HCC sociology class held fundraiser
(Hagerstown, Md.)— Students in Professor Daniel Madron’s civic engagement class at Hagerstown Community College recently held a fundraising event to benefit CASA, Inc., as part of a class project.
“Each student was asked to identify a non-profit agency that they feel provides a vital service to Washington County, and give a presentation about that agency to the class,” said Madron. “After all the presentations, the class members took a vote and CASA was selected.”
Class members organized a bowling fundraiser to benefit CASA Inc., which provides support for domestic violence victims in Washington County. A total of $2,444 was raised from registration fees and personal donations.
To learn more about CASA, Inc., visit casainc.org.
Photo caption: Top row from left: HCC students Jaron King and Jessica Rodriquez; CASA, Inc. Legal Advocate Lauren Callahan; CASA, Inc. Staff Attorney Kelly Clopper; CASA, Inc. Executive Director Vicki Sadehvandi; CASA, Inc. Crisis Intake Specialist Marcy Hade; HCC students June Cleary and Max Richards. Bottom row from left: HCC students Jen Willett, Mary Ricker and Kianna Cooper; and HCC Professor Madron. Not pictured: HCC students Bianaca Mills and Bobbie Watkins.