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Published by Pasadena Chamber, 2020-08-14 10:04:38

Chambergram August 2020

Chambergram August 2020


Pasadena Chamber of Commerce

Register for the 2020 Industrial Appreciation Golf Tournament

Upcoming COVID-19 Information 50/50 Virtual
Events & Resources Fundraiser

YOUR Pasadena Chamber is hosting A compilation of available resources Look inside to see how YOU can
virtual, hybrid & in-person events to for our community from trusted partners win up to $25,000 just in time for the
keep you connected & engaged holiday season

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Your Trusted Pediatric In This Issue...
Team for Times Like These
3 - Message From the President & CEO
The Legacy Pediatric team wants ALL families to know 4 - Welcome New Members
that we are here for you, to answer your ques�ons 5 - Virtual Experience: State of Education
about COVID-19 and provide expert care for your 6 - Diamond & Platinum Partners
children with in-person and video visits! 7 - Platinum Member Spotlight
8 - Virtual Ribbon Cutting
• Newborns to Young Adults • Pediatric Dental 9 - Business Honor Roll
10 - Constituent Connection: Access to Advocacy
• Annual Wellness Exams • Vaccina�ons 11 - Industrial Appreciation Golf Tournament
12 - Serve On The Pasadena Chamber Board
• Schools & Sports Physicals • In-person & Video Visits 13 - Advertise in the 2021 Resource Guide
14 - COVID-19 Information & Resources
• Sick Child Visits • 11 Convenient Loca�ons 15 - 50/50 Virtual Fundraiser
16 - IMPACT Pasadena Update
Immediate Appointments Available! 18 - Educational Resources
New Pa�ents Welcome! 19 - Pasadena Food Pantry Resources
20 - Pasadena Childcare Alternatives
Call (832) 548 5000 to make an appointment or visit 21 - Contact Your Chamber

We accept HMO/PPOs, Medicaid and CHIP, plus
offer programs to reduce the cost of services.

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Cristina Womack

Chamber Members, Partners & Friends, 50/50 Virtual Fundraiser
Happy August! We are six months into COVID-19 and It has been extremely difficult for my team and I over
believe that we are truly adapting to our new reallities. these last several months to not be able to interact with
Although it’s not what we had anticipated 2020 to look our members face to face. Also, not being able to host
like, I am extremely proud of my staff & board of directors our major fundraisers in their typical fashion has placed
for coming together to maintain our mission & vision. a burden on our finances. We wanted to come up with
a solution to help the Chamber financially, while also
Over the past several months, we have developed helping our community, so we created our first ever 50/50
some very unique virtual experiences to replace our Virtual Fundraiser.
“normal” monthly membership luncheons. Most recently,
we hosted Harris County Precinct 2 Commissioner We set our goal to raise $50,000 through the sales of online
Adrian Garcia, who provided the audience with helpful “tickets” that YOU can purchase on our website for only
updates and valuable resources. Over the course of his $50 each. On November 5th, we will draw one lucky
presentation, he focused on programs that have been winner who has the chance to win *up to $25,000.
put in place during COVID-19 with a strong emphasis *Total prize amount will be dependent on number of
on families and small businesses. He spoke of a new tickets sold
partnership he is taking with cities across the precinct, For more information, I encourage you to visit our
#InItToWinIt, that works to strengthen them through webpage by CLICKING HERE
infrastructures projects, improving access to healthcare,
environmental protection enhancements, reducing State of Education
the homeless population, and more. To view the virtual Our next virtual experience will be our State of Education
presentation in its entirety, CLICK HERE. on Thursday, August 27th featuring presentations from Dr.
Ira K. Blake, President of University of Houston Clear Lake,
Industrial Appreciation Golf Tournament Dr. Brenda Hellyer, Chancellor of San Jacinto College and
We are extremely excited for our upcoming Industrial Dr. DeeAnn Powell, Superintendent of Pasadena ISD.
Appreciation Golf Tournament, honoring 2020 Industry of
the Year, Turner Industries, on Tuesday, September 29th. It This virtual presentation will allow attendees to learn how
has been very difficult for us here at the Chamber to not educational leaders are maintaining continuity of learning
be out in the public connecting with our members and amidst an ever-changing landscape, providing equitable
friends. Following CDC guidelines, we are confident that access to connectivity, ensuring student meals and needs
this years tournament will be a great opportunity to spend are met, plus a lot more.
the day together, enjoy the outdoors (and hopefully If you are interested in attending, please CLICK HERE.
some cooler Fall weather) and honor our industries.
On behalf of myself, the board of directors and staff, we
CLICK HERE if you are interested in playing in the are thinking of you all. Please reach out to us if you have
tournament or learning about sponsor opportunities. any needs that we can help fulfill.

