Columbia Correctional Institution, (CCI); PO Box 900; Portage, Wi 53901
Note: Kirk has donated to FFUP some beautiful crocheted hats and scarves. To view and perhaps purchase, go to the prisoner arts and crafts blog. All proceeds go to further our work with prisoners and their families. We are a volunteer group and recieve no wages. Most of our work comes out of our own very shallow pockets, so all financial help is needed. Click here to view the hats and scarves:
View Kirk Skopinski's crosheted hats and scarves
Personal stuff:date of release: parole eligible; white; age::38; birthday: 2-14-67; never married
Physical description: height: 6 ft; weight: 2oo pounds; hair: brown, eyes :brown
More about myself: I stay in shape by working out, playing basketball, handball and running.
I don’t have a lot of hobbies. In my free time I for the most part sit and crochet. I make all kinds of things from baby clothing to sweaters, afghans, and anything with a pattern.
I’m allowed to write other prisoners. I don’t mind who I write, male or female.- any age. I don’t know any languages except English.
I’m just looking for friends to correspond with. It’s always good to hear from people in the free world and stay in touch with what’s going on. I’ve never corresponded with a person from another country so that would be very interesting. We first came in contact with this man while he was in solitary in WSPF. Through heroic struggle he did get himself transferred. He is willing to donate some of his crochet work to FFUP – what we need is someone who would help us sell his and other donated inmate arts and crafts on the web. If you are web savvy, have some time and are interested, please contact the numbers below.
Note:As with other penpals on our sites, we encouraging you to use our PO Box if you do not wish to give the inmate your address. Make sure you give us your real address so we can forward the inmate's mail to you Also, use our email to ask any questions, make suggestions or get advise for any problems you encounter with this inmate. PO Box: FFUP (Forum for Understanding Prisons), PO Box 285; Richland Center, Wi 53581; email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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