CASA taking orders for holiday wreaths


The Northern Neck Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program recently launched its annual Christmas wreath sale.

“These Christmas wreaths are being sold as a fundraiser to enable CASA to conduct our work with children in the Northern Neck,” said director Betty Wirth. “Proceeds go directly into the extensive training an advocate must complete in order to fulfill CASA’s mission of looking out for the best interests of abused and neglected children as well as children in need of services or supervision.”

The Fraser fir wreaths are 22 inches in diameter and are pre-sold for $25 each…



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