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How Dream is giving prisoners a second chance

by Amber Johnson

Sometimes I can’t help but wonder what baseball would be like if the batter got out on the first strike instead of the third. The innings would be over in a flash. Hardly anyone would score. It’s a good thing baseball gives second and third chances. If only the rest of the world worked like that.

At Dream Chocolate, we believe in second chances. We work with the State of Idaho to provide people with second chances through the prison work release program. This program allows trusted prisoners to work during their imprisonment. The prisoners leave only for their work shift where they can earn money while serving their sentence.

This program does a lot for prisoners. It allows prisoners to continue to support their families while in prison and it acts as an incentive program. Sometimes if prisoners involved in the work release program do well, they are given more visits with their families.

At Dream, we support prison work release programs by providing employment. We believe in giving people a second chance. No one is perfect. People make mistakes but that doesn’t mean we can’t change. Even baseball, which gives three chances, expects people to make mistakes. We praise a 50 percent success rate in batting but expect so much more in the rest of the world. I’m glad we don’t keep track of our “batting average” in the rest of the world. Mine sure isn’t perfect; is yours?

How Dream is giving prisoners a second chance

by Amber Johnson

Sometimes I can’t help but wonder what baseball would be like if the batter got out on the first strike instead of the third. The innings would be over in a flash. Hardly anyone would score. It’s a good thing baseball gives second and third chances. If only the rest of the world worked like that.

At Dream Chocolate, we believe in second chances. We work with the State of Idaho to provide people with second chances through the prison work release program. This program allows trusted prisoners to work during their imprisonment. The prisoners leave only for their work shift where they can earn money while serving their sentence.

This program does a lot for prisoners. It allows prisoners to continue to support their families while in prison and it acts as an incentive program. Sometimes if prisoners involved in the work release program do well, they are given more visits with their families.

At Dream, we support prison work release programs by providing employment. We believe in giving people a second chance. No one is perfect. People make mistakes but that doesn’t mean we can’t change. Even baseball, which gives three chances, expects people to make mistakes. We praise a 50 percent success rate in batting but expect so much more in the rest of the world. I’m glad we don’t keep track of our “batting average” in the rest of the world. Mine sure isn’t perfect; is yours?

How Dream is giving prisoners a second chance

by Amber Johnson

Sometimes I can’t help but wonder what baseball would be like if the batter got out on the first strike instead of the third. The innings would be over in a flash. Hardly anyone would score. It’s a good thing baseball gives second and third chances. If only the rest of the world worked like that.

At Dream Chocolate, we believe in second chances. We work with the State of Idaho to provide people with second chances through the prison work release program. This program allows trusted prisoners to work during their imprisonment. The prisoners leave only for their work shift where they can earn money while serving their sentence.

This program does a lot for prisoners. It allows prisoners to continue to support their families while in prison and it acts as an incentive program. Sometimes if prisoners involved in the work release program do well, they are given more visits with their families.

At Dream, we support prison work release programs by providing employment. We believe in giving people a second chance. No one is perfect. People make mistakes but that doesn’t mean we can’t change. Even baseball, which gives three chances, expects people to make mistakes. We praise a 50 percent success rate in batting but expect so much more in the rest of the world. I’m glad we don’t keep track of our “batting average” in the rest of the world. Mine sure isn’t perfect; is yours?

How Dream is giving prisoners a second chance

by Amber Johnson

Sometimes I can’t help but wonder what baseball would be like if the batter got out on the first strike instead of the third. The innings would be over in a flash. Hardly anyone would score. It’s a good thing baseball gives second and third chances. If only the rest of the world worked like that.

At Dream Chocolate, we believe in second chances. We work with the State of Idaho to provide people with second chances through the prison work release program. This program allows trusted prisoners to work during their imprisonment. The prisoners leave only for their work shift where they can earn money while serving their sentence.

This program does a lot for prisoners. It allows prisoners to continue to support their families while in prison and it acts as an incentive program. Sometimes if prisoners involved in the work release program do well, they are given more visits with their families.

At Dream, we support prison work release programs by providing employment. We believe in giving people a second chance. No one is perfect. People make mistakes but that doesn’t mean we can’t change. Even baseball, which gives three chances, expects people to make mistakes. We praise a 50 percent success rate in batting but expect so much more in the rest of the world. I’m glad we don’t keep track of our “batting average” in the rest of the world. Mine sure isn’t perfect; is yours?

How Dream is giving prisoners a second chance

by Amber Johnson

Sometimes I can’t help but wonder what baseball would be like if the batter got out on the first strike instead of the third. The innings would be over in a flash. Hardly anyone would score. It’s a good thing baseball gives second and third chances. If only the rest of the world worked like that.

At Dream Chocolate, we believe in second chances. We work with the State of Idaho to provide people with second chances through the prison work release program. This program allows trusted prisoners to work during their imprisonment. The prisoners leave only for their work shift where they can earn money while serving their sentence.

This program does a lot for prisoners. It allows prisoners to continue to support their families while in prison and it acts as an incentive program. Sometimes if prisoners involved in the work release program do well, they are given more visits with their families.

At Dream, we support prison work release programs by providing employment. We believe in giving people a second chance. No one is perfect. People make mistakes but that doesn’t mean we can’t change. Even baseball, which gives three chances, expects people to make mistakes. We praise a 50 percent success rate in batting but expect so much more in the rest of the world. I’m glad we don’t keep track of our “batting average” in the rest of the world. Mine sure isn’t perfect; is yours?

