GLENN HEIGHTS, Texas – The city of Glenn Heights marked its first observance of Public Service Recognition Week this year through educational partnerships with local schools as well as events honoring volunteers and employees.
The week of May 1-7 is the national observance of PSRW, which has been celebrated the first full week in May for the past 26 years. It is a time set aside to honor the men and women who serve our nation as federal, state, county and local government employees.
Throughout the nation, public servants use this occasion to educate others about the work they do as well as the many ways government services make life better for everyone. Residents are encouraged to honor public servants at all levels of government for the work they do to make the country a better place.
In observance of PSRW, the following events have been scheduled in Glenn Heights.
All city volunteers, including council members, boards, commissions, firefighters and police, were recognized at a program open to the public Monday, May 2, at Shields Elementary.
The city council also signed a proclamation declaring Public Service Recognition Week at its Monday, May 2, meeting at City Hall.
A “Glimpse of City Government” for local students was presented Wednesday at Heritage Park.
The city’s in-house employee recognition program, “Working Together to Make a Difference,” was held for employees Friday, May 6.
For more information about PSRW events, visit www.GlennHeights.com or contact City Hall at 972-223-1690.