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Posted Nov. 16, 2012, at 6:08 p.m.
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WINSLOW | Joseph Hopkins didn’t have to look far to find subject matter when tasked by his English teacher last year to write an essay on an inspirational figure in his life. The Winslow High School football standout selected one of his coaches, longtime Black Raiders defensive coordinator Jim …

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  • mark welch

    Jimmy coached me in Jr high football and in a undefeted state tile season as well. He coached my son in football and also to a state title season. I have taught my son a lot in life but am not to proud to say that some of the most important things in my son’s life were taught to him by Jimmy Poulin. When my son was married last year Jimmy and his wife were there. He’s like family to us and to so many that played for him. Jimmy P. you are the MAN!!!

  • mark welch

    Jimmy coached me in Jr high football and also in a undefeated state title season. He also coached my son in in football and as well to a state title season. I have taught my son a lot in life but I’m not to proud to say that some of the most important things in my son’s life were taught to him by Jimmy Poulin. When my son was married last year Jimmy and his wife were there to share it with us. Jimmy is like family to us and to so many others in our cummuity. He has giving so much to the young people of our town. Jimmy P. you are the Man!!!!
    PS… WINSOW FOOTBALL ROCKS

  • He Who Walks Behind The Rows

    all i can say is ponies bring home a W

  • Anonymous

    Such a nice man and truly an inspiration to the young people of Winslow.

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