CASA volunteers sworn in


Four community volunteers were sworn in as Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) by Clinton County Juvenile Court Judge Chad L. Carey on Wednesday, Sept. 27. The volunteers completed 30 hours of pre-service training with Kim Vandervort, director of the Clinton County CASA program. The CASA volunteers will provide invaluable fact-based information and a recommendation to the judge regarding the child’s best interest, Vandervort said. From left are Kenna Edwards, Judy Johnston, Tonia Farley and Lorry Swindler. Carey expressed the great work of the seven CASA volunteers who have been serving children over the past year. Five volunteers were present at the ceremony: Kent Vandervort, Diana Grove, Kathy Vincent, Elizabeth Biggane and Barb Glass. If interested in serving as a Court Appointed Special Advocate, please contact the director, Kim Vandervort, at 937-383-1137.

Four community volunteers were sworn in as Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) by Clinton County Juvenile Court Judge Chad L. Carey on Wednesday, Sept. 27. The volunteers completed 30 hours of pre-service training with Kim Vandervort, director of the Clinton County CASA program. The CASA volunteers will provide invaluable fact-based information and a recommendation to the judge regarding the child’s best interest, Vandervort said. From left are Kenna Edwards, Judy Johnston, Tonia Farley and Lorry Swindler. Carey expressed the great work of the seven CASA volunteers who have been serving children over the past year. Five volunteers were present at the ceremony: Kent Vandervort, Diana Grove, Kathy Vincent, Elizabeth Biggane and Barb Glass. If interested in serving as a Court Appointed Special Advocate, please contact the director, Kim Vandervort, at 937-383-1137.


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Four community volunteers were sworn in as Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) by Clinton County Juvenile Court Judge Chad L. Carey on Wednesday, Sept. 27. The volunteers completed 30 hours of pre-service training with Kim Vandervort, director of the Clinton County CASA program. The CASA volunteers will provide invaluable fact-based information and a recommendation to the judge regarding the child’s best interest, Vandervort said. From left are Kenna Edwards, Judy Johnston, Tonia Farley and Lorry Swindler. Carey expressed the great work of the seven CASA volunteers who have been serving children over the past year. Five volunteers were present at the ceremony: Kent Vandervort, Diana Grove, Kathy Vincent, Elizabeth Biggane and Barb Glass. If interested in serving as a Court Appointed Special Advocate, please contact the director, Kim Vandervort, at 937-383-1137.

Four community volunteers were sworn in as Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) by Clinton County Juvenile Court Judge Chad L. Carey on Wednesday, Sept. 27. The volunteers completed 30 hours of pre-service training with Kim Vandervort, director of the Clinton County CASA program. The CASA volunteers will provide invaluable fact-based information and a recommendation to the judge regarding the child’s best interest, Vandervort said. From left are Kenna Edwards, Judy Johnston, Tonia Farley and Lorry Swindler. Carey expressed the great work of the seven CASA volunteers who have been serving children over the past year. Five volunteers were present at the ceremony: Kent Vandervort, Diana Grove, Kathy Vincent, Elizabeth Biggane and Barb Glass. If interested in serving as a Court Appointed Special Advocate, please contact the director, Kim Vandervort, at 937-383-1137.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/09/web1_casa_p_f.jpgFour community volunteers were sworn in as Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) by Clinton County Juvenile Court Judge Chad L. Carey on Wednesday, Sept. 27. The volunteers completed 30 hours of pre-service training with Kim Vandervort, director of the Clinton County CASA program. The CASA volunteers will provide invaluable fact-based information and a recommendation to the judge regarding the child’s best interest, Vandervort said. From left are Kenna Edwards, Judy Johnston, Tonia Farley and Lorry Swindler. Carey expressed the great work of the seven CASA volunteers who have been serving children over the past year. Five volunteers were present at the ceremony: Kent Vandervort, Diana Grove, Kathy Vincent, Elizabeth Biggane and Barb Glass. If interested in serving as a Court Appointed Special Advocate, please contact the director, Kim Vandervort, at 937-383-1137. Courtesy photo