How Dream is giving prisoners a second chance

by Amber Johnson

Sometimes I can’t help but wonder what baseball would be like if the batter got out on the first strike instead of the third. The innings would be over in a flash. Hardly anyone would score. It’s a good thing baseball gives second and third chances. If only the rest of the world worked like that.

At Dream Chocolate, we believe in second chances. We work with the State of Idaho to provide people with second chances through the prison work release program. This program allows trusted prisoners to work during their imprisonment. The prisoners leave only for their work shift where they can earn money while serving their sentence.

This program does a lot for prisoners. It allows prisoners to continue to support their families while in prison and it acts as an incentive program. Sometimes if prisoners involved in the work release program do well, they are given more visits with their families.

At Dream, we support prison work release programs by providing employment. We believe in giving people a second chance. No one is perfect. People make mistakes but that doesn’t mean we can’t change. Even baseball, which gives three chances, expects people to make mistakes. We praise a 50 percent success rate in batting but expect so much more in the rest of the world. I’m glad we don’t keep track of our “batting average” in the rest of the world. Mine sure isn’t perfect; is yours?

How Dream is giving prisoners a second chance

by Amber Johnson

Sometimes I can’t help but wonder what baseball would be like if the batter got out on the first strike instead of the third. The innings would be over in a flash. Hardly anyone would score. It’s a good thing baseball gives second and third chances. If only the rest of the world worked like that.

At Dream Chocolate, we believe in second chances. We work with the State of Idaho to provide people with second chances through the prison work release program. This program allows trusted prisoners to work during their imprisonment. The prisoners leave only for their work shift where they can earn money while serving their sentence.

This program does a lot for prisoners. It allows prisoners to continue to support their families while in prison and it acts as an incentive program. Sometimes if prisoners involved in the work release program do well, they are given more visits with their families.

At Dream, we support prison work release programs by providing employment. We believe in giving people a second chance. No one is perfect. People make mistakes but that doesn’t mean we can’t change. Even baseball, which gives three chances, expects people to make mistakes. We praise a 50 percent success rate in batting but expect so much more in the rest of the world. I’m glad we don’t keep track of our “batting average” in the rest of the world. Mine sure isn’t perfect; is yours?

How Dream is giving prisoners a second chance

by Amber Johnson

Sometimes I can’t help but wonder what baseball would be like if the batter got out on the first strike instead of the third. The innings would be over in a flash. Hardly anyone would score. It’s a good thing baseball gives second and third chances. If only the rest of the world worked like that.

At Dream Chocolate, we believe in second chances. We work with the State of Idaho to provide people with second chances through the prison work release program. This program allows trusted prisoners to work during their imprisonment. The prisoners leave only for their work shift where they can earn money while serving their sentence.

This program does a lot for prisoners. It allows prisoners to continue to support their families while in prison and it acts as an incentive program. Sometimes if prisoners involved in the work release program do well, they are given more visits with their families.

At Dream, we support prison work release programs by providing employment. We believe in giving people a second chance. No one is perfect. People make mistakes but that doesn’t mean we can’t change. Even baseball, which gives three chances, expects people to make mistakes. We praise a 50 percent success rate in batting but expect so much more in the rest of the world. I’m glad we don’t keep track of our “batting average” in the rest of the world. Mine sure isn’t perfect; is yours?

How Dream is giving prisoners a second chance

by Amber Johnson

Sometimes I can’t help but wonder what baseball would be like if the batter got out on the first strike instead of the third. The innings would be over in a flash. Hardly anyone would score. It’s a good thing baseball gives second and third chances. If only the rest of the world worked like that.

At Dream Chocolate, we believe in second chances. We work with the State of Idaho to provide people with second chances through the prison work release program. This program allows trusted prisoners to work during their imprisonment. The prisoners leave only for their work shift where they can earn money while serving their sentence.

This program does a lot for prisoners. It allows prisoners to continue to support their families while in prison and it acts as an incentive program. Sometimes if prisoners involved in the work release program do well, they are given more visits with their families.

At Dream, we support prison work release programs by providing employment. We believe in giving people a second chance. No one is perfect. People make mistakes but that doesn’t mean we can’t change. Even baseball, which gives three chances, expects people to make mistakes. We praise a 50 percent success rate in batting but expect so much more in the rest of the world. I’m glad we don’t keep track of our “batting average” in the rest of the world. Mine sure isn’t perfect; is yours?

How Dream is giving prisoners a second chance

by Amber Johnson

Sometimes I can’t help but wonder what baseball would be like if the batter got out on the first strike instead of the third. The innings would be over in a flash. Hardly anyone would score. It’s a good thing baseball gives second and third chances. If only the rest of the world worked like that.

At Dream Chocolate, we believe in second chances. We work with the State of Idaho to provide people with second chances through the prison work release program. This program allows trusted prisoners to work during their imprisonment. The prisoners leave only for their work shift where they can earn money while serving their sentence.

This program does a lot for prisoners. It allows prisoners to continue to support their families while in prison and it acts as an incentive program. Sometimes if prisoners involved in the work release program do well, they are given more visits with their families.

At Dream, we support prison work release programs by providing employment. We believe in giving people a second chance. No one is perfect. People make mistakes but that doesn’t mean we can’t change. Even baseball, which gives three chances, expects people to make mistakes. We praise a 50 percent success rate in batting but expect so much more in the rest of the world. I’m glad we don’t keep track of our “batting average” in the rest of the world. Mine sure isn’t perfect; is yours?