CAS draws for playhouse at St. Amant game

Michael Tortorich
Child Advocacy Services’ Michelle Gallo, at left, announces the winner of the first drawing for the CASA cottage raffle during halftime of St. Amant High School’s game Friday night against Hahnville.

Child Advocacy Services’ Michelle Gallo announced the winner of the first drawing for the CASA cottage raffle during halftime of St. Amant High School’s game Friday night against Hahnville.

Joey Goscha of Gonzales claimed one of the prizes after having his name announced in Hammond Saturday. The St. Amant winner was Faith Miller of Baton Rouge.

Each of the playhouses is valued at $10,000.

The purpose of the playhouses is to build awareness of child abuse and neglect, and raise funds to continue CAS’ mission of giving a voice, healing and security to children.

Shown from left is Michelle Gallo, Steve Westbrook, Debbie Richardson, Grace Landry and Stephanie Breeden.