We Unite The Community Through The Creation Of A Sound Infrastructure, Business Opportunities, Civic, and Community Cooperation To Provide For A Successful, Long Term Planning Commitment, To Ensure A Sustainable Quality Of Life.
We would like to thank everyone for a successful turnout for National Night Out – Town Hall 2021 for Harris County MUD 304 and Harris County Constables Office Precinct 4.
The event began with DJ Ken playing an excellent selection of music.
The presentation was hosted by Sergeant Zitsman and his team, Deputy Hendricks and Deputy Brown, our two Patrol Deputies; for the District. Information focused on keeping our Families and Neighbors safe as well our properties. In addition, the importance of staying in constant communication and being observant, “Vacation Watch”, and helpful hints on matters concerning unexpected lawful situations. Our Patrol Team was also available for questions and answers as well as taking the time for photo opportunities.
Community Leaders were also on hand to be a participant and offer their support. We extend appreciation for coordinating the Back Packs give-a-ways, to Ms. Mary Blow and Ms. Sandra Ford. The youngsters also enjoyed a moment in a raffle presented by Mr. Ray Arce of Roach & Associates.
With special appreciation for Spring ISD Operations and Thompson Elementary School and Janitorial for their dedication.
Also, in attendance was Deputy Kissam (HCSO) who received a Service Award from the Board on behalf of our Residents for his years of service to the community.
Thank you my fellow Board Members who were in attendance.
As the long road ahead for recovery continues for many of our fellow neighbors in Louisiana, Fallbrook Church and its leadership under the direction of Mr. Spencer Foreman, spent and evening preparing dozens of boxes with supplies to be transported to the affected areas and victims.
Their dedication and commitment to bring a glimmer of hope in the hearts of others was shared throughout the evening.
Please remember those in need and are still suffering from Hurricane Ida across the way in Louisiana.
Our many thanks to the volunteers, military men and women, civil workers, Churches, and others who have offered assistance both locally and on location. There is still much more to be done, so please keep them in your prayers.
“The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you.” Famous Blues Artist B.B. King It has been a long road for all of us while dealing with COVID-19, and even at times the stresses of life and bearing tasks.