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CASA Highland Lakes Gains New Advocates
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 • Posted March 22, 2013

Judge Robert Hofmann, the associate judge assigned to the Texas Child Protection Court of the Hill Country, conducted a swearing-in of five new CASA for the Highland Lakes Advocates on February 26, 2013. Attending the swearing-in were: Board Member and Advocate Carol Leighton, Board Member Jeffrey Bartz, Advocate Coordinator Galyn Woerner, Dana Keller, Bill Piotrowski, Board President and Advocate Kathy Kasparek, Robbie Hawkins, Amy Masuda, Judge Rob Hofmann, Executive Director Sue Thornton, and Board Member Becky Robinson.

All of the new CASAs have accepted cases and are advocating on behalf of abused and neglected children in the five counties we serve. Our next training class will be held in Lampasas in April 2013. For more information contact (325) 388-3440 or .

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