Greeneville Sun: April 12, 2017
“The pinwheel,” McLaughlin noted, “has become a symbol of child abuse prevention throughout our nation. Pinwheels represent a happy, carefree childhood that every child deserves.” Read the Greeneville Sun’s article on CASA’s involvement in Pinwheels for Prevention here. You can also read the Johnson City Press’s coverage of this event here.
WJHL: May 22, 2017
CASA of Northeast Tennessee is hosting their 12th annual golf tournament at the Blackthorn Club at the Ridges on August 21, 2017. The event will feature a 2 and 4-person scramble with flights at 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. CASA of Northeast Tennessee will also be hosting a Sunday evening Par-Tee on August 20, 2017 with live music, food, and door prizes. To learn more about these events, check out this interview of our executive director, Whitney McLaughlin.
Daytime TriCities: April 12, 2016
This month is National Child Abuse Awareness month, a time to take action, take a stand, and get involved! Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) is currently looking for volunteers. CASA has children on a waiting list, and Leslie Dalton is here to tell us about this unique opportunity.
Greeneville Sun: April 7, 2015
During the brief ceremony, Greeneville Mayor W.T. Daniels and Greene County Mayor David Crum read and signed a proclamation naming April as Child Abuse Prevention Month throughout the community. CAC Executive Director Deana Hicks and CASA Executive Director Leslie Dalton urged the public to be active in supporting efforts that support families in raising children in a safe environment.