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May 2, 2013

For CASA, a dollar can make a difference

Non-profit dealing with child abuse and CPS cases launches fundraiser asking each citizen in Parker, Palo Pinto counties to send one dollar.


Moss said there are several ways for those wishing to donate. An account has been set up at First Financial Bank to handle donations. People can also come by the Parker County CASA office at 701 Palo Pinto St., Suite 701F, (in the Brookshires/Bealls shopping center across from Center of Hope) or the CASA office in Mineral Wells at 206 N.W. 2nd St. Donations can also be mailed to either of the above addresses.

Moss said fliers will also be presented by hand to area businesses in the hope they will match employee donations. For more information, visit the Parker County CASA website at

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