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Miller sworn in as local CASA volunteer


For The Sun-Telegraph

Kelsi Miller shakes hands with Cheyenne County Judge Randin Roland after being sworn in as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) volunteer.

Kelsi Miller was sworn in last week as a Court Appointed Special Advocate – or CASA – and will be paired with Cheyenne County children who have been abused or neglected.

She was sworn in by Cheyenne County Judge Randin Roland.

Miller's training includes topics such as child abuse, domestic violence, the court system and working

with a variety of entities. CASA volunteers are appointed by a judge and follow through on a case until it has been resolved. The CASA volunteer makes a commitment to act as a participant in legal proceedings and to provide the court with an independent recommend...

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