What A Party!

Thank you for coming to the

2019 LUAU!

6PM Saturday, September 21st at Lakeside RV Resort

The 2019 Pioneer Territory CASA Luau was a complete success! Thanks to our great sponsors and those that donated items for door prizes and auctions. A huge hug and thanks to Rau Tama Nui for putting on an incredibly memorable performance - your generosity in supporting CASA is appreciated, as everyone was amazed & entertained. Ski & Ron once again were a hit during the live auction, as their community support is legendary! Also, thanks to everyone in attendance for your continued and generous support of CASA!

Rau Tama Nui to perform at the 2019 Luau!

It is an honor and privilege to announce that Rau Tama Nui (Children of Many Cultures) from Las Vegas will be performing at this year's Luau. This group is dedicated to keeping traditional island dance and culture thriving through instruction and performance of Hawaiian, Tahitian and other Polynesian based traditional dances, drumming, and music. For more information on Rau Tama Nui, please visit their website at: www.rautamanui.com

Common Hawaiian Words:Hawai'i (huh-WAH-ee) is the correct pronunciation!Hui! (hoo-wee) is a polite way of saying "Hey You!"Aloha (a-lo-ha) is much more than a typical greeting - acknowledging time, space, and relationship within your communityMahalo (mah-hah-loh) says thank you!Luau (loo-ah-oo) is so much more than a party with hula dancing! Ukulele (oo-koo-lay-lay) yes, its not "yuke-a-lay-lee", but this 4 stringed instrument is an island favorite!
Hawaiian vowel pronunciation:a makes a short “ah” sound like the a in “above”e makes an “eh” sound like the e in “let”i makes an “e” sound like the e in “easy”o makes a short “oh” sound like the o in “pole”u makes an “oo” sound like the oo in “moo”

2019 Pioneer Territory CASA Training Classes *

* Register NOW for September 2019 CASA Training Class

Eleven new CASA's so far in 2019! Sadly, our work is never-ending. There are still thirty-three (33) children in foster care in our community that have NO VOICE representing them in court. While lawyers on both sides submit piles of documentation and briefs to the court, these children get no say in their future. Sound heart-breaking?

Please consider becoming a volunteer Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA). On average, it only takes about 3-4 hours per month of your time! Pioneer Territory CASA provides you with all of the training and on-going support and guidance you will need.

Fall Training schedule:

Orientation: 10:00AM Saturday, September 28th

Training: 5:30-8:30PM, Mondays & Thursdays, October 3rd - November 26th (8 weeks)

Have Questions or Need More Information?

Visit the Volunteer section of our website for more information, and download an application today!

You can also contact John Elkins, Training & Recruiting Coordinator for Pioneer Territory CASA.

john@ptcasanv.org (702) 332-3942

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Pioneer Territory CASA, Inc.

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Pioneer Territory CASA, Inc.1321 S. Highway 160, Suite 9APahrump, NV 89048

775-505-CASA (2272)

Pioneer Territory CASA invites you to get involved in your community! Consider becoming a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), volunteer or donate.

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Pioneer Territory CASA, Inc. is a Nevada registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, serving Nye & Esmeralda Counties in Southwest Nevada