Thank you to Lost Creek Boat Dock residents for the wonderful day of memory to Joel Keeton.  Decatur County CASA was very humble to be the recipient of the donations.  Amy Keeton thank you, the Abused and Neglected children will have a Volunteer Advocate that will advocate with them until they have a safe, permanent home…

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Many people recognize Kellye Cash, if not by sight, by her reign as Miss America 1987.  Others have become acquainted with this gregarious Tennessean through her extensive travels and numerous appearances around the country. As the first child of retired Navy Captain and Mrs. Roy Cash, Jr., Kellye learned at an early age to adapt…

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Red Shoe Gala given by Decatur County CASA Entertainment by the Cash Family, featuring Kellye Cash-Sheppard Kellye Cash with her Miss America Crown and Roy Cash with Johnny Cash’s guitar and guest of the Red Shoe.    

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Saturday April 18, 2015 at 6 pm View Photo Gallery     Jenny Cain Production If you need live country line dance entertainment for your next event, you have come to the right place! Owner and Founder Jenny Cain along with her team have worked with some of the biggest artists of our time, but…

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Financial contributions to the program go toward the recruitment, training, and supervision of the advocates who are working day to day with these children. CASA programs are very cost effective because the number of paid staff is kept small. Our very special advocates do the hands on work with the children. Decatur County CASA has a Memorial Program. …

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Decatur County CASA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, so all donations are tax deductible to the extent permitted under the law.  The program strives for a diverse funding base and currently operates on a mix of government funding, government and private grants, annual fundraisers, and most importantly, support from private citizens and businesses who believe in…

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