CASA adds two volunteers


Gail Satterthwaite and Mary Quigley, pictured, have been sworn in as Clinton County CASA volunteers at an occasion attended by State Sen. Bob Peterson. Gail and Mary recently completed the pre-service training and are ready to advocate for abused or neglected children. Peterson thanked volunteers who were present for their commitment to helping the children of Clinton County. Peterson spoke of his support of Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s investment in programs for children as an investment in Ohio’s future. Clinton County Juvenile Court Judge Chad Carey, also pictured, addressed the group about the importance of the CASA program. After the ceremony a reception was held, hosted by Kim Vandervort, who is director of Clinton County CASA, and currently serving CASA volunteers Kathy Vincent, Barbara Glass, Lorry Swindler, Judy Johnston, Tarah Mongold, Diana Groves, Kenna Edwards and Kent Vandervort.

Gail Satterthwaite and Mary Quigley, pictured, have been sworn in as Clinton County CASA volunteers at an occasion attended by State Sen. Bob Peterson. Gail and Mary recently completed the pre-service training and are ready to advocate for abused or neglected children. Peterson thanked volunteers who were present for their commitment to helping the children of Clinton County. Peterson spoke of his support of Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s investment in programs for children as an investment in Ohio’s future. Clinton County Juvenile Court Judge Chad Carey, also pictured, addressed the group about the importance of the CASA program. After the ceremony a reception was held, hosted by Kim Vandervort, who is director of Clinton County CASA, and currently serving CASA volunteers Kathy Vincent, Barbara Glass, Lorry Swindler, Judy Johnston, Tarah Mongold, Diana Groves, Kenna Edwards and Kent Vandervort.


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Gail Satterthwaite and Mary Quigley, pictured, have been sworn in as Clinton County CASA volunteers at an occasion attended by State Sen. Bob Peterson. Gail and Mary recently completed the pre-service training and are ready to advocate for abused or neglected children. Peterson thanked volunteers who were present for their commitment to helping the children of Clinton County. Peterson spoke of his support of Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s investment in programs for children as an investment in Ohio’s future. Clinton County Juvenile Court Judge Chad Carey, also pictured, addressed the group about the importance of the CASA program. After the ceremony a reception was held, hosted by Kim Vandervort, who is director of Clinton County CASA, and currently serving CASA volunteers Kathy Vincent, Barbara Glass, Lorry Swindler, Judy Johnston, Tarah Mongold, Diana Groves, Kenna Edwards and Kent Vandervort.

Gail Satterthwaite and Mary Quigley, pictured, have been sworn in as Clinton County CASA volunteers at an occasion attended by State Sen. Bob Peterson. Gail and Mary recently completed the pre-service training and are ready to advocate for abused or neglected children. Peterson thanked volunteers who were present for their commitment to helping the children of Clinton County. Peterson spoke of his support of Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s investment in programs for children as an investment in Ohio’s future. Clinton County Juvenile Court Judge Chad Carey, also pictured, addressed the group about the importance of the CASA program. After the ceremony a reception was held, hosted by Kim Vandervort, who is director of Clinton County CASA, and currently serving CASA volunteers Kathy Vincent, Barbara Glass, Lorry Swindler, Judy Johnston, Tarah Mongold, Diana Groves, Kenna Edwards and Kent Vandervort.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/05/web1_Gail_Mary.jpgGail Satterthwaite and Mary Quigley, pictured, have been sworn in as Clinton County CASA volunteers at an occasion attended by State Sen. Bob Peterson. Gail and Mary recently completed the pre-service training and are ready to advocate for abused or neglected children. Peterson thanked volunteers who were present for their commitment to helping the children of Clinton County. Peterson spoke of his support of Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine’s investment in programs for children as an investment in Ohio’s future. Clinton County Juvenile Court Judge Chad Carey, also pictured, addressed the group about the importance of the CASA program. After the ceremony a reception was held, hosted by Kim Vandervort, who is director of Clinton County CASA, and currently serving CASA volunteers Kathy Vincent, Barbara Glass, Lorry Swindler, Judy Johnston, Tarah Mongold, Diana Groves, Kenna Edwards and Kent Vandervort. Courtesy photo