Worcester Telegram & Gazette, June 13, 2014
Main South Cafe hosts Worcester Scout troop

Worcester Telegram & Gazette, April 2, 2014:
Worcester voices on youth violence

Worcester Magazine, April 2, 2014:
Violence among youth front and center at community forum

 

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    Our newest Straight2Work participants in Worcester. They recently completed their classroom component and are currently working in one of our Straight2Work business: Straight Up Cafe and Straight Up Catering and the new you.

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    Improved living conditions in juvenile prison, thanks to generous donors from America, Finland and Ukraine. Straight Ahead staff, volunteers and youth installed over 80 new windows installed and efficient lighting and freshly painted rooms and corridors.

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    Improved living conditions in juvenile prison, thanks to generous donors from America, Finland and Ukraine. Straight Ahead staff, volunteers and youth installed over 80 new windows installed and efficient lighting and freshly painted rooms and corridors.

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    Kremenchuk, Ukraine

    Improved living conditions in juvenile prison, thanks to generous donors from America, Finland and Ukraine. Straight Ahead staff, volunteers and youth installed over 80 new windows installed and efficient lighting and freshly painted rooms and corridors.