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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Get cheap Mt. B pass, support CASA

Mt. Bachelor picks CASA for fourth annual April Charity Ski Week

Posted By on Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 11:00 PM

Central Oregon’s CASA chapter was recently picked by Mt. Bachelor for the mountain’s Fourth Annual Charity Ski Week fundraiser, and if you act now you can support CASA and ski for cheap.

CASA stands for Court Appointed Special Advocate Association. This mostly volunteer crew of men and women from Central Oregon get to know abused or neglected children as their cases move through the area’s court systems. CASA advocates for the right of these children to live in a safe and loving home.

Here’s how you can support the organization and get a full-day pass for $25. Call 541-389-1618 to reserve your voucher. Then pick up the vouchers during the week of March 26th at the CASA office at 1130 NW Harriman St., Ste. 122.

Present the voucher and $25 at the mountain from April 2-6, or April 9-13 and have great day of skiing while supporting one of Central Oregon’s most active and important nonprofits.  


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