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Updated: 10/08/2013 08:00:02AM

Inmates cooking up success

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Seven inmates graduated Monday from the Charlotte County Jail's In2Work program — an eight-week course offered to provide inmates with culinary skills they can use to re-enter the workforce when released. Pictures at Monday's celebration were CDFC Paul Dempster, Captain Earl Goodwyne, proctor Stephanie Zoller, Omar Sanchez, Enoch Rogers, Timothy Pickel, Wayne Dalton, Captain Norman Wilson, Robert Wombolt and Major Mark Caro. (Two inmates could not attend the ceremony).

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Seven inmates graduated Monday from the Charlotte County Jail's In2Work program — an eight-week course offered to provide inmates with culinary skills they can use to re-enter the workforce when released. Pictured at Monday's celebration were CDFC Paul Dempster, Capt. Earl Goodwyne, proctor Stephanie Zoller, Omar Sanchez, Enoch Rogers, Timothy Pickel, Wayne Dalton, Captain Norman Wilson, Robert Wombolt and Maj. Mark Caro. (Two inmates could not attend the ceremony.)

By ADAM KREGER

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Before his incarceration earlier this year for felony harassment, Port Charlotte resident Wayne Dalton had worked various jobs in the restaurant industry. He was a manager at Little Caesars and had been employed by Pizza Hut and Burger King recently.

But being jailed hasn’t stopped the 36-year-old father of five from keeping his culinary skills sharp so he can get back to work when he is released.

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