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10th Annual CASA Snow Fest
CASA of New Hampshire 
YPBG Bachelor Bash Fundraiser Auction for CASA
CASA of South Central Kentucky, Bowling Green, KY
Singing for a Change
Polk County CASA,
Dallas, OR
Kern County CASA's Largest Class Ever is Sworn In
Bakersfield, CA
Magic Show Benefits CASA Program
Vanderburgh County CASA, Evansville, IN
Anniversary/CASA Month
CASA of Central Texas

10th Annual CASA Snow Fest

CASA of New Hampshire

Loon Mountain and CASA of New Hampshire celebrated their 10-year partnership with a return to snow golf. Loon transformed its Blue Ox trail into a 9-hole golf course, where participants skied, snowboarded or snowshoed the course. Prizes were awarded for “closest to the pin” and “longest drive.” Loon first hosted a snow golf event in 2000 as part of the inaugural CASA Snow Fest winter fundraiser. Since then, Snow Fest has raised nearly $115,000 through team and individual sponsorships as well as raffle ticket purchases. The Common Man Restaurant catered a lunch fit for hungry skiers. Loon also opened the mountain to CASA volunteers and their families for a cost-free day of skiing, snowboarding and tubing. “Over the years, the event has taken on different looks, but the mission, purpose and spirit have never changed,” said CASA President and CEO Marcia Sink. “The funds we have raised have helped CASA serve more of the state’s children who need a strong advocate by their side.”

The winning golf team (Courtesy of Greg West Photography)





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