NEVADA CASA ASSOCIATION
AND HUMBOLDT COUNTY CAASA
In part of our efforts to recognize April as
Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Child Abuse Awareness Month
CAASA (Community Advocates Against Sexual Assault) is collaborating with local
Scentsy Consultant, Sharon Krupicka, to help us raise money for CASA (Court
Appointed Special Advocates) in Humboldt County and for CAASA to continue its work for sexual violence survivors and awareness!
Check out the wonderful Scentsy products on Sharon’s website at:
The mission of CAASA is to empower those victimized by sexual violence
Through advocacy and crisis intervention and to raise awareness in the
Community about the cause, impact, and prevention of sexual violence.
CASA supports and promotes court appointed volunteer advocacy for abused and neglected children so they can thrive in safe, permanent homes.
Nevada CASA Association, Inc.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Child Abuse Awareness Month.
I would like to invite you to support CAASA/CASA (Community Advocates Against Sexual Assault/Court Appointed Special Advocates) in Humboldt County for a Fundraiser for April. Orders can be placed directly from my website http://www.skrupicka.scentsy.com, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling me at 304-1415. You can also email email@example.com with your order. Thank you in advance for your support.
Scentsy Independent Star Consultant
http://www.skrupicka.scentsy.com (775) 304-1415
April 13th, 7:00pm–Walkin’ Jim Performance Lowry HS Auditorium Walkin’ Jim Stoltz … long-distance hiker, adventurer, author, painter, photographer, poet, wilderness activist, musician, songwriter, and troubadour for the Earth will be performing in Winnemucca as a fundraiser for Nevada Outdoor School. Follow Walkin’ Jim through his adventures of hiking through song, stories and slides.
For more information on Walkin Jim, visit www.WalkingJim.com.
For more information on the performance contact Holly Palmer at 775-623-5656 or Holly.Palmer@NevadaOutdoorSchool.org.
CARSON CITY, Nev. — The annual gathering of rural tourism partners throughout Nevada returns to Winnemucca for its 20th anniversary this week with an impressive lineup of compelling and informative sessions, Lt. Gov. Brian K. Krolicki announced today.
“Rural Roundup started in Winnemucca 20 years ago, and while many of the faces and issues have changed over the years, the conference continues to be a vital tool for our rural areas,” Krolicki, Nevada Commission on Tourism (NCOT) chair, said. “For many who attend, this conference is the one time each year they can learn new tactics to market their areas or events, and enjoy the camaraderie of their colleagues throughout the state.”
The conference starts Wednesday, March 24, with an optional golf tournament, skeet shoot and wine walk, all designed to introduce attendees to what Winnemucca has to offer. The opening reception is being called the “Fun-a-Mucca” Carnival and will showcase a variety of carnival games, live music and local food.
After the fun and games, the work begins Thursday with a much-anticipated presentation by Google travel expert Ryan Denny. He will share some “quick and easy” tricks to make the most of online marketing. Other morning sessions include “evaluating your Web site”; a workshop on how to apply for NCOT rural-marketing grants; a session on how to build itineraries; and a presentation by NCOT’s public relations representative in Germany on marketing to international visitors.
Thursday afternoon will be filled with sessions about social media and online searches; maximizing marketing budgets; developing a visitor profile; and building relationships with tour operators. The day’s educational program caps off with a presentation by Roger Brooks of Destination Development. Brooks has evaluated many Nevada towns and is a perennial favorite at Rural Roundup.
“Thursday is a full day of intense workshops and presentations that our rural partners can apply to their own regions,” NCOT Director Dann Lewis said. “We work very hard to make this conference fun but also pack it with pertinent and current information.”
The annual VolunTourism awards will be presented at dinner Thursday night when the recipient of the June Stannard Memorial Scholarship will be also announced. Friday morning is a roundtable discussion with NCOT managers on what’s new in state tourism. The conference will conclude Friday morning with the regular quarterly meeting of the Nevada Commission on Tourism.
For more information on the conference, visit www.RuralRoundup.com or call 775-687-4322.
April 18–24, 2010
National Crime Victims’ Rights Week
Each April since 1981, OVC has helped lead communities throughout the country in their annual observances of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW) by promoting victims’ rights and honoring crime victims and those who advocate on their behalf.
This is an opportunity for everyone to promote awareness and education for victims of sexual violence and all crime victims and treating all with Fairness, Dignity, and Respect
Everyone can get involved by contacting their local, state, and/or national victim service providers. For more information, www.humboldtcaasa.com and http://ovc.ncjrs.gov/ncvrw/
Community Advocates Against Sexual Assault
P.O. Box 1338
Winnemucca, NV 89446
775-623-2328, 775-623-2312, 775-247-2395
E-Mail Address firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of CAASA is to empower those victimized by sexual violence through advocacy and crisis intervention and to raise awareness in the community about the cause, impact, and prevention of sexual violence. CASA supports and promotes court appointed volunteer advocacy for abused and neglected children so they can thrive in safe, permanent homes.
Don’t be a victim, become a survivor!
Nevada Sex Offender Registry Search