The Board of Supervisors is expected to declare National Adoption Awareness Month

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BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KERO) — The Board of Supervisors is expected to declare November as National Adoption Awareness Month in Kern County during its Tuesday, Oct. 25 meeting. A presentation will be made that will include videos and testimonials from the foster family, officials said.

Kern County’s 20th annual National Adoption Day Celebration will be held Friday, Nov. 18, at the Juvenile Justice Center on College Avenue in East Bakersfield.

“It’s a very special day. You can just feel the happiness,” said the Honorable Gloria J. Cannon, supervising family judge of the Kern County Superior Court. “These people go through long periods before they can get to that day. You can see the joy on their faces.”

Nearly 40 children will be adopted on National Adoption Day in both the Supreme Court and Juvenile Division, as well as privately in the Supreme Court’s Family Law Division.



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