Methodist women’s group donates $1, 348 to CASA program

February 18, 2014 • Local News

Chaves County CASA Program Executive Director Carrie-Leigh Cloutier, center, shows a donation check for $1,348.54 to Moose, the CASA therapy dog on Tuesday at the CASA office, while Onita King, left, and Sherrie Goff, members of Faith and Promise United Methodist Women, look on. (Randal Seyler Photo)

Women from local Methodist churches combined forces to raise $1,348 for CASA.

“We’re the first cluster group in the state, and we are an experiment,” said Sherrie Goff, who, along with Onita King, were on hand Tuesday to present the donation check to Chaves County CASA Program Executive Director Carrie-Leigh Cloutier.

The cluster group includes women from three Roswell churches — First United Methodist, Trinity United Methodist Church and Aldersgate United Methodist — as well as Dexter United Methodist Church. The women from the various churches held a fundraising drive for 6 months, Login to read more

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