Cristina Womack

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Chamber of Commerce NOT A MEMBER YET?

4334 Fairmont Pkwy. Become a chamber member today!
Pasadena, TX 77504 As a member you’ll have access to our
marketing benefits, exciting events & more!
Executive Board
Join the Pasadena Chamber
Melinda Torrison - Chairman,
Meador Staffing Services Gold

Ken Phelps – Past Chair, Phelps Insurance Pundit Services
Alix Fox - Chairman Elect, Chris James
Qualified Properties
Josh Campos, Frost Bank (281) 941-9737
Salvador Serrano, The Serrano Agency
Dr. Allatia Harris, San Jacinto College Bronze

Ryan Taylor, T & T Construction Bank of Texas Blue Wave Pressure Washing
Janet Gonzales Fred Floyd
Board of Directors (713) 289-5840 (713) 505-8169

Mustansir “Mus” Abbas, PostNet Houston Therapy Specialists Mobile Auto Pros
Chris Bezdek, CommunityBank of Texas Atarah Kimmons Fred Floyd
(281) 761-7001
Milea Cosby, PinnacleART (832) 492-4772
Josiah De La Garza, HCA Houston

Healthcare Southeast
Steven Foster, FACHE, CHI St. Lukes Health -

Patients Medical Center
Stacy Gillaspey, Communities In Schools

Cheri Hutcherson, Ameraflex
Dr. Tommy Hysler, Houston Area

Safety Council
Chad Jennings, Chevron Phillips Chemical

Samuel Jimenez, McDonald’s
Deborah Moseley, The Bridge Over

Troubled Waters
Margie Pena, BakerRipley
Jeffrey Reich-Hale, Jelvin’s Candy Shoppe
Ruben Villareal, Alleluya Broadcasting
Linda Wischnewsky, Bayway Auto Group

Ex-Officio Directors

Dwayne Busby, U of H Clear Lake Work Horse Facilities Maintenance ZenBusiness
Nelson Espitia, Harris Co. Precinct 2 Brian Husband Ross Buhrdorf
Pedro Garcia, Port of Houston Authority (281) 429-8884 (844) 493-6249
David Gressett, Kaneka
Rick Guerrero, Pasadena EDC
Dr. Sandra Hughes, Texas Chiropractic College
Dr. DeeAnn Powell, Pasadena ISD
Herman Williams, Qualified Properties

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Virtual Event Education
An Evolving Landscape
11:30 - VIP Meet & Greet
12:00 - Program

Featuring Dr. Ira K. Blake Dr. Brenda Hellyer Dr. DeeAnn Powell
President Chancellor Superintendent
UHCL San Jacinto College Pasadena ISD

The Pasadena Chamber of Commerce’s Annual State of Education will feature discussions with
Dr. Ira Blake (UHCL), Dr. Brenda Hellyer (San Jacinto College), and Dr. DeeAnn Powell (PISD).
Attendees will learn how educational leaders are maintaining continuity of learning amidst an

ever changing landscape, providing equitable access to connectivity, ensuring student meals and
needs are met, and more. Join us virtually to learn what to expect for the 2020-2021 academic

school year and how businesses can provide support to our educational institutions and available
resources for parents navigating evolving student learning environments.


