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What does C.A.S.P.E.R. mean? Fundraising, Emergency Readiness, Community Awareness?

By Judie Protesto Freels More than just a Ghosts’ Name. Yes, there is Casper the Friendly Ghost.  And like Lyle Birkey, Director of Communications, National Council for Science and the Environment says . . . . . “C.A.S.P.E.R. can literally be a lifesaver for whole communities – especially in the rural environments. I love the […]

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What does C.A.S.P.E.R. and Quilts have in common?

By Judie Protesto Freels Not Just the Wide Spectrum of Colors. According to The National Quilting Association, Inc.:  The third Saturday in March is officially designated as National Quilting Day, but over the years, observance of National Quilting Day has unofficially expanded to the whole month of March! This year the twenty third annual celebrations will be held […]

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C.A.S.P.E.R. a Fundraising Tool for Elementary, High School and Colleges TOO! It’s Not JUST For 911

By Judie Protesto Freels See How You and Your Children Can Benefit As a mother of five children who are – That is my daughter above, #5 – and were very active in sports and other extra curriculum activities  during their elementary, high school and college days, it seemed as though every time I turned […]

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The importance of being prepared

By Chuck Freels Boy Scouts Have It Right I was a Boy Scout and one of the things they stressed most was to be prepared!  To this day many of my children ask me how I learned to do this, or why I do that, and I often remark “it’s because of what I was […]

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The ‘Hidden’ Tax Beneficiaries of C.A.S.P.E.R.

By Chuck Freels You Would Be One Non-profit Organizations are not the only ones to benefit from C.A.S.P.E.R.  Yes, Non-Profit Organizations do benefit from the typical advantage of what an LED Display provides – such as notices of upcoming events, recruiting specific volunteers who are needed AKA Recruitment, Community messages and tips, and they benefit […]

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