Sue Andersson has been selected as the 2012 CASA Glynn Advocate of the Year. Sue has been a child advocate for CASA Glynn since 2007 and through her volunteer work has served both Glynn County children, as well as children from other counties in the state. Her dedication and perseverance have enabled these children to have a voice in the “system,” while they await safety and permanence in a world of circumstances they did not elect to have and that they have no control over. “Each child needs me,” Sue states, and she has made it her mission to make a difference in the lives of children. Sue is committed to the mission and goals of CASA Glynn.
Seven new CASA Glynn volunteers were sworn in on November 1, 2011. Pictured with Juvenile Court Judge George Rountree are (L to R): Gayle Brady, Sarah Clements, Kathleen Deason, Cary Greenfield, Lorena Jenkins, Belinda Mainor, and Pamela Voss
Pat Guilfoil was also recently sworn in as a volunteer for CASA Glynn.
Harley Davidson recently hosted the Third Annual Chili Cook-off to benefit CASA Glynn. Pictured Left to Right are Bootie Wood, Teresa Massad (Harley Davidson), Malinda Morton and Lynda Tye
We are so grateful to have sworn in such a large, kind, and compassionate group of CASA Volunteers tonight at Juvenile Court. Amazing group!