Platinum Sponsor: $1,000 - SOLD OUT, MD Anderson Cancer Center Individual Tickets
Silver & Gold Sponsor benefits PLUS a 3 minute verbal commercial *Pay What You Can
at beginning of program
Please support the Pasadena
Gold Sponsor: $500 Chamber of Commerce however
Silver Sponsor benefits PLUS logo on event page, verbal recognition you can so that we can continue
during event, access for 2 to the VIP Virtual Meet & Greet with the
three panelists prior to event to bring valuable information &
resources to the businesses in our
Silver Sponsor: $250 communities. We know everyone
Virtual Business Spotlight that includes your name in presentation & has been impacted in different
company provided marketing material emailed to all registered
attendees after the event ways and we look forward to
connecting with you on Aug. 27th
*Non-Member Sponsorship pricing subject to $100 surcharge

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Diamond Partners

Platinum Partners

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Platinum Member Spotlight

Shell Federal Credit Union

Shell Federal Credit Union is always looking for ways to help educators and
now they want to help you Clear Your List!

If you are a teacher in Harris County, there are three ways you can enter
the contest and get some help with your supply list.

1) “Like” their Facebook post by CLICKING HERE
2) “Like” the Shell FCU Facebook page by CLICKING HERE
3) Direct Message your supply list to iLife by CLICKING HERE

Entries must be submitted by 5pm on Monday, August 31st. Winner will
be contaced by Friday, September 4th. Maximum value of prize is $250.
Must be a teacher in Harris County to qualify.

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Business Honor Roll

We applaud these individuals, organizations, and firms that have renewed their financial
commitment to the growth of our community through their continued investment in the
chamber. We appreciate each and every one of you.

5-10 years 21-25 years

Associated Credit Union (Inside H.E.B.) American Acryl
Council of Business Women Bay Area
Dannenbaum Engineering Corporation Mac Haik Ford Pasadena

Days Inn & Suites 26-50 years
Gardner & Martin Inc
John H. Somerville CPA APM
Michael P. Jackson Emerson
ProHealth Wellness Solutions Haldor Topsoe Inc
Right At Home - Pasadena InkSpot Printing
Windshire Apartments International Longshoreman’s Assoc Local 28
LBC Houston
11-15 years McDonald’s - Spencer Hwy
Mosher, Seifert & Co CPA’s
Baycenter Family Physician PA OxyVinyls LP
Curb Planet Inc Pasadena Little Theatre
Pasadena Police Officers Union
Doctors United Surgery Center Qualified Properties Inc
Kiwanis Club - Pasadena State Farm Insurance - Scott Loomis
Mi Tierra Auto Sales Inc Sunset United Methodist Church
Savannah Cafe’ & Bakery
51+ years
16-20 years
James Plumbing Co Inc.
A.C. Cut Rate Wholesale
Brooks Concrete

Pasadena Health Center
Trustmark National Bank

Visit to find out how YOU can become a member of our Chamber!

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Pictured: Screen 1 of 3 captured during the main
session of our first Constituent Connection.

Pasadena Chamber Offers Unique Opportunity
for Members to Meet Elected Officials

YOUR Pasadena Chamber has done it again! We took an event that
we have always hosted in-person (Elected Officials Reception) and
turned it into a unique, virtual experience; Constituent Connection:
Your Access To Advocacy.

WHATEVER YOUR FINANCIAL GOALS ... Limited to 50 participants, this member only event was customized
so that each member attendee had the chance to visit with/virtually
We’ll help you reach them. meet all elected officials in attendance. As a bonus, this virtual
experience provided a platform for each attendee to network with
As your needs change, so do your goals. Get financial guidance and other members in attendance.

access to these products and services: How did we do it? YOUR Pasadena Chamber knew that we still
had to bring YOU, our members, valuable events that allow you to
• Life and disability insurance • Charitable giving solutions #connectwithyourcommunity. This meant researching the many
capabilities of our new friend, ZOOM. We utilized the breakout room
• Retirement options • Brokerage account services portion of this technology so that we could start together in a “main
session” with opening remarks from Chamber leadership, presenting
• Annuities • Education funding sponsor Chevron Phillips Chemical Company, and Congresswoman
Sylvia Garcia.
• Mutual funds
Once the main session concluded, attendees were broken up into
Together we’ll create a financial strategy that reflects your goals groups of 7-9 and “moved around” to the four breakout rooms we
and values. created: State 1, State 2, County & City, that each had a variety of
elected officials waiting to greet them.
Jerry Roth
MBA, CFP®, FIC We are so thankful to our elected officials and their staff, our sponsors,
Wealth Advisor our guests and our Chamber staff for hosting this event.

