Charlotte County Sheriff Bill Prummell accepts a donation of stuffed animals and blankets from Ricky Li of Charlotte Academy.
Charlotte County Sheriff Bill Prummell recently accepted the Bureau of Detentions Re-Accreditation award from the Florida Corrections Accreditation Commission during a ceremony in Howey-in-the-Hills, according to a release from the Sheriff's Office.This marks the Charlotte County Jails fourth accreditation award, placing the agency in an elite category to receive such recognition. An accreditation program has long been recognized as a means of maintaining the highest standards of professionalism, and its one of the highest professional awards a jail facility can attain, according to the release. Pictured are, from left, CCSO Accreditation Assistant Janet Frazee, Accreditation Specialist Amanda Tipping, Bureau of Detention Major Mark Caro, FCAC Commission Chairman Sheriff Gary Borders, Prummell, Bureau of Detention Capt. Norman Wilson, Professional Compliance Administrator Christine Goracke, and FCAC Executive Lori Mizell.
The Charlotte High School mock trial team, from left, Egle Vinickaite, Jake Christie, Michael Christie, Alexis Boykin, David Riley (coach), Chris Alexander, Nathan Buckley, Meghan Piotrowski and Patrick Glastonbury.
Tthe Daughters and Sons of the American Revolution recently shared a joint meeting to celebrate the birthday of George Washington. The guest speaker was Leslie Isley, director of the Adult Learning Center of Port Charlotte (which is based out of Charlotte Technical Center). Among those who attended were, from left, Suzy Hackett, Brad Lines, Paul Lioon, Diana Dulkiewicz, Larry Hurley, Larry Peck, Bob Haff, Norm Ashworth, Andy Buell and Ren Cushing.
Congratulations to coach David Riley and the Charlotte High School mock trial team of Egle Vinickaite, Jake Christie, Michael Christie, Alexis Boykin, Chris Alexander, Nathan Buckley, Meghan Piotrowski and Patrick Glastonbury. The students recently finished second in a four-team field in the 14th annual 20th Judicial Circuit High School Mock Trial Competition at the Lee County Justice Center, according to a release from the school district.
Charlotte finished second to Fort Myers High School in the two-day competition. This was the first time a Charlotte County team had made the final round.
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