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Nationally ranked junior golfer to help drive out child abuse at 10th annual CASA Classic Golf Tournament

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Local golfers will hit the links in support of CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Adams and Broomfield Counties on May 23, 2012 at this year’s 10th annual CASA Classic Golf Tournament. The event will be at Hyland Hills Golf Course in Westminster, with all proceeds to aid CASA in its fight against child abuse. This year’s tournament will kick off with an 8 a.m. shotgun start and includes a special race car theme and the opportunity for golfers to test their skills against nationally ranked Junior Golfer, 8-year-old Brayden Bozak. 

“This particular golf tournament not only kicks off the charity golf tournament season every year, it also provides for great networking, fun and most importantly helps raise money to provide abused and neglected children in our community with the advocacy they need and deserve,” said Simone Jones, Executive Director of CASA of Adams and Broomfield counties. “We are especially excited to have 8 year old junior golf pro Brayden Bozak involved in this year’s tournament.  He is sure to give our local golfers a run for their money. It’s going to be a lot of fun watching him challenge our players.”

Jones added, “In addition for a chance to compete against Brayden Bozak golfers will be treated to a display of amazing race cars. Race car drivers will be in attendance showcasing their cars in honor of our tournaments tenth anniversary concept, Drive Out Child Abuse.”

There is still space for golfers and sponsors. For information, contact 303-655-3927 or visit www.casa17th.org .

CASA of Adams and Broomfield Counties is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that works to make sure that every child who cannot live safely at home has a caring, compassionate CASA Volunteer who will help fight for their right to be safe, ensure that they are treated with dignity, and assure their safe passage out of foster care. Building a stronger community for all.

Each year, in Adams and Broomfield counties, there are more than 1,300 children who are physically, sexually or emotionally abused or neglected, and in desperate need of a caring, committed CASA Volunteer to speak up for their best interests. There are more than 280 CASA volunteers, but more are need. CASA conducts volunteer training classes three times a year. For information about CASA, call 303-654-3378 or visit www.casa17th.org.