CASA Volunteer Training Begins January 11th in Elk City

CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) volunteers are concerned citizens who are trained to be the eyes and ears of the juvenile court judge. These everyday heroes interview the children, their families and anyone who has information regarding the family. They read and study all reports pertaining to the families. Then they report their findings to the court, make recommendations concerning the best interest of these children who have been abused and/or neglected. CASA of Western Oklahoma is the voice for deprived children in Custer, Washita, Beckham, Roger Mills, and Dewey counties. Executive Director, Jackie Aaron, stated that in 2020 72…

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Weekly Winner

Elliott Bailey was the Minnie R. Slief Library first weekly winner for logging her reading time on the Beanstack App. She is the daughter of

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