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Jun 9, 2011

Inmates Making Progress While Doing the Community a Service

The Millbury-Sutton Chronicle
By Kevin Koczwara

Millbury’s Senior Center needed some landscaping done. Weeds were popping up in the flower beds. New mulch needed to be spread. And plants needed to be trimmed. But Judy O’Connor didn’t have anyone to get the job done because the Senior Center’s maintenance worker is only part-time – he works just 19 hours a week – and the cost of a landscaping company costs far to much for the Senior Center and the town of Millbury. Read more…

May 29, 2011

Sheriff Makes A Good Start

Worcester Telegram & Gazette
By Robert Z. Nemeth

Campaigning for sheriff of Worcester County, Lew Evangelidis, a well-respected state representative, promised to run a safe and efficient operation, free of political patronage, dedicated to public safety and community service. Today, after nearly five months on the job, he’s on track toward keeping those promises.
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May 22, 2011

Sheriff Evangelidis Continues Commitment to Double Community Service Program

The Daily Holden
By Daniel Castro

HOLDEN, Mass. — During his campaign for Worcester County Sheriff, one of Lew Evangelidis’ goals was to be visible in his commitment to the community both within and outside of the prison walls — and since taking office in January, the Holden native has been able to nearly double the department’s Community Service Program, Read more…

May 19, 2011

Sheriff Visits Inmate Work Project

The Landmark
By Phyllis Booth

Newly-elected Worcester county Sheriff Lew Evangelidis toured the NEADS – Dogs for Deaf & Disabled Americans – campus in Princeton last week to see the work done by officer supervised inmates as part of the community service program.
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