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Wednesday’s edition of the Seguin Gazette featured a story about the training and welcoming of eight new volunteers who will be helping some of Central Texas’ children.
CASA began as part of a national volunteer movement that got its start in 1977 when a judge in Seattle decided he needed to know more about the children whose lives were in his hands. He started using community volunteers — regular citizens — as a “voice in court” for abused and neglected children.
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