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Gather Around the Table

Hand in hand board members and residents give  thanks before their meal at Dismas House in Hartford Village, Vt.,on March 24, 2014. Dismas of Vermont Inc. is a family style home meant for mainly furloughed inmates readjusting to life outside the prison system. From left Joyce Mechling a member if the Dismas board, Ben Andrews the director of the house, Tom Keeler a resident of the house,  Rita McCaffrey the founder of Dismas in Vermont, and Debbie Diegoli the assistant director of the house. Board members had a tour of the newly ronovated house and then had a pot luck dinner with residents of the home. 
Valley News - Jennifer Hauck

Hand in hand board members and residents give thanks before their meal at Dismas House in Hartford Village, Vt.,on March 24, 2014. Dismas of Vermont Inc. is a family style home meant for mainly furloughed inmates readjusting to life outside the prison system. From left Joyce Mechling a member if the Dismas board, Ben Andrews the director of the house, Tom Keeler a resident of the house, Rita McCaffrey the founder of Dismas in Vermont, and Debbie Diegoli the assistant director of the house. Board members had a tour of the newly ronovated house and then had a pot luck dinner with residents of the home. Valley News - Jennifer Hauck Purchase photo reprints »

Dismas House board members and residents give thanks before their meal at the new facility in Hartford Village earlier this week. Dismas of Vermont is a family-style home meant mainly for furloughed inmates readjusting to life outside the prison system. From left: Joyce Mechling, a member of the Dismas board; Ben Andrews, the director of the house; Tom Keeler, a resident of the house; Rita McCaffrey, the founder of Dismas of Vermont; and Debbie Diegoli, the assistant director of the house. Board members had a tour of the newly renovated house and then had a pot luck dinner with residents of the home.

Valley News — Jennifer Hauck