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Gwen Gjovig, executive director of 22nd Judicial District CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) presents David Smith, left, a plaque as appreciation for the work he has contributed to CASA. Smith resigned his position on the local CASA board earlier this month. A local attorney, Smith has accepted the position as special district judge for Rogers County in Claremore. (Photo by Brenda Tollett)

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