HOLBROOK  — Last weekend, the Court Appointed Special Advocate program, CASA of Navajo County, hosted a Volunteer Appreciation Dinner to acknowledge the commitment and dedication of the program’s child advocates. Volunteers joined together at Celebrations of Generations in Snowflake, where they enjoyed dinner, entertainment by a barbershop quartet and a celebratory cake designed specifically for the CASA program.

“Our CASA volunteers work tirelessly to protect and advocate for the children in our community,” said Kirk Grugel, program coordinator for CASA of Navajo County. “This is the first time in many years that we have been able to acknowledge and celebrate their efforts, and that is because of the generosity of our community partners. We are so grateful to Jill Tinkel from State Farm Insurance, Navajo County Friends of CASA and the Arizona Lottery for their incredible support in making this event possible.”

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