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JUDGE PAUL CROWLEY welcomes new volunteers to the Columbia Gorge CASA, from left, Lisa Kidd, Norma Cordry, Zipporah Underhill, Rhonday Morrow, Crystal Dickenson and Michelle Mayfield. Contributed photo

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Columbia Gorge CASA Welcomes New Volunteers

HOOD RIVER — Columbia Gorge CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) recently welcomed its newest child advocates: Crystal Dickenson, Home Valley; Lisa Kidd and Michelle Mayfield, White Salmon; Rhonda Morrow, Fossil; Zipporah Underhill, The Dalles; and Norma Cordry, Hood River. They were sworn into duty by Circuit Judge Paul G. Crowley on March 20. These new advocates join a cadre of over 77,000 trained child advocates who serve more than 234,000 neglected and abused children nationwide.

March 28, 2014 11:45 a.m. read more..


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