Frontier CASA Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) trained volunteers whose role is to advocate for the best interests of abused and neglected children in the Gilliam and Wheeler Counties Juvenile Court system.
Two more Advocates Join Frontier CASA
Judge Morley swears in Shelly Hankins and Linda Philbrick, May 2019.
April 2019 - Three New CASA Volunteers Sworn In
On April 10, 2019, at the Wheeler County Courthouse, Judge Morley swears in three of our newest volunteers. Thank you Jonna Rattray, Anne Mitchell and Kristen Neuburger. Congratulations!
Spring 2019 CASA Volunteers
Judge Morley, CASA Kristen Neuburger, Executive Director Candy Humphreys, CASA Anne Mitchell, and CASA Jonna Rattray.
Two more CASA volunteers join Frontier CASA.
August 2018 Wheeler County Judge Morley swears in new CASA volunteers, Suzette Greear and Eloise Mortimore.
Another CASA volunteer is sworn in
Vicki Winters is sworn in as a CASA volunteer by Judge Shaffer in Gilliam County.
CASA Swearing In
Linda Donnelly and Julie Knox are sworn in as CASA volunteers on Thursday, October 12, 2017, by Steven D. Shaffer, Gilliam County Juvenile Court Judge, at the Gilliam County Courthouse.
New CASA Spring 2020
John is one of our new advocates sworn in by Judge Morley on May 21, 2020. We are happy to have John join our CASA team.
Another new CASA
Congratulations Haylee! She was sworn in on May 21, 2020 by Judge Morley in Wheeler County
Micha joins CASA
On June 2, 2020, Micha was sworn in as a new CASA advocate by Judge Morley.