First Training of 2017 Graduates 15 Advocates

January class main photo15 New Hampshire locals chose to begin their 2017 by becoming CASA volunteers in January. With a strong need for child advocates in the state, these individuals are prepared to give a voice to the victimized children in their communities. Each advocate finished 40 hours of training to prepare them to be Gaurdian Ad Litems (GALs) in their local courts. Their time and dedication to New Hampshire’s abused and neglected children will make a lasting impact. Thank you advocates, and congratulations!

Pictured are: Karen Stetson of Merrimack, Diane Macon of Goffstown, Gena Cohen Moses of Concord, Charlotte Gray of Milford, Mary “Emmy”  Wyatt of Bedford, Marcia Levesque of Manchester, Isabelle Bryan of Amherst, Patty Hicks of Manchester, Kris McMorrow of Milford, Ken Cooper of Manchester, Jenna Ropecka of Hollis, Doreen Carson of Laconia, JoAnn Kaplan of Nashua, Lynne Hartnett of Dunbarton and Jon May of Amherst.