A Visit to State Court Judge C. Jean Bolin in Pictures

At the beginning of October 2018, Michelle Barclay visited McIntosh State Court Judge C. Jean Bolin to discuss the Stop the Cycle Program. The interview can be found here. 

The entrance to the McIntosh CourthousePalm Trees line the door of the McIntosh CourthouseEntrance to Judge Bolin's

Situated in Georgia's Coastal Plain, McIntosh County's Courthouse entrance is surrounded by palm trees.

A painting of Judge Bolin's that she donated to the Courthouse Memorabilia piece in Judge Bolin's office.

A donated painting of Judge Bolin's hangs in the McIntosh County Courthouse. On the right, memorabilia from the era of print journalism in Darrien is located in the Judge's office. 

 Gateway Counselor Tammi working with WilliamCounselor Chad Waters talking to his group before session begins

 Two Gateway counselors at work. On the left, counselor Chad Waters horses around with some of the participants while waiting to begin teh weekly two-hour group session on substance abuse and its dangers. On the right, counselor Tami works with William on an intake assessment.

Participants Jere and William

Program participants Jere and WIlliam sign in while waiting to meet with program coordinators. 

Volunteer Brenda Rist with Andrea and Jamal

Volunteer Brenda Rist chats with program participants Andrea and Jamal.

 

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