DANVILLE — CASA is offering the 30-hour child advocacy pre-service course for Court Appointed Special Advocates. Once volunteers complete training, they can volunteer with a case to advocate for the best interest of a child. Training starts Thursday with classes from 5-8 p.m. each Thursday evening through Oct. 10 in the Danville Township Building, 101 W. North St. Call the CASA office at 446-5975 for more information.
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