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Jul 10, 2012

Sheriff’s Inmate Community Service Program Gets High Marks for Helping at Algonquin

The Northborough Patch

Responding to a request from Director of School Facilities Mike Gorman, Worcester County Sheriff Lewis G. Evangelidis recently provided free inmate labor through the Sheriff’s Inmate Community Service Program to Algonquin Regional High School to complete some much needed interior painting of the high school Guidance Department as well as the painting and trim work of 15 classrooms. Read more…

Jul 10, 2012

Sheriff’s inmate work program cleans up Oxford

The Webster Patriot
By Steev Riccardo

The Town of Oxford’s Tercentennial Committee made good use of Sheriff Lew Evangelidis inmate work program by utilizing its inmates on Monday to help clean up after the huge parade that took place on Sunday. Read more…

Jul 7, 2012

County Inmates Help Millbury Pick Up After Carnival

The Millbury Daily Voice
By Steve Balestrieri

MILLBURY, Mass. — The Millbury Lions Club got a big assist cleaning up the mess at Windle Field from the just-ended carnival, and it came from an unlikely sources. Read more…

Jul 7, 2012

Evangelidis swears in 21 new correctional officers

The Southbridge Evening News

Worcester County Sheriff Lewis G. Evangelidis welcomed twenty-one new officers – including one from Charlton and two from Auburn – to the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office during a graduation ceremony held this morning at Worcester Technical High School. Read more…

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