COLDSPRING — Residents and business owners in the Coldspring community came together on Wednesday in support of the county’s law enforcement officers.
A luncheon was provided at the Coldspring Community Building, donated by Joe’s Italian Restaurant, and donations for the event were used to purchase gift certificates, which were drawn by the officers.
Also, the officers were given prayer books and Rtic travel mugs, and of course, dessert.
Additionally, the San Jacinto County Commissioners Court proclaimed the week of May 14-20 as National Law Enforcement Week during the court’s Wednesday meeting.
Businesses offering donations for those that put their lives on the line every day include:
Joe’s Italian Restaurant, Freddy’s Auto Repair, Eastex Title Co., People’s State Bank, Good Promotions, Oh Taste and See Bakehouse, Brookshire Brothers, McClain’s Food Market, Arizpe Family, Elite Treats, Ductwork Depot, Rainbow Road LLC, Coldspring Community Center, First Sip Coffee House, A+ Donuts, Coldspring Creamery, Kingwood Signs, San Jacinto County Republican Party, Bank of San Jacinto, Somebody Cares Ministry, Trinity River Food Bank and Texan Physical Therapy.