Congratulations to the 14 new CASA advocates who have just completed their training in Keene. We look forward to supporting them as they begin their critical work as volunteer advocates for New Hampshire’s children. This was the last training class of the year and several of these new advocates are already off and running on their first cases.
Interested in becoming a volunteer advocate for CASA? The next training will begin on Jan. 11 in Nashua. Learn more about volunteering for CASA or sign up to become an advocate today. View our upcoming training schedule to find the session closest to you.
Front row, from left: Sally Carruth of Newport, Candy Wolfe of Manchester, Jill Gormley of Sandown, and Connie Sampson of Hillsborough.
From left around the perimeter: Ed Bourassa of Keene, George Caccavaro, Jr., of Claremont, Steve Wilder of Fitzwilliam, Charlie Gibson of Marlborough, Michael Abbott of Hinsdale, Melanie Chicoine of Amherst, Sterling Abram of Dublin, Peter Rooney of Keene, Jessica Shanor of Warner, and Susan Finnegan of Westmoreland.