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CASA OF THE CHEAHA REGION EVENTS

Here is a calendar of all our events and trainings.

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CASA Advocate Leigh Twigg shares with us her “why” for becoming a CASA.

“My WHY for being a CASA…. Hearing the words, ‘Thank you for caring about me. I love you.’ Seeing big smiles and sparkling eyes when it’s a visit day. Feeling like I make a difference, even if it’s one child at a time.”

Thank you Leigh for going above and beyond for your CASA kids. You ARE the difference and we are so happy to have you on our team!
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CASA Advocate Leigh Twigg shares with us her “why” for becoming a CASA. 

“My WHY for being a CASA…. Hearing the words, ‘Thank you for caring about me. I love you.’ Seeing big smiles and sparkling eyes when it’s a visit day. Feeling like I make a difference, even if it’s one child at a time.” 

Thank you Leigh for going above and beyond for your CASA kids. You ARE the difference and we are so happy to have you on our team!

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Happy Thanksgiving! We are so thankful for all of you! ... See MoreSee Less

Happy Thanksgiving! We are so thankful for all of you!

We asked CASA Volunteer Blake why he chose to become a CASA. His response was “Several years ago I had the opportunity to go to Vietnam with a non-profit and work with orphan children on several different projects. As much as I would love to make that a permanent move, that just isn’t feasible. Last year I was introduced to CASA and realized the need for representation of children right here in our back yard. I’m proud to be a part of an organization that takes such pride in the responsibility needed for assisting those children.”

We are so thankful for Blake and all the hard work he puts in while also working a full time job. It takes dedication and passion to do both!
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We asked CASA Volunteer Blake why he chose to become a CASA. His response was “Several years ago I had the opportunity to go to Vietnam with a non-profit and work with orphan children on several different projects. As much as I would love to make that a permanent move, that just isn’t feasible. Last year I was introduced to CASA and realized the need for representation of children right here in our back yard. I’m proud to be a part of an organization that takes such pride in the responsibility needed for assisting those children.”

We are so thankful for Blake and all the hard work he puts in while also working a full time job. It takes dedication and passion to do both!
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