GREENFIELD, MA – The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office, along with Bobby Campbell from the Franklin County TRIAD division have delivered nearly 400 hams to Franklin County area senior citizens ahead of Easter. Campbell operates “Hams for Seniors”, a fundraiser that helps seniors through the Easter holiday.
Franklin County TRIAD supporting seniors
The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office TRIAD Program is a crime-prevention and wellness initiative aimed at protecting the safety and welfare of the county’s senior citizen population.
“I’m proud to say our 4th annual F.C Triad Hams For Seniors was a huge success. Our local F.C TRIAD were able to distribute almost 400 hams from Market Basket in Athol plus a $15 gift card from Foster’s Supermarket to our local seniors here in Franklin County just in time for Easter,” Campbell said.
Local charities thanked for assistance
Campbell said generous donations for the event were made by local Franklin County business owners and residents. He also thanked the Montague Elks Lodge 2521 and the Oak Ridge Detachment of the Marine Corps League.
“This was our best year ever and putting a smile on our local citizens faces is the best thing this Easter,” he added. “Thank you to Ray Zewkowski and the Staff of Triad for an amazing job getting these hams in the hands of our seniors.”
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