The Highland Village Women’s Club recently presented a check to the Highland Village Police Department for $849.96 for computer monitors in the Patrol Report Writing Room.
Since July 1970, the club has held fundraisers to provide the city with non-budgeted items including:
• Two bicycles, funding for Rosie the Robot, a defibrillator for patrol cars, two VCR’s, two TV’s, a laser printer and a clearing chamber for the police department.
• Two firefighters suits, “Jaws of Life”, an adult backboard, SCBA bottle, a voice amplifier, a child CPR mannequin, a defibrillator, two electronic temperature monitors with supplies and a stokes basket for the fire department.
• Funding for the Police Auxiliary program and badges.
• A water fountain for Copperas Branch Park, a picnic table for Lions Club Park and a park bench for Unity Park.
• Two TV’s for training and two digital cameras for the city.
Each year, the non-profit organization partners with the city to bring residents the “Our Village Glows” tree lighting and holiday celebration.
For more information about the Highland Village Women’s Club, visit their web site at www.highlandvillagewomensclub.org.
Submitted by the City of Highland Village