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The newest Capital City Court Appointed Special Advocate members pose for a photo after being sworn in by Judge John Beetem Thursday evening at the Cole County Courthouse. From center left: Judge Beetem, Rodrick Stewart, Susan Moore, Steve Burkes, Suzanne Richter, Pam Rich and Paula Nordstrom.

The newest Capital City Court Appointed Special Advocate members pose for a photo after being sworn in by Judge John Beetem Thursday evening at the Cole County Courthouse. From center left: Judge Beetem, Rodrick Stewart, Susan Moore, Steve Burkes, Suzanne Richter, Pam Rich and Paula Nordstrom.

More than 40 children have been touched by the hard work and dedication of 16 volunteers since the CASA program began in Cole County a year and a half ago.

On Thursday night, six more Court Appointed Special Advocates or CASA volunteers were added to that list, for a total of 22 CASA volunteers in Cole County.

CASA is an all-volunteer agency that works with the juvenile court and other juvenile agencies ....

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