Feature photo: CASA volunteers | VailDaily.com

Feature photo: CASA volunteers

Summit Daily/Mark FoxThis group of Summit, Park and Eagle County residents were recently sworn in by District Judge Terry Ruckriegle as CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) volunteers. They will serve as child advocates in dependency and neglect cases, thoroughly exploring each child's background and assess each situation and make objective recommendations to the court. Each CASA volunteer must undergo a background check, interview process and complete a thorough training program. Pictured from left is Robin Miller, Alison Mathes, Debi Coleman, Clayton Keller, Jeanine Keller, Shawna Lacewell, Judge Terry Ruckriegle, Laura Bennett, Marcia Carr, Amy Franklin, Tim Seeling and Adolph Gonzales.
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SUMMIT COUNTY “-A group of Summit, Park and Eagle County residents were recently sworn in by District Judge Terry Ruckriegle as CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) volunteers. They will serve as child advocates in dependency and neglect cases, exploring each child’s background and assess each situation and make objective recommendations to the court. Each CASA volunteer must undergo a background check, interview process and complete a thorough training program.


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