Jean Hendrick Recognized for 18 Years of Volunteer Work in Hancock County Jail

At the April 5, 2022 Commissioners’ Meeting, Jean Hendrick was recognized and thanked for 18 years of dedicated volunteer work in the Hancock County Jail.  Jean works with inmates in a multitude of ways, from counseling inmates to enhancing the jail library, improving the jail environment in untold ways for both inmates and staff.  We sincerely thank Jean for her tireless work.

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