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HOUSTON– Harris County Precinct One Constable Alan Rosen is proud to announce his first toy drive for families in need. “I want to do all I can to make sure your future is the brightest it can be,” says Alan Rosen, Constable Precinct One. “We try to do a toy drive in December and a food drive during the holiday season because the community does so much for us. I’m thankful to all of you and I want to embrace our future.”
Constable Rosen thanked Pastor William Anthony Jordan at Lyons Unity Missionary Baptist Church for hosting the toy drive Saturday afternoon. Sunday evening, Harris County Precinct One Deputy Richard Greason, volunteer David Stribling and Community Outreach Coordinator Erica C. Davis distributed toys at several churches in Acres Home community. “You may know of a neighbor whose circumstances have changed, either due to illness, family complications or unemployment, so please let them know we are here for them.” Families in need were identified by church leaders in the community.
All of the toys were generously provided by the deputies and support staff in Constable Alan Rosen’s Precinct One office. “I am so proud to see the leadership of the churches in our area partnering with us to assist families,” says Erica Davis. This was a memorable afternoon as the Precinct One team brought joy and happiness to many families. Youth Minister Kim Wyatt and church website administrator Adanna McElroy assisted in sorting and distributing the toys and Constable Rosen brought his son Sam Rosen, 12, to help him distribute the toys and see the heart of the Harris County Precinct One Constable’s Office at work in the community.