Six New Advocates Sworn In!

February 26th, 2019 CASA of Cecil County has welcomed six new advocates to the organization. These individuals completed 30 hours of classroom training and two to three hours of court observation, the six volunteers officially will be able to help their assigned abused or neglected children in foster care.  In […]

Volunteer Spotlight: Annmarie Hamilton, CASA of Cecil County

The CASA Quarterly Volunteer Spotlight shines down on Annmarie Hamilton this winter. The Executive Director of the Cecil County Arts Council and self-proclaimed animal lover is by no way new to volunteering. Prior to CASA, Annmarie volunteered with the Special Olympics, Habitat for Humanity, and animal rescues. Annmarie became interested […]

Family, children changed by work of CASA

By Katie Tabeling ktabeling@cecilwhig.com  Nov 23, 2018 Photo Caption: Derek and Margaret Smith have been foster parents for adecade, and have hosted 33 foster children. They have six children, four ofwhich were adopted. Photo Courtesy Margaret Smith Cecil Whig: https://www.cecildaily.com/news/local_news/family-children-changed-by-work-of-casa/article_39db1d43-7a35-5a5b-b43a-5a08d881d4e0.html ELKTON — Deanna Speir, a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), […]

CASA Welcomes Six New Advocates on 11-19-18!

Six more Cecil County residents have joined the ranks of volunteers helping abused and neglected children in this county, having met their training requirements under the local Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program. In a brief courtroom ceremony, Cecil County Circuit Court Judge Jane Cairns Murray recently swore in six […]