James A Guthrie Thrivent was named one of Pictures of the event can be found by CLICKING HERE.
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2020 Industry of the Year:

Industrial Appreciation
Golf Tournament

Tuesday, September 29th Questions Or More Information:

Registration: 7:30 am Julianne Echavarria, Events & Programs Coordinator
Shotgun Start: 9:00 am 281.487.7871 or [email protected]

Timber Creek Golf Course Chair: Ryan Taylor, T & T Construction
Phone: 281-808-8622
4554 FM 2351
Friendswood, TX 77546

Sponsor Opportunities

Titleist - $3,000 - SOLD OUT 50/50 Raffle Sponsor - $2,000

(2) Four-Person Teams SOLD OUT - T & T Construction

(1) Promotional Tent Logo Printed On All Raffle Tickets

(3) Hole Signs Logo Recognition on Marketing/Signage

Logo on Promotional Video Awards Sponsor - $500
Premier Recognition at Tournament SOLD OUT - Shell Federal Credit Union
Premier Recognition on Marketing/Signage
Recognition at Industry of the Year Luncheon Logo on Signage at Awards Table

Tent Sponsor - $600

Driver - $2,000 Hole Sponsor - $125
*Longest Drive - $250
(2) Four-Person Teams OR SOLD OUT *Closest to the Pin - $250
(1) Team & (1) Promotional Tent *Monster Drive - $250
(2) Hole Signs *Limited Sponsorships Available
Special Recognition at Tournament
Lunch Sponsors - No Fee
Special Recognition on Marketing/Signage
Provide Lunch For 200 People

Putter - $1,200 SOLD OUT - Fully Promoted of Webster Bag Sponsor
SOLD OUT - Kicker Insures Me - Putting Contest Sponsor
(1) Four-Person Team
(1) Hole Sign Donation Needs
Logo Recognition at Tournament
Provide 200 Promo Items For Golfer Swag Bags
Logo Recognition on Marketing/Signage

Towel Sponsor - $500 - SOLD OUT - Ameraflex surcharge on sponsorships Just Want To Play?

You provide 200 towels with your logo on $100 $700 - Four Person Team
them to distribute to golfers $175 - individual Player
Logo Recognition at Tournament
Logo Recognition on Marketing/Signage for non chamber members

Online Registration:

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Serve on the Chamber Board

Members and Friends,

The Pasadena Chamber of Commerce is seeking your input! The Board of Directors of the Pasadena Chamber sets the tone, policy
and direction of the organization and, to a major extent, many directions for the community. Directors should value the mission:
To promote economic development and community growth to ensure the prosperity of Pasadena’s businesses and citizens and
purpose of the chamber to advocate and connect our community through serving and educating our members. Each year, new
members are elected to the Board of Directors to serve for 3 year terms.

The primary role as a Board member is (1) to contribute to the defining 2020 Board of Directors being “sworn in” at the 2019 Annual Gala
of the organization mission and vision, (2) governing the fulfillment of
that mission and compliance with organizations bylaws, (3) providing
oversight in policy and position statement development, and (4)
maintaining fiduciary responsibility and awareness of the resources
of the organization. The only eligibility requirements in the By-Laws for
directors seeking a three-year term are that the person be a member in
good standing (dues current) and not currently running for an elected
office. Perhaps the most important unwritten criteria are leadership,
good judgment, and a willingness to serve the membership through
quality time and effort.

