Dacula received donation of protective face masks

Beaver Paper, a member of Koehler Paper Group based in Lawrenceville, recently donated anti-microbial face masks to Dacula to help support their COVID-19 response efforts.
Beaver Paper, a member of Koehler Paper Group based in Lawrenceville, recently donated anti-microbial face masks to Dacula to help support their COVID-19 response efforts.

Beaver Paper, a member of Koehler Paper Group based in Lawrenceville, recently donated anti-microbial face masks to Dacula to help support their COVID-19 response efforts.

The donation presented by Donald P. Burke, CFO of Beaver Paper, provides the city with washable and reusable masks that will help protect city employees from the spread of the novel coronavirus as they return to work. The masks will also be available for city hall visitors.

“I want to thank the local businesses for their generosity during this time,” said Mayor Trey King. “Despite business challenges as a result of COVID-19, companies like Beaver Paper continue to make a difference for their community.”

Members of the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce were instrumental in coordinating the donation of face masks to the city.

Latest Dacula city-related COVID-19 information: www.daculaga.gov. Dacula officials are also encouraging citizens to follow the recommendations of the Georgia Department of Public Health: www.dph.georgia.gov.

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