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Most of the time they run around like Clark Kent, concealing the Superman within. But many of the North State’s true superheroes will soon take off the glasses and business suits, flying their capes proudly for a worthy cause…Read about us in the September 2013 issue of Enjoy MagazineRead More
Chico Race Information:
Miss online registration? You can register in person at the Chico NVCSS office on THURSDAY, 9/18 (10 Independence Circle) until 5pm or on FRIDAY, 9/19 at Chico’s Fleet Feet location (241 Main Street) from 10am-6pm.
Lower Bidwell Park
RACE DAY REGISTRATION 7:00 – 8:30
8:00 Superhero 10K
8:15 Superhero 5K
8:55 Superhero 1K
New this year! A “bat-cake” breakfast included for all participants.
Breakfast for non-runners: $2 (10 and under), $5 adults.
Other event activities include: photo booth, face painting and much more!
Registration for ages 10 and under includes a cape. 5K and 10K
registration by August 18th includes a t-shirt. T-shirts are available, but
not guaranteed for those who register after August 18.
2013 Superhero Run gallery
Redding Race Information
Redding Civic Auditorium
Race Day Registration 7:00 – 8:30
8:30 Little Heroes Dash (Children 10 and Under)
9:00 5K Run/Walk & 10K
Online registration is closed at this time. You can register in person at one of the following locations:
- Thursday at NVCSS [2400 Washington Avenue]: 8am-5pm
- Friday at Cornerstone Community Bank [150 E. Cypress]: 10am-7pm **Packet pick-up location**
- Saturday at the Redding Civic Auditorium: 7am-8:30am **Packet pick-up location**
#casaheroes – we like this hashtag… facebook/twitter/instagram
CASA is a national program dedicated to providing quality court advocacy services to abused and neglected children under the jurisdiction of the Dependency Court. More than two million children have been helped by the program since its inception in 1977.
The mission of CASA is simple – “to support and promote court-appointed volunteer advocacy for abused and neglected children so that they can thrive in safe, permanent homes.”
CASA makes a difference in the life of a child. Cases involving a CASA volunteer are more likely to be permanently closed than cases where a CASA volunteer is not involved. In an overburdened child welfare system, the unique one-on-one relationship that forms between the CASA volunteer and dependent child is often the most stable, positive relationship the child has. CASA volunteers are a powerful voice for children. They make recommendations to the court that are in the child’s best interest and advise the court about what the child needs and wants, while providing emotional support, stability and caring that every child deserves.
While CASA is a national program, it has been a part of Northern Valley Catholic Social Service, Inc. for the past 13 years. The program was first established with NVCSS out of our Butte County office in 2000. With major support from the courts, the Glenn County CASA program came on board in 2007 and CASA of Shasta County was established in 2010. We are currently in the development phase of expanding the program into Tehama County. In our local communities, there are nearly 1,000 children who are separated from their families right now. Less than 15% of those children are being served by one of our CASA volunteers.
CASA of Butte, Glenn, Shasta and Tehama Counties is a program of Northern Valley Catholic Social Service, Inc. (NVCSS), a nonprofit established in 1986 with a 501 (c)(3) designation.