Chaz Alexander Coffin, a 2012 Westfield High grad, recently returned to this area. But he’s not just here visiting family and friends — he has one ...
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Westfield grad Chaz Coffin is in “The Scottsboro Boys.”
Creating safe environment is key to opening a discussion.