5 CASA advocates sworn in


Here are the newest CASA (Court-Appointed Special Advocates for children) volunteers in Clinton County. Clockwise from left are Laura McGuire, Tarah Mongold, Mary Conger, Beverly Drapalik, Jeff Drapalik and administering the oath is Clinton County Juvenile Court Judge Chad L. Carey. These CASA volunteers are community members who completed a 30-hour pre-service training and also observed Juvenile Court hearings to prepare for serving as advocates of children who have come to the attention of the court due to allegations they were abused or neglected. The CASA training space is provided by SFM Insurance. Attending the ceremony were 10 current CASA volunteers: Diana Groves, Elizabeth Biggane, Kathy Vincent, Barbara Glass, Angela Mitchell-Koster, Kent Vandervort, Lorry Swindler, Tonia Farley, Judy Johnston and Kenna Edwards. Unable to attend was CASA volunteer Debra Moore. Community members interested in serving as a CASA volunteer can call the director, Kim Vandervort, at 937-383-1137. The next training class will begin in September 2018.

Here are the newest CASA (Court-Appointed Special Advocates for children) volunteers in Clinton County. Clockwise from left are Laura McGuire, Tarah Mongold, Mary Conger, Beverly Drapalik, Jeff Drapalik and administering the oath is Clinton County Juvenile Court Judge Chad L. Carey. These CASA volunteers are community members who completed a 30-hour pre-service training and also observed Juvenile Court hearings to prepare for serving as advocates of children who have come to the attention of the court due to allegations they were abused or neglected. The CASA training space is provided by SFM Insurance. Attending the ceremony were 10 current CASA volunteers: Diana Groves, Elizabeth Biggane, Kathy Vincent, Barbara Glass, Angela Mitchell-Koster, Kent Vandervort, Lorry Swindler, Tonia Farley, Judy Johnston and Kenna Edwards. Unable to attend was CASA volunteer Debra Moore. Community members interested in serving as a CASA volunteer can call the director, Kim Vandervort, at 937-383-1137. The next training class will begin in September 2018.


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Here are the newest CASA (Court-Appointed Special Advocates for children) volunteers in Clinton County. Clockwise from left are Laura McGuire, Tarah Mongold, Mary Conger, Beverly Drapalik, Jeff Drapalik and administering the oath is Clinton County Juvenile Court Judge Chad L. Carey. These CASA volunteers are community members who completed a 30-hour pre-service training and also observed Juvenile Court hearings to prepare for serving as advocates of children who have come to the attention of the court due to allegations they were abused or neglected. The CASA training space is provided by SFM Insurance. Attending the ceremony were 10 current CASA volunteers: Diana Groves, Elizabeth Biggane, Kathy Vincent, Barbara Glass, Angela Mitchell-Koster, Kent Vandervort, Lorry Swindler, Tonia Farley, Judy Johnston and Kenna Edwards. Unable to attend was CASA volunteer Debra Moore. Community members interested in serving as a CASA volunteer can call the director, Kim Vandervort, at 937-383-1137. The next training class will begin in September 2018.

Here are the newest CASA (Court-Appointed Special Advocates for children) volunteers in Clinton County. Clockwise from left are Laura McGuire, Tarah Mongold, Mary Conger, Beverly Drapalik, Jeff Drapalik and administering the oath is Clinton County Juvenile Court Judge Chad L. Carey. These CASA volunteers are community members who completed a 30-hour pre-service training and also observed Juvenile Court hearings to prepare for serving as advocates of children who have come to the attention of the court due to allegations they were abused or neglected. The CASA training space is provided by SFM Insurance. Attending the ceremony were 10 current CASA volunteers: Diana Groves, Elizabeth Biggane, Kathy Vincent, Barbara Glass, Angela Mitchell-Koster, Kent Vandervort, Lorry Swindler, Tonia Farley, Judy Johnston and Kenna Edwards. Unable to attend was CASA volunteer Debra Moore. Community members interested in serving as a CASA volunteer can call the director, Kim Vandervort, at 937-383-1137. The next training class will begin in September 2018.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/04/web1_casa_spring.jpgHere are the newest CASA (Court-Appointed Special Advocates for children) volunteers in Clinton County. Clockwise from left are Laura McGuire, Tarah Mongold, Mary Conger, Beverly Drapalik, Jeff Drapalik and administering the oath is Clinton County Juvenile Court Judge Chad L. Carey. These CASA volunteers are community members who completed a 30-hour pre-service training and also observed Juvenile Court hearings to prepare for serving as advocates of children who have come to the attention of the court due to allegations they were abused or neglected. The CASA training space is provided by SFM Insurance. Attending the ceremony were 10 current CASA volunteers: Diana Groves, Elizabeth Biggane, Kathy Vincent, Barbara Glass, Angela Mitchell-Koster, Kent Vandervort, Lorry Swindler, Tonia Farley, Judy Johnston and Kenna Edwards. Unable to attend was CASA volunteer Debra Moore. Community members interested in serving as a CASA volunteer can call the director, Kim Vandervort, at 937-383-1137. The next training class will begin in September 2018. Courtesy photo