Lisa Caracci, Executive Director for the Steuben County Habitat for Humanity and William Pierce, Asst. Supt. for School Operations are pictured with one of the 8,000 masks that were recently donated by Habitat for Humanity to the Corning-Painted Post Area School District.
The Assistant Supt. for School Operations, William Pierce stated, “This is a wonderful example of a partnership with one of our community programs that we truly value, and that resonates across staff and students in our school district. We are grateful for the work of Habitat for Humanity of Steuben County, and the generous donation of 8,000 masks that will play a tremendous role in our reopening in September.”