WFSU-FM Radio Program Features Guardian ad Litem Program and CAII Cupcakes and Cookies for Kids

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On Thursday, March 24, 2016, the Second Judicial Circuit Guardian ad Litem Program and Child Advocates II, Inc. (CAII) were featured on an entire episode of Perspectives, a listener call-in radio program on WFSU 88.9 (WFSU-FM).

Hosted by Tom Flanigan, the episode highlights our program and mission while featuring commentary from Circuit Director Deborah Moore and two program volunteers, CAII Board President Omega Wynn and CAII Board Member Kristine Lamont.

For nearly an hour, Flanigan and company discussed the role of guardians ad litem in the court system, shared stories of how volunteers and community supporters make a difference in the lives of children and gave information on the upcoming CAII Cupcakes and Cookies for Kids fundraiser. Several callers also had the chance to ask questions and have them answered.

With proceeds benefiting our program, CAII Cupcakes and Cookies for Kids is a friendly annual competition for amateur and professional bakers and an opportunity for the public to raise money for our program by sampling the delicious results.

This year's competition is on Saturday, April 16, 2016 and the deadline for contestants to enter is Friday, April 1, 2016* at 11:59 PM ET. Visit gal2.org/cupcake for complete details and to purchase tasting cards, enter the competition or register as a sponsor.

The entire episode is a great listen. You can visit the Perspectives website, download an MP3 of the audio or listen to the piece on YouTube, also embedded below.

Thank you to WFSU-FM and Tom Flanigan for sharing our program with their listeners.

Circuit Director Deborah Moore, CAII Board Member Kristine Lamont, CAII Board President Omega Wynn and Host Tom Flanigan in the WFSU-FM studio for Perspectives on March 24, 2016 in Tallahassee, Florida

Photo: WFSU-FM

* Friday, April 3 had been shown erroneously on parts of the event page, but this has been corrected.

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