Brad Shepard Today! Monday, August, 3, 2020

Granville police and fire departments are providing free face masks!
Hampden County Sheriff Nick Cocchi and the department’s song, “Rise Up.”
Eric Carle Museum in Amherst has reopened.
At Heritage Hall in Agawam, Anna Jasmine celebrates her 106th birthday!
Baystate Health implements a new visitation policy.
Dunkin’ offers “Free Coffee Mondays” and “Free Coffee Fridays” in August!
Behavioral Health Network opens a new resource center in Ware.
Governor Baker warns Mass. residents that he may cut the number of people allowed at residences.
New Mass. statewide advisory in effect for travel from COVID-19 “hot spots.”

Radio Show #345 – Hampden County Sheriff Nick Cocchi and “Rise Up”

Hampden County Sheriff Nick Cocchi is proud, as he should be, of his department’s production of an evocative and moving song, “Rise Up.”

The song is inspiring and heartfelt, and brings forth the feeling of the men and women of the Sheriff’s office.

What makes the song and accompanying video particularly unique is that it is performed only and entirely by the staff of the department.

Their level of talent and professionalism is stunning.

In this program, Sheriff Cocchi gives us the story behind the story of “Rise Up.”

The program concludes with the full audio version of the song.

Web: hcsdma.org  •  Email john.evon@sdh.state.ma.us