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News and Updates

Willow Construction offers Generous Gift
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We received a holiday visit today from Joe Buckley, who brought a generous gift from Willow Construction. This thoughtful donation is most appreciated and will help us shine a light of hope in the lives of local children.

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Honoring 2019 Volunteers
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On September 19, 2019, CASA of the Mid-Shore thanked the many Court Appointed Special Advocate volunteers from Talbot, Dorchester, Queen Anne’s and Kent Counties who stand against child abuse and take action by advocating for maltreated children. CASA’s Board of Directors, staff, local judges and magistrates, and many CASA volunteers gathered at Piazza Italian Market […]

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Robin Davenport Chats with WHCP Radio
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CASA of the Mid-Shore is a private, non-profit organization created to advocate for children who are under the protection of the circuit court because of abuse, neglect, abandonment, or their parents’ inability to safely care for them. Robin Davenport reports on CASA and describes the upcoming “Casablanca” themed fundraiser on Saturday, May 18th.

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New Court Appointed Special Advocates Sworn In
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After completing 40 hours of Pre-Service Training during October and November, our newest group of CASA volunteers participated in Swearing-in Ceremonies in three of the four Circuit Courts in our service region. The new CASA volunteers are Thomas Arnold, Carol Drummey, Brenda Fike, Lorna Leone, Karen McLaughlin, Katherine Nelson, and Jan Sondberg. On December 12, […]

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