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CASA of Marshall County Receives National Certification

June 17, 2014
CASA of Marshall County Receives National Certification

CASA of Marshall County has just been awarded certification by the National Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Association. This certification recognizes that CASA of Marshall County is in compliance with National CASA’s high standards for quality child advocacy. According to Michael Piraino, CEO of the National CASA Association, “The National CASA quality assurance process...
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CASA of Marshall County Suggests ways to Help Children

June 16, 2014
CASA of Marshall County Suggests ways to Help Children

Monday, June 16th kicks off the start of the 18th annual “RoofSit” at Martin’s Supermarkets by U93 and Haley Kittrell, executive director of CASA of Marshall County said, “this is a good week for raising public awareness and funding to programs that help work with children who have been identified as abused or neglected...
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8 News CASA Volunteers Sworn In

November 4, 2013
8 News CASA Volunteers Sworn In

  11/05/12 On Friday, November 1st eight new CASA volunteers were sworn in at the Marshall County Circuit Court with the Honorable Judge Curtis D. Palmer.  Pictured are (front): Haley Kittrell (CASA Director), Stephanie Burkus, Jennifer Brown, Lisa Rizek, and Bonnie Salyer.  (Back): Gary Burkett, Tracy Lynn, Allison Kara, Rhonda Kinney and the Honorable...
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CASA of Marshall County Honors Volunteer Stuart Krynock

September 17, 2013
CASA of Marshall County Honors Volunteer Stuart Krynock

  09/18/13 Haley Kittrell, Executive Director CASA of Marshall County recognized one of her outstanding volunteer, Stuart Krynock, who was sworn in during the last training session in April of 2013.  Kittrell said, “He is currently advocating on his first case, and he attended the State CASA Conference with me this past weekend.”   ...
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Kruger Honored by IN Retired Teachers Assoc.

June 26, 2013
Kruger Honored by IN Retired Teachers Assoc.

  06/27/13 An award recently presented at the Indiana Retired Teachers Association (IRTA) Annual Representatives Assembly went to one of our local CASA volunteers, Melody Kruger. In order to be honored with this award, the volunteer must be an exceptional CASA volunteer and be a member of the Indiana Retired Teachers Association. Several years...
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CASA Adds 3 New Advocates

April 29, 2013
CASA Adds 3 New Advocates

     04/30/13 Haley Kittrell, Executive Director of CASA of Marshall County announced her first training course for new volunteers. Three new advocates were sworn in on Friday, April 26th in Marshall County Circuit Court with the Honorable Curtis D. Palmer.  Judge Palmer encouraged the volunteers to be his “eyes and his ears” and...
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CASA Director

March 15, 2013
CASA Director

  03/18/13 Haley Kittrell, the new Director of CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Marshall County recently traveled to Indianapolis to join over 300 CASA volunteers and directors from all over the state for a CASA Rally at the Statehouse.  Kittrell took CASA volunteers Aimee Ellinger and Jordan McIntire to the event with her. ...
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New CASA Director Introduced at Commissioners Meeting

January 7, 2013
New CASA Director Introduced at Commissioners Meeting

  01/08/13 Monday morning the county commissioners were introduced to the executive Director of the local CASA program. Melody Kruder, former director said in her 33 plus years in education she became increasingly aware of challengers students were facing; students who came to school with unexplained marks and bruises, stories of domestic violence, kids...
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CASA Continues to Help Children in Marshall County

April 5, 2011
CASA Continues to Help Children in Marshall County

04/06/11 Melody Kruger, Director of Marshall County CASA was at the Commissioner’s meeting Monday to update them on her office.  She said, “Here in Marshall County the need for advocating for the abused and neglected children continues.  At the end of February there were 85 children right here in Marshall County who had been...
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