Last week Attorney Henry Fasoldt spoke at the annual meeting of the Fragment Society, a 200-year-old organization that provides clothing and support to poor women and children.
The group asked Henry to talk about Juvenile Justice in Massachusetts. Group members were particularly interested in this topic as so many of the recipients of their donations are involved in the juvenile court system. The presentation included many questions from the audience; all of which were on-point. Henry came away impressed by the level of dedication, knowledge and interest of the Fragment Society's members.