Cox Communications donates 700 face masks to 4 youth organizations

COX COMMUNICATIONS field service supervisors Carl Walker, left, and Ed Cushing deliver face mask donations to Paula Lapierre, finance assistant with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northern Rhode Island. / COURTESY COX COMMUNICATIONS
WEST WARWICK – Cox Communications has donated 700 face masks to four nonprofit organizations that serve Rhode Island children. Recipients include the Boys & Girls Club of East Providence, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northern Rhode Island, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Warwick, and Connecting for Children & Families in Woonsocket. The face…

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