Three new guardians ad litem were sworn into volunteer positions by Judge Frank P. Kotyk in mid-August. Azalia Perez of Kuna, Holly Hobbs of Marsing and Mandy Hessing of Meridian agreed to use their time and expertise in the GAL program to help advocate for children in protective care.
Three new guardians ad litem were sworn into volunteer positions by Judge Frank P. Kotyk in mid-August. Azalia Perez of Kuna, Holly Hobbs of Marsing and Mandy Hessing of Meridian agreed to use their time and expertise in the GAL program to help advocate for children in protective care. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Three new guardians ad litem were sworn into volunteer positions by Judge Frank P. Kotyk in mid-August. Azalia Perez of Kuna, Holly Hobbs of Marsing and Mandy Hessing of Meridian agreed to use their time and expertise in the GAL program to help advocate for children in protective care. Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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