Tri-County CASA’s annual Holiday Fashion Gala will be held Saturday, November 10. Danielle Denison will be the keynote speaker for the evening. Danielle is a wife, mother, employee, co-youth pastor with her husband and a survivor. She was once a ward of the state but has overcome all odds and in her words: “now chooses to share her story in hopes of giving others a ray of light”. Danielle grew up with an unstable childhood and spent her teenage years in a group home in Ludowici.
Statistically speaking, Danielle Denison isn’t supposed to be where she is today. Her life is not the expected outcome for a foster child. Tri-County CASA invites you to come hear the rest of the story Saturday, November 10.
Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. at the Baxley First United Methodist Church Family Life Center. Highlights of the evening will include a plated catered dinner; fashions for men, women and children from All About Her, Frills, Jada’s, Threads of Baxley, Sellers Feed and Seed, Bella’s Boutique, Sandy’s, and Threads on Mulberry; and both a silent and live auction. Special music will be provided by Danny Smith and Friends, Hannah Reeves and Ethan Hutchison.
Tri-County (CASA) Court Appointed Special Advocates is a non-profit organization that recruits, screens, trains and supervises volunteers to provide individualized advocacy for children involved in juvenile court due to abuse and /or neglect. CASA volunteers serve as a voice in court for children.
Tri-County CASA serves Appling, Jeff Davis, and Wayne counties to ensure that abused children do not get lost in the system and that they have the safe home they deserve as quickly as possible. CASA’s research aids judges in making better informed decisions for these children.
For more information on Tri-County Court Appointed Special Advocates, Inc. or to purchase tickets for the Holiday Fashion Gala, please contact Denise Graham, Executive Director at 367-0064 or contact one of the co-chairs: Dorothy Miles or Keith Miles.