Larry Dagenhart – A Legacy of Giving
Recently, the Council for Children’s Rights, Legal Aid of North Carolina, and Legal Services of Southern Piedmont hosted their annual Pro Bono Awards, recognizing the important volunteer legal contributions made to each of the organizations. While each group nominated volunteers for their agency in several categories, one award, the Distinguished Pro Bono Service Award, was presented as a collaborative selection by all three organizations. This year’s recipient was Larry J. Dagenhart who has demonstrated extraordinary commitment to the cause of providing legal services to those for whom those services would otherwise be unavailable.
CFCR attorney John Parker presented the award that evening and we share his remarks here. He speaks for all of us in expressing our deep respect and gratitude for the long, dedicated commitment of this remarkable friend to the Council.
Early Voting This Week
Early voting begins Oct. 23, 2014, and ends Nov. 1, 2014, at 1 p.m. A list of the 21 early voting locations for Mecklenburg County can be found by clicking here.
More quick information on the November 4th election is available by checking out our quick Voter Guide. Don’t forget to VOTE!
CAP Volunteer Training — November 7th
Council for Children’s Rights Custody Advocacy Program (CAP) will host a day-long volunteer training session from 8:00 a.m. till 5:00 p.m. on Friday, November 7, 2014 at the Children and Family Services Center. The training session is a prerequisite to volunteering for the CAP program. CAP has a need for both volunteer attorneys and volunteer child advocates.
This opportunity is best suited to individuals with a flexible schedule and a strong commitment to serving children. To learn more about the CAP volunteer program and/or to sign up for the training, contact Mary Schilli at email@example.com call the Council at 704-372-7961.