The office of Harris County Precinct 4 Commissioner Jack Cagle recently donated 3,000 masks to the Greater Heights Area Chamber of Commerce, which is giving them to local schools so they can be distributed to members of the community.
The chamber said the masks were delivered last Friday by Precinct 4 representatives Patti Parks and Peggy Peyton. According to the chamber, it was recognized by Cagle’s office because of its community outreach during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“It is because of your hard work and dedication to those we mutually serve that our community will persevere,” Elizabeth Stinsman, director of the community assistance department for Precinct 4, said in a statement released by the chamber of commerce. “The commissioner’s office is pleased to play a small part in your important role of providing and serving, not only the constituents of Precinct 4, but also the residents of Harris County.
The chamber said it is providing the masks to the following area schools: Frank Black Middle School, Garden Oaks Montessori Magnet, Helms Elementary, Katherine Smith Elementary, Heights High School, Northside High School, Waltrip High School and Booker T. Washington High Schools. The schools will then distribute them in the community based on need.