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The CASP Girls On The Run participants received their Brooks tennis shoes along with some tasty snacks at their end-of-the-year party! The girls will get to keep their shoes and wear them at the 5k run later this month. We had a very successful first year of Girls On The Run and hope to continue the program next year!

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CASP presented ATO with an award to recognize the outstanding service that members of ATO have given us this past year.

William Moon (pictured below) planned the first inaugural Spooky Sprint and 5K to benefit CASP this past year. Will and members of ATO did an excellent job planning and pulling off a very fun event for CASP and the community, and all proceeds went to benefit CASP! In addition to this sevice, ATO members also served as volunteers at CASP’s 40 year Anniversary Party.

CASP wants to recognize ATO members for their outstanding service to us this year and we look forward to a continued partnership!

 

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Pictured Above: Chloe Kliewer presents the CASP award to William Moon

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“Thank you to the Delta Kappa Chapter of ATO for your outstanding service to and continued support of the Community After School Program”

CASP held its 40th Anniversary Celebration on March 1st, 2014. The celebration was a success, with over 300 people in attendance! The first 100 elementary aged students received a free t-shirt. Attendees ate a hot dog dinner and kids were able to enjoy two bounce houses, an obstacle course and an 18-foot slide, as well as a book walk, giant twister and a craft table.

Planning for the celebration began in fall of 2013 by a group of board members and CASP staff.  Special thanks to board members who helped plan the event and those who attended as well!

CASP also wants to thank the volunteers who helped make this celebration such a success! Volunteers from the fraternity ATO, as well as OU’s Office of Integrity, Phi Delta Alpha, and CASP all helped out by setting up, serving food, supervising the blow-up toys, and cleaning up! The event could not have been successful without the help of these volunteers, all who had great attitudes and stayed until the end to help clean up!

To see the Norman Transcript story about the event, visit: http://goo.gl/zs5VmZ

 

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Some of the volunteers from OU’s Integrity Office

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Volunteers from ATO. Thanks guys!