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One of CASA’s biggest supporters explains why

El Dorado Hills resident and business owner Gary Lardy, second from left, has been an important donor to CASA El Dorado over the years. He is pictured with CASA development manager Kathy Hurd, CASA board members Maryeth Loriaux, Kristin Conner, Anne Eckert and executive director John Adams, left to right. Courtesy photo

For more than a decade local business owner Gary Lardy has supported abused and neglected children in El Dorado County through the efforts of CASA El Dorado, shedding light on the non-profit’s importance. Each year approximately 500 children in El Dorado County are matched with an adult advocate after being removed from their homes by […]

Comments Off / September 21, 2015 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »

Best Mexican Food: Casa Ramos

Great Mexican food the whole family will enjoy is served up at Casa Ramos. This family owned restaurant features traditional Mexican dishes made with quality ingredients and served by happy employees who want to make customers’ dining experiences great. The top sellers are Casa Ramos’ fajitas. The menu also includes appetizers, salads, tacos, burritos, enchiladas, lunch specials and […]

Comments Off / April 29, 2015 | Posted in Best of 2014 | Read More »

Harley group helps CASA

The Folsom Harley Owners Group will host an annual poker run to support El Dorado County Court Appointed Special Advocates on March 21. Over the years HOG has raised nearly $20,000 and helped many children. Each year approximately 500 abused and neglected children in El Dorado County are court-ordered for a CASA after being removed from their homes […]

Comments Off / March 03, 2015 | Posted in News | Read More »

Wells Fargo supports CASA kids

CASA Executive Director John Adams accepts a check from Wells Fargo employee Haley Reinhardt Dewhurst. Sponsors like Wells Fargo ensure more El Dorado County children get the advocates they need. Courtesy photo

PLACERVILLE — Every day is a normal day for most of us, but it’s never a “normal” day for abused and neglected kids. They didn’t ask to be born into the mess they find themselves in and they desperately need help. These children need a CASA advocate who will advocate for them in court and consistently guide […]

Comments Off / December 10, 2014 | Posted in Feature Photos,News | Read More »

CASA El Dorado wants to help more kids

Each year approximately 500 children in El Dorado county are court-ordered an adult advocate after being removed from their homes by Child Protective Services. Because there are 100 kids still waiting for a Court Appointed Special Advocate, CASA El Dorado is making a plea for more involvement. They need more volunteers to be advocates and […]

Comments Off / August 31, 2014 | Posted in Featured Stories,News | Read More »

Best Mexican Food: Casa Ramos

Village Life photo by Noel Stack

Great Mexican food the whole family will enjoy is served up at Casa Ramos. This family owned restaurant features traditional Mexican dishes made with quality ingredients and served by happy employees who want to make customers’ dining experiences great. “We have great food, great drinks and great employees,” said manager Kevin Ramos. The top sellers […]

Comments Off / May 07, 2014 | Posted in Best of 2013 | Read More »

Enjoy CASA lunches delivered to your door

Child Advocates of El Dorado County hosts its annual box lunch fundraiser and will make and deliver 3,000 lunches from Pollock Pines to Rancho Cordova by noon on April 10 thanks to more than a hundred volunteers. There are many ways to get involved from donating a Food 4 Less gift card to help offset food […]

Comments Off / February 28, 2014 | Posted in Cameron Park Life,News | Read More »



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