March 20, 2017

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United Way Grant News 2017

CASA of Menominee County gratefully announces that the Tri-City United Way has awarded us $4850 for the 2017 grant cycle!  These funds will be used for Volunteer Training and Support, so that CASA of Menominee County can continue to provide high quality advocacy for abused and neglected children under court jurisdiction in Menominee County.  As […]

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March 3, 2017

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CASA Awarded ‘Binding Families Together’ Grant

An M&M Area Community Foundation grant for $400 has been awarded to CASA of Menominee County for “Binding Families Together.”  This grant will allow CASA volunteers to purchase an age and interest appropriate book for their CASA child(ren), enjoy it with the child during the case period, and then gift it to the child when the […]

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February 11, 2017

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Annual 30-Day Raffle!

How does having 30 chances at $100 sound?  Ticket sales have begun on our annual 30 Day Raffle, to be held in April. Each day in April, we will draw a ticket- the winner gets $100 and their ticket goes back in the hat.  Tickets are only $10 and can be purchased at the following […]

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February 10, 2017

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March 2017 Program Update

Currently, 8 Volunteers are advocating for 13 children under Menominee Family Court jurisdiction. At our next Volunteer Meeting, the Assistant DA for Menominee County will present to Volunteers guidelines for testifyuing in court in child abuse and neglect cases. Sales continue for our annual 30 Day Raffle.  Tickets are $10 each and give the purchaser […]

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November 30, 2016

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2016 Holiday Gala A Huge Success!

CASA of Menominee County’s Board of Directors would like to thank the many supporters of our 2016 Holiday Craft/Vendor Show and Gala evening event.  We had 13 tree sponsors for our Parade of Trees- Winsert, Wisconsin Public Service Foundation, Marinette Elks Lodge, Rye Collision, Polzin and LaValley Family Dentistry, RT Electric, Brent Nerat State Farm, […]

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