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Nashoba Tech Cosmetology Students Hear DA’s ‘Cut It Out’ Program


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cut it out 2016Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan brought her “Cut It
Out” program to Nashoba Valley Technical High School recently. The
program is geared toward training budding cosmetologists and
hairstylists in recognizing the signs of domestic abuse in their
clients because women often confide in their hairstylists. Front row,
from left are Sevina Uphold (senior, Lunenburg), Natasha Suero
(senior, Pepperell), Katherine Wiitala (sophomore, Billerica), Brandi
Harlow-Stevens (sophomore, Fitchburg), Kaitlyn Willets (sophomore,
Ayer), Sofina Russell (senior, Ayer) and Emerald MacLean
(postgraduate, Littleton). Back row, from left, are Alexandra Frias
(sophomore, Lowell), Sarah Woodward (senior, Shirley), Christina
Tsacogianis (sophomore, Pepperell), Deanna Lunardo (sophomore,
Shirley), Samantha Walsh (sophomore, Townsend), DA Ryan, Sydney
Delforte (senior, Groton), Kameron Adams (sophomore, Townsend) and
state Sen. Eileen Donoghue.