National Reentry Week is April 24-30


April 24-30 was proclaimed National Reentry Week by the Highland County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday. The week has been designated by the U.S. Department of Justice to highlight and encourage the work of helping incarcerated individuals return to “productive, law-abiding lives.” Pictured are commissioners Jeff Duncan and Shane Wilkin, Rhonda Fannin with Highland County Reentry Services, and commissioner Tom Horst.


April 24-30 was proclaimed National Reentry Week by the Highland County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday. The week has been designated by the U.S. Department of Justice to highlight and encourage the work of helping incarcerated individuals return to “productive, law-abiding lives.” Pictured are commissioners Jeff Duncan and Shane Wilkin, Rhonda Fannin with Highland County Reentry Services, and commissioner Tom Horst.

April 24-30 was proclaimed National Reentry Week by the Highland County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday. The week has been designated by the U.S. Department of Justice to highlight and encourage the work of helping incarcerated individuals return to “productive, law-abiding lives.” Pictured are commissioners Jeff Duncan and Shane Wilkin, Rhonda Fannin with Highland County Reentry Services, and commissioner Tom Horst.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/web1_reentry-1.jpgApril 24-30 was proclaimed National Reentry Week by the Highland County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday. The week has been designated by the U.S. Department of Justice to highlight and encourage the work of helping incarcerated individuals return to “productive, law-abiding lives.” Pictured are commissioners Jeff Duncan and Shane Wilkin, Rhonda Fannin with Highland County Reentry Services, and commissioner Tom Horst.
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