|To the Editor: Support for CASA walk helps advocate for children in need|
|Written by Phil Walton|
|Wednesday, 29 May 2013 09:07|
On May 18 we held our fourth annual Karen Swartz Memorial Walk for CASA at Woodlands Park. I am writing to express our thanks for the continued community support.
The Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program advocates for Wood County children adjudged neglected, abused or dependent. These children find themselves in circumstances not of their own making or choice. Your support permits them a voice and the best chance to move forward.
On behalf of all of our board members, the CASA volunteers and the children served, thanks so much for caring.
Phil Walton, President
Friends of Wood County CASA Board
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