CCPA Helps Make a Difference

CCPA Office Members and Clever Police Department raise money for D.A.R.E. Left to Right: Prosecuting Attorney Amy Fite, Senior Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Anna Bunch, Victim/Witness Advocate Julie Harlan and Clever Police Dept. Chief Jeff Lofton.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Prosecuting Attorney’s Office
417-581-7915
DATE: MAY 28, 2019

RE:  CCPA OFFICE HELPS MAKE A DIFFERENCE

OZARK, MO – The Christian County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office announces that members of the office are helping make a difference in the community.

On May 24, 2019, members of the office participated in the Christian County D.A.R.E. Benefit Golf tournament. The four-person team consisted of Christian County Prosecuting Attorney Amy Fite, Senior Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Anna Bunch, Victim/Witness Advocate Julie Harlan, and Clever Police Dept. Chief Jeff Lofton. All proceeds of the tournament go to the D.A.R.E. Program which educates kids in Christian County about the dangers of drugs and alcohol and equips them with the skills to resist them.

On June 8, 2019, Senior Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Shana Mora will be going Over the Edge for the Child Advocacy Center.  Mora will be rappelling down SKY ELEVEN in downtown Springfield, Mo.  Over the Edge has become an annual fundraiser for the Child Advocacy Center, and it uses the funds raised through this event to make sure there is a safe place for child victims to talk about their experiences. Mora is the third person from the CCPA Office to go Over the Edge. Christian County Prosecuting Attorney Amy Fite and First Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Kristen Tuohy have previously gone Over the Edge. 

If you are interested in donating, here is Shana Mora’s link: