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Jul 23, 2012

Inmates get things done in Hopedale, other towns

The Milford Daily News
By Jessica Trufant

Some unlikely community servants have come to the rescue of the school Facilities Manager Thomas Hammann, saving him thousands of dollars and countless hours of manpower. Read more…

Jul 21, 2012

Boylston Elementary cafeteria gets a facelift

The West Boylston-Boylston Banner
By Michael Kane

When students sit down to lunch at Boylston Elementary School later this summer, gone will be the eggshell-colored walls they are used to. Instead, they will be greeted with bright new colors, including purple. Read more…

Jul 19, 2012

Inmate Community Service Program aids Athol Public Library with move

The Athol Daily News

Responding to a request from Library Director Debra Blanchard, Worcester County Sheriff Lewis Evangelidis this week provided free inmate labor through the Sheriff’s Inmate Community Service Program to the library to assist with the heavy moving of all the books, furniture and shelving from its Main Street location to its temporary home located at the town’s new senior center on Freedom Street. Read more…

Jul 13, 2012

Sheriff’s Inmate Community Service spruces up historic Waters Farm

The Millbury Sutton Chronicle

Worcester County Sheriff Lewis G. Evangelidis and Patricia Nedoroscik, Vice President of Waters Farm Inc. show off the work done by the sheriff’s Inmate Community Service Program.Responding to a request from Sutton’s Waters Farm Preservation Committee, Worcester County Sheriff Lewis G. Evangelidis recently provided free inmate labor through the Sheriff’s Inmate Community Service Program to the 18th Century New England Farm for some much needed scraping, priming and painting of its historic Main House. According to the Sheriff’s press release the project completed by the Sheriff’s Inmate Community Service Program provided the Waters Farm homestead with over $10,000 in savings. Read more…

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