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Tracy Monson, William Manyango recognized by James River Correctional Center

They were named employees of the month.

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James River Correctional Center announced that Tracy Monson was named employee of the month for July, and William Manyango was the employee of the month for August.

Monson is a librarian at JRCC who has been valuable to the Children of Incarcerated Parents Initiative, her supervisor said. She volunteered to work on the Hooked on Book events, a visiting event for children and incarcerated loved ones who will read a book together. Monson was recognized for finding creative ways to work with the residents and going above and beyond in her duties.

Manyango, a correctional officer, was recognized for his professionalism, kindness, willingness to help and building a rapport with staff and residents.

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