Three new volunteers were sworn in as Court Appointed Juvenile Advocates by Judge Jay Mastin after completing their training with CAJA of Marshall County

On Wednesday, July 20, the three new CAJA volunteers were sworn in by Judge Mastin as Court Appointed Juvenile Advocates following completion of their 30-hour pre-service training. New volunteers include Marsha Boyett from Grant, a retired pharmacist; Jessica Peterson from Albertville, a business owner; and Cathy Weston from Albertville, an administrative assistant. These three answered the call to be advocates for children and participated in CAJA’s second training class of the year.

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