She’s 10, she’s adopted, and now she wants to help Malheur County foster children

Anna Weston of Ontario (The Enterprise/Les Zaitz)

ONTARIO – Anna Weston, 10, knows what it’s like to move to a strange home with little you can call your own.

Now, the Pioneer Elementary School fourth-grader and CASA of Eastern Oregon are teaming up to make sure foster children always have something they can call their own.

CASA, which operates in Malheur County, is the volunteer-driven program providing court-appointed special advocates to children placed into foster care.

Anna wrote an essay about her experiences . . .