Clatsop CASA Program, Inc.
|Clatsop CASA Program, Inc.
818 Commercial St., Suite 401 Post Office Box 514 Astoria, OR 97103
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|CASA: A child's
voice in court...
Because alone in the
system is no place for a
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|Less than three weeks ago, Jody Heverly,
Camille Holland, Julia Mabry and Laura Sarin
were sworn-in by Judge Paula Brownhill and
we already have cases assigned to them. We
still have many children waiting for a CASA.
Call today about our next training course!
|Congratulations to our newest CASA
Jody, Camille, Julia and Laura
|New Family Finding Program
Starts with Training
||Music for Children and Families
||Clatsop CASA is very pleased to be a sponsor of KMUN's live
broadcast of two Classics4Kids concerts being presented as
part of the Astoria Music Festival. On June 21, Nancy
Montgomery and friends will tell the story of Babar the Elephant
in "Uncle Cary's Music Circus". The "Troll Radio Review &
Opera for Families" on June 28 will feature the Troll (of course!)
Stinky Toadwort, Troll Radio Theater, and Music Festival
Apprentice Opera Stars. Both events will be held at the CCC
Performing Arts Center and start at 11:00. Admission is free
but if you can't attend, make sure you listen on KMUN- Coast
Our new Family Finding Program,
which uses trained volunteers to locate
and contact extended family members of
foster children, got off to a good start on
June 6 with a training session conducted
by Caitlin Baird from A Family for Every
Child. The core belief for the Family
Finding model is that every child has a
family - we just need to find them. If
investigating family history sounds fun to
you, contact Lauren at Clatsop CASA for
information on how to volunteer.