Join us on a 47 mile scenic bike ride from Dillon to Jackson, starting at 6am on September 17, 2011. This is a fundraiser to benefit CASA and raise awareness for abused and neglected children in the community. The registration cost is $100 per rider. Registration forms can be submitted to Kate Juran or mailed to the CASA office (see Contact Us). Please call Kate at 925-1405 for questions.
The Harlem Ambassadors basketball team is coming to town! They will be playing the CASA Crusaders on Wed October 27th at 7:00pm in the Beaverhead County High School Gym in Dillon. Come out and and support CASA and enjoy a live comedy show of tricks and slam dunks. Tickets $8 in advance, $10 at the door. Kids 5 and under free. Tickets available at Bert's CD and the Bookstore in Dillon or call Kate at 925-1405 for tickets.
September 19, 2010; 3PM - 6 PM. CASA of Southwest Montana has scheduled the 3rd Annual Croqeut for CASA event with BBQ to follow. This year's event was held at Parkview Elementary School in Dillon.
May 22, 2010 - Although rainy and crummy weather kept many people at home, about a dozen runners/walkers/strollers and a few good dogs showed up to support the CASA program and participate in a 5K Run/Walk. Thanks to all who showed up! Pictures pending!
The city of Dillon recently held a quilting event to raise money for the local CASA program. The event was very successful with 17 quilts being donated. Please read the News Article for more information about this event.
The Ennis Lions held a banquet on December 9, 2009 and presented Voice for Children with a 500 dollar check and then raised another 340 dollars through on-site donations during the banquet and event. Please read the News Article for more information about this event. CASA and the 5th Judicial District were on hand and were especially grateful for the generous support!
In June, 2008 a croquet tournament was held in Dillon at the Middle School. Approximately 30 people showed up to help support the cause. A good time was held by all. And the winner was...Scott Allison! Thanks to all who showed up, raised money, and helped make this a great event.