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The staff at Kyle Correctional Center was given uplifting and thoughtful cards to encourage us during this COVID-19 Pandemic. Photo submitted by Kyle Correctional Center

Words of encouragement sent to Kyle Correctional Center staff

The staff at Kyle Correctional Center was given uplifting and thoughtful cards to encourage them during this COVID-19 Pandemic. The cards were written by some wonderful children from Cypress Creek Church. One of its Bridges To Life Volunteers delivered the cards to Chaplain McComb acknowledging the children had made the cards to encourage the center's staff and to let the staff know they appreciate the center's and that they are not alone. Warden Rodriguez was so excited to receive the cards for the staff. The cards with all their messages of hope, love and prayers are on display for all of the center's staff to enjoy. The Kyle Correctional Staff would like to say “thank you” to these children and the Volunteer Program for appreciating all our hard work and dedication. All of the center's staff personnel are considered essential staff and come to work every day to make sure its community and staff are safe. Warden Rodriguez leads by example for her staff and complies with all MTC and TDCJ regulations. The Kyle Correctional Staff always displays our BIONIC Attitude. (Believe It or Not I Care).

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