Superhero Spotlight: Stan & Anne Ferguson

***The following is series featuing Q & A's with CASA volunteers

Stan and Ann Ferguson have been serving Steuben County for four years as CASA volunteers.

Q: What is the most rewarding part about being a volunteer?

A: "Feeling like you may have made someone's life a little easier, a little happier, and a little better."

Q: What almost held you back from being a volunteer?

A: "Our other activities and time commitment."

Q: What made you go ahead and do it anyway? 

A: "We felt it was a valuable way to use our time. It was something we as a couple could do together to help support those who face many hardships in their everyday lives. You get back more than you give." 

Q: If you could have any superpower what would it be?  

A: "An over abundant love to share with others in order  to take away the hurt, pain and rejection and give hope and joy!"

Q: If you could go back and be a kid for a day, what would you do?

A: "Nothing different. We were blessed with loving and stable families as well as good and fun times with both family and friends."

Q: What is the best part of being a kid that you miss now that you are an adult?  

A: "The ability to engage more freely and creatively in play."

Q: What is a lesson adults could learn from children?

A: "Find and experience the best in each moment."

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