From left, Whitney Aldrich, director of food services for the Elebrt County Sheriff’s Office and inmate trustee John Linebaugh work on the …
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From left, Whitney Aldrich, director of food services for the
Elebrt County Sheriff’s Office and inmate trustee John Linebaugh
work on the department’s garden. Starting in April, Aldrich has
worked with Linebaugh and many other inmates on the garden. Since
then the garden has been producing a variety of vegetables and
fruits which have been used in the meals for the inmates. This is
the first time the Sheriff’s Office has grown a garden and Aldrich
said it has been very successful. “Not only have we been able to
eat the vegetables, this has been great for the inmates,” she said.
“They are able to feel a sense of accomplishment after they see the
success of the garden.”
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