege to be in a position to give guidance to youth, especially the young Black males who come before him in court. He and his wife serve as the Pittsburgh co-chairs for the National Campaign to Stop Violence’s “Do the Write Thing Challenge”
I’m looking forward to speaking with Judge Dwayne D. Woodruff on the show about his football years, his time on the bench, his work with our young males and his campaign run for the Pa. Supreme Court. Thats right the Superbowl Champion Judge is running for a seat on the Pa. Supreme Court, and was recommended by the Pennsylvania Bar Association, who said he “is regarded by his colleagues and the bar as a dedicated, hard-working judge who is committed to justice and fairness.” Check out his website at www.judgedwaynewoodruff.com to meet the judge, volunteer or contribute to Judge Woodruff for Justice. He needs all the help he can get with his Pa. Supreme Court campaign run. Remember every dollar and every vote helps!
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Also in honor of this significant part of our nation’s history, the Wilmington Drama League will be showing the musical production of The Civil War, directed by Deb Johnson and musically directed by Caty Butler, from April 24th until May 3rd. For tickets, call (302) 764-1172 or go to www.wilmingtondramaleague.org
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