CASA of Liberty/Chambers Counties
1st Annual Chambers Superhero Fun run
CASA Super Hero Kid’s 1 K / 5K Fun Run
May 20, 2017
Mont Belvieu City Park
10900 Eagle Dr.
Mont Belvieu, Texas 77523
Every Child Needs a Hero In Their Life But a CASA Child Needs A SuperHero
The CASA Super Hero Fun Run is a family friendly event designed to raise awareness and funds for the fight against child abuse. Get your super hero costume ready! Wear your cape, mask or t-shirt and come support CASA Liberty/Chambers County. Show abused and neglected children that you care. Become a CASA Volunteer and let your super powers shine!
CASA of Liberty/Chambers Counties advocates for the best interests of children in the foster court system, through the training and support of community volunteers.
If you are interested in helping CASA or becoming a volunteer please contact: Debbie Dugger, Executive Director 936-334-9000, email@example.com
Local Chili’s Supports CASA of Liberty Chamber Counties
On Monday, September 12, 2016
Located at : 2125 Highway 146 Bypass, Liberty, TX 77575
Hours of Operation: Monday10:45AM–10PM
Go anytime Take Family, Friends, Coworkers
Enjoy a Great Meal
Ask the waiter to write CASA on the bill and a percentage of the total will go to CASA of Liberty Chamber Counties
Chili’s also provides lunch for the CASA training classes and staff at least once a month.
A Big Thank You to Chili’s For Their Support
Every child needs a hero in their life, but a CASA child needs a SuperHERO.
Thanksgiving Celebration Dinner November 2, 2015
This event is our opportunity to say THANK YOU to our Advocate Volunteers.
Good Food Good People Good Fellowship
CASA RECOGNIZES JOHN OTTO WITH AN AWARD
Award Ceremony in Liberty
Representative John Otto was recognized by CASA of Liberty/Chambers Counties Wednesday, Sept. 2, with their Big Voice for Little Texans award, in honor of his selfless service and dedication to the organization.
The informal event was held at the Geraldine Humphries Cultural Center, located at 1710 Sam Houston Street in Liberty.
Texas CASA CEO Vicki Spriggs was introduced, acknowledging the CASA staff and volunteers, as well as Representative Otto’s history and dedication with the organization, before introducing Otto. The State Representative was quoted as saying, “In my opinion, this organization is the best public, private organization I have ever seen function in this state. That’s important, because what it means is people from the community are involved, and if you want to see things get done, don’t just trust it to the state … the real work goes on here, with these board members, the volunteers. That’s what’s so important.”
For full article, Click Here CASA Recognizes John Otto – The Vindicator