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CASA welcomes 5 new volunteers to help children find safe, loving homes

CASA of the Continental Divide recently welcomed five new volunteers. The group was sworn in by 5th District judge Cathy Cheroutes, who's standing in the middle. From left, the new volunteers are Karen Kaminiski, Nicole Merges, Wendel Einholz, Lee Ann Cox and Elaine Lewers.
Courtesy of CASA of the Continental Divide

CASA of the Continental Divide announced that five new volunteers have recently joined the group.

CASA of the Continental Divide is a nonprofit that trains and supervises volunteers who represent the best interests of victims of child abuse, neglect and severe domestic conflict in the Fifth Judicial District of Colorado.

CASA volunteers are appointed by the court to advocate for these children and help them find safe, loving homes where they can thrive.

The five volunteers were recently sworn in Georgetown by Fifth Judicial District judge Cathy Cheroutes. They are Karen Kaminiski, Nicole Merges, Wendel Einholz, Lee Ann Cox and Elaine Lewers.


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