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CASA colors "Sweet Cases"

 

Amanda Tafolla-Sutton / Sun-Telegraph

Volunteers place Together We Rise logo stickers of stitched together teddy bears onto blue canvas duffel bags called "Sweet Cases" at the Cheyenne County CASA office Thursday. The Bags will be given to youth who have been removed from their homes. From left: Emma Bertrand, Lily Bowcut and Janea Darveau.

Cheyenne County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) are always looking for ways to make the transitions that occur in their line of work a little smoother.

Pairing up with non-profit organization Together We Rise (TWR), Cheyenne County CASA Director Rose Bowcut recently just that opportunity.

There are times when situations arise and children have to be removed from their homes, Bowcut said. Often times the children do not have a lot of time to collect their things or a bag to put them in, often using just a trash bag to carry everything.

That's where sweet cases comes in. Sweet case...



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