Jennifer Roberts (center), director of support services for Lamar CISD, and volunteers with Common Threads looked through cards made by Harrisonville fourth-grade students and daycare children for students at Lamar Consolidated Independent School District in Fort Bend County, Texas. The Harrisonville school district sent clothing and backpacks to Lamar CISD following Hurricane Harvey.
Jennifer Roberts (center), director of support services for Lamar CISD, and volunteers with Common Threads looked through cards made by Harrisonville fourth-grade students and daycare children for students at Lamar Consolidated Independent School District in Fort Bend County, Texas. The Harrisonville school district sent clothing and backpacks to Lamar CISD following Hurricane Harvey. Photo provided
Jennifer Roberts (center), director of support services for Lamar CISD, and volunteers with Common Threads looked through cards made by Harrisonville fourth-grade students and daycare children for students at Lamar Consolidated Independent School District in Fort Bend County, Texas. The Harrisonville school district sent clothing and backpacks to Lamar CISD following Hurricane Harvey. Photo provided

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