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Run Crazy For CASA

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - The Court Appointed Special Advocates organization or CASA held their Fourth annual Run Crazy for Casa at the ASU Student Union.

    

The event raised money and awareness for abused and neglected children in the foster care system.

 

 "It happens every day in North East Arkansas and so to have the community come out and show support for casa to help raise money for us to train and recruit more volunteer advocates means a great deal for our program," said Jake Hampton, President of Board of Directors for CASA.

 

The money raised plans to go to go straight to CASA here in North East Arkansas.

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