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Field Notes

Student Mural Brightens Office 
CASA of Mercer County,
Ewing, NJ

Bowling Fundraiser Strikes
CASA of Larimer County,
Fort Collins, CO

20-Year Volunteer Retires 
CASA of Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court,
Harvey, LA
Nashville Director Wins Award 
CASA, Inc. of Nashville/ Davidson County, TN
Luggage Benefits Children in NM
CASA of Lea County,
Hobbs, NM
Alexandria Volunteer of the Year
Alexandria/Arlington County CASA Program,
Alexandria, VA
Sand Sculptures Benefit Kids
CASA of Grant County, Inc., Marion, IN
Extreme Makeover CASA Style
CASA of Pueblo, CO

Art Students Use Talent to Brighten New CASA Office with Mural

CASA of Mercer County, Ewing, NJ

A group of art students from the Pennington School in Pennington, NJ, gave freely of their time and talents in May, benefiting the new offices of CASA of Mercer County in nearby Ewing. Working from a design created by student Erin Kim, about a dozen youth helped complete an 8’ x 12’ mural in the front lobby of the program’s offices. Much of the initial work was performed by Kim, with assistance from a number of other students including Victoria Albert, a CASA intern for the month of May, as well as Pennington School art teacher Caroline Hall. Randall Kirkpatrick, the program’s director of community development, remarked, “Great job by an inspired, creative, hard-working group!” 


Posing in front of a portion of the child-friendly mural are (from left) students Jennifer Osolinski, Hye Lin (Erin) Kim, Victoria Albert and Emily Seymour. 

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