MADISON, Ala. – Madison City Schools received a generous donation of masks from a Decatur company.
The donation of 750 masks was made possible through a community impact grant from the Ascend Cares Foundation. According to the company, the masks are designed to last longer, resist mildew and odor buildup and are made from a patented anti microbial polymer with zinc ions.
Superintendent Ed Nichols and district Nursing Supervisor Bonnie Davis accepted the donation on behalf of Madison City Schools.
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