GAINESVILLE - The Hall-Dawson Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program is seeking additional volunteers for its next training sessions. <br />
CASA is a nonprofit agency composed of volunteers who advocate for abused and neglected children. Officials say there is a dire need for volunteers in the area to assure that abused and neglected children in Hall and Dawson counties are represented by a trained advocate. <br />
Training begins Tuesday, February 4.<br />
For information on becoming a CASA, call the Hall-Dawson CASA office at 770-531-1964.<br />
The new Hall County Correctional Institute opened with a ceremonial ribbon cutting Friday by Warden Walt Davis, who touted his department's ability to bring the cost of the $7 million facility down nearly 50 percent.
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