CASA to change to ONLINE Volunteer Training April 7th

CASA of Western Oklahoma is adapting to an online training class for new volunteers in the wake of COVID-19. Jackie Aaron stated that this is a wonderful opportunity for anyone interested in making a difference in the life of a child. We usually alternate our training sites so that people don’t have to drive as far for training, since we do cover 5 counties. This is an opportunity for anyone to train from anywhere. CASA has received a great response to this option already, and we are wishing to make something good come out of this stressful time. CASA (Court…

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Area Academic Meet

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