The CASA Blog2022-03-25T03:46:00+00:00

Meet Our Advocate, Linda Rowton

April 16, 2021|

Meet our advocate, Linda! Linda is originally from Statesboro, Georgia, but she moved to Polk County in 2008 upon her retirement. Linda was previously an adult educator of Business Marketing at Ogeechee Technical School before moving onto become the Coordinator of Educational Affairs in the Dean’s office at Georgia Southern University. She then served as an office administrator at her [...]

CASA and The Small Biz Give

April 6, 2021|

CASA is incredibly honored to be the April recipient of the Small Biz Give! Carroll Printing Company, Terra Running Company, and Cleveland Coffee & Market have joined forces to create a new program that will donate proceeds from their “Small Biz's” each month to local area nonprofits. The Small Biz Give is geared toward giving back to organizations in the [...]

Meet Our New Advocate Supervisors

March 1, 2021|

Meet our new Advocate Supervisors, Becca and Ashley Kaye! Becca Fugate is our new Bradley County Advocate Supervisor. She is originally from Southern Georgia, but she has lived in the Bradley County area for the past nine years with her husband, with whom she has two children. Becca graduated from Lee University in the spring of 2020 with a degree [...]

Five New Court Appointed Special Advocates Are Sworn-In

February 16, 2021|

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Bradley and Polk Counties added five new volunteer advocates during a recent swear-in ceremony conducted by Judge Ashley Ivey. Those sworn-in included: Gina Bell, Vera Dorman, Paulina Everett, Kathy Fickley, and Christy McGrew. These volunteers will now go on to advocate for a child that is involved in our local court system due to [...]



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