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Rosa Bentley of Lynn lets out a chant as she protests GLSS with her fellow members of the Massachusetts Senior Action Council.

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Barbara Monteiro of Lynn puts her hand up and yells as she protests against GLSS CEO Paul Crowley with fellow members of the Massachusetts Senior Action Council in August.

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GLSS Protest

Members of the Massachusetts Senior Action Council gather in front of Greater Lynn Senior Services on Friday to protest the resignation of Lynn Senior Center Director Stacey Minchello and express issues with GLSS CEO Paul Crowley.

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June Tracy holds up a cane as she protests GLSS with the Massachusetts Senior Action Council.

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Peggy Murphy of Lynn prepares for the protest in front of GLSS on Friday, organized by Massachusetts Senior Action Council.

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Members of the Massachusetts Senior Action Council gather in front of Greater Lynn Senior Services on Friday to protest the resignation of Lynn Senior Center Director Stacey Minchello and express issues with GLSS CEO Paul Crowley.

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Georgia Mullen of Lynn speaks about her dislike of GLSS CEO Paul Crowley during a protest organized at GLSS by the Massachusetts Senior Action Council.

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More than three dozen seniors protested on the front steps of the Greater Lynn Senior Services (GLSS) headquarters Friday afternoon and demanded CEO Paul Crowley come out to speak with them. The angry crowd stood in support of Stacey Minchello. The former Lynn Council on Aging director resigned following a complaint she filed with the…

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