Score! Holyoke Boys & Girls Club rounds off gym makeover with grant from Hampden District Attorney’s Office –

Hampden County District Attorney Anthony Gulluni and Holyoke Boys and Girls Club president Eileen Cavanaugh spend some time with kids near the new scoreboard at the club purchased with forfeited drug money by Gulluni's office. (Don Treeger / The Republican) 7/18/2022
HOLYOKE — Money from the Hampden district attorney’s office drug forfeiture fund helped top off an extensive renovation of the gymnasium at the Greater Holyoke Boys & Girls Club with a pair of scoreboards.
District Attorney Anthony D. Gulluni on Monday visited the facility in downtown Holyoke that serves hundreds of small children and teens alike with daily sports, schooling, mentoring and leadership programs.
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