May 12, 2017

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Three New Board Members Join CASA of Menominee County

A very warm welcome to Nikki Sotka, Mariah Harris, and Kim Pericolosi as new board members at our May board meeting!  All have a big heart for children and support the CASA mission of finding safe, permanent, nurturing homes for abused and neglected children. Welcome, Ladies!

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May 9, 2017

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Volunteer Recruitment

Volunteer Recruitment!  CASA of Menominee County will again be holding a training this fall for advocates.  There are no previous work or education requirements of Volunteers, only a concern for children’s welfare, a big heart for those struggling, and good communication skills.  Please contact Andrea, program coordinator, at 715-923-7250, or email casa@new.rr.com for more information.

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May 1, 2017

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May 2017 Program Update

As of May 1, CASA of Menominee County has 8 volunteers advocating for 18 children in 10 cases.  Volunteers recently enjoyed a meeting with Menominee County Asst. Prosecutor Jeffrey Rogg, who reviewed court processes and made recommendations to help CASA effectiveness in the courtroom.  This month, Volunteers will hear from Mary Bauer, Great Start Collaborative […]

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April 21, 2017

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National Volunteer Week

In recognition of National Volunteer Week (April 23-30), CASA of Menominee County asks for your help in recognizing and appreciating those who volunteer their time, talent, and compassion for the children in our community under court jurisdiction due to abuse and/or neglect. Our Volunteers include our 9 CASAs and our Governing Board members.  Please take […]

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April 21, 2017

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April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month

Throughout the month of April, Michigan Court Appointed Special Advocates is calling on members of the community to help our program serve more of Michigan’s most vulnerable children. At any given time, there are 15,000 children in foster care in the state of Michigan. These children come into the child welfare system through no fault of […]

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