Sherri Rosser
Piedmont CASA Supervisor, Louisa County
I am so proud of our CASA Volunteers.  We have new cases where the Volunteer has only had phone/text contact with their assigned child due to sheltering in place. I was totally prepared to cut them some slack in regards to the Court Report, but no need. They continue to produce quality work and their efforts are reflected in the reports. I recently attended a hearing where the Volunteer had made seven recommendations. The GAL told the judge that her recommendations were "spot-on"!  The judge then proceeded to address all seven through her ruling and court orders. This child had her voice heard loud and clear in that courtroom.  
Because when we build strong children, we build a strong community.

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