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|Body=  On March 31, 1892, was passed a bill authorizing the appointment of a commission to select a site for a new institution as the Eastern Ohio Insane Asylum, now the [[Massillon State Hospital]].  
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|Body=  [[Colorado State Industrial School for Boys|Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center (“LMYSC”)]], known to all who reside or work there as “The Hill,” has served the state of Colorado as a forward thinking youth corrections program for more than a century. On February 12, 1881, Governor Pitkin enacted enabling legislation to create a humane and progressive rehabilitative school for incorrigible young men between the ages of 7 and 16.  
 
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Revision as of 03:03, 7 August 2022

Featured Image Of The Week

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Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center (“LMYSC”), known to all who reside or work there as “The Hill,” has served the state of Colorado as a forward thinking youth corrections program for more than a century. On February 12, 1881, Governor Pitkin enacted enabling legislation to create a humane and progressive rehabilitative school for incorrigible young men between the ages of 7 and 16.