Requirements that should be known and agreed upon by prospective candidates for the board are 1) commitment to attend
the day-long retreat session each year; 2) mandatory service on at least one standing or event committee; 3) attend monthly
meetings at 3:30pm on the 3rd Monday of each month (meetings normally last between 1½ to two hours in length, with a few going
longer due to a heavy agenda). The By-Laws read that any director may be removed from the Board following three consecutive
absences or fails to attend at least fifty percent of the regularly called meeting each year, but we urge directors to make every
meeting possible. Perhaps the most important meeting of the year is the one-day retreat for the existing and incoming board and
committee chairs. It is an excellent time to learn about the nuts and bolts of Chamber policies and activities, as well as to get to
know other new and continuing directors on the Board. For a full description of Board responsibilities and code of conduct click

If you would like to nominate someone or yourself to serve
in this capacity please complete the application here and
email it to Cristina Womack at [email protected]
org no later than August 31, 2020. Following the deadline for
applications, the Nominating Committee will meet to review
and recommend the slate of directors for the current Board of
Directors to approve in a subsequent board meeting.

If you have any questions about the process or nominations
please don’t hesitate reaching out to Cristina directly.

Board Members Salvador Serrano & Melinda Torrison at Taste of the Town

Thank you for your continued investment in the chamber and support in finding the next candidates to serve on the board.

Best Regards,
Cristina Womack
President & CEO
Pasadena Chamber of Commerce

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Discover Pasadena

2021 Resource Guide

SPACE RESERVPiAmTaI•OSNaffSorAd R• TEhaNtcOheWr ROesPouErcNe Guide

Dear Chamber Member,

Tell your story to thousands of business owners, residents and

visitors. The Discover Pasadena 2021 Resource Guide is
the best way to reach that market.

Connect with thousands of visitors, new residents and fellow
chamber and community members to help grow and market
your services to Pasadena and beyond. Town Square
Publications will publish the 2021 full color printed publication
with the online and mobile editions accessible from the
Chamber's home page so that we share your direct linked
story with a global audience.

In addition, the publication will also be replicated online via
Town Square’s National Profile Network, as well as on the
Pasadena Chamber of Commerce website further extending
the exposure of your advertising message and increasing your
search engine optimization.

Don’t miss the opportunity to promote your services to visitors,
residents and business owners!

Our representative from Town Square Publications is Tom O’Sullivan. You may reach him by completing the
information below and faxing it to Tom at (800) 621-0256, call him at 859-963-1430 or email to
[email protected] to review the details.

Get your business noticed and keep it successful. Purchase your advertising space with one of the most effective
publications in the Pasadena Chamber community.

Sincerely, Fill out the form below and email
to: [email protected]

Cristina Womack – President / CEO

YES! I am interested in advertising in the Pasadena Chamber’s

Discover Pasadena 2021 Resource Guide!

Business Name Contact

Business Address City

Phone Fax

Email Address

You may also fax this sheet to Tom O’Sullivan at (800) 621-0256,
call Tom at 859-963-1430 or email him at [email protected]

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At the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce, we realize that you may be inundated with news and resources as it
relates to the COVID-19 crisis we are all currently going through. Because of that, we have dedicated this issue of
Chambgram to placing all the resources that are available to you in one place.
We are also keeping our website updated daily with all the latest news and resources. CLICK HERE to view our
COVID-19 webpage.

State, County & City News

For the latest news and information from our state, county & city officials, please click the appropriate logo below.

For the latest news and information from our local educational institutions, please click the appropriate logo below.

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While our worlds, businesses, schedules, and plans have been interrupted, altered and in some cases forever changed, we have
continued to engage the 2020 Leadership Class in a significant way. The reality of the last several months has given us a great
opportunity to study, discuss and learn about leadership. Like all of you, our lack of ability to gather face to face has not stopped us
from meeting and connecting. We have been communicating with the class for the last several months weekly through Zoom, as
well as through weekly newsletter communications. The dialogue and learning have been great. This is truly an exceptional group of
leaders who are positioned in our community as influencers who are making an impact in our community.

Here is a quick update on what we have accomplished with IMPACT Pasadena so far in 2020:

IMPACT Leadership
We have created a weekly learning schedule and check-in with the group.
Over the last several months, participants have been working on:
• Clarifying their definition of leadership. They have written a corporate

definition of leadership which we have been reviewing regularly through
the lens of what we are experiencing in leadership in the workplace,
our community, and our nation. Here is what they have come up with:
“Leadership is valuing others while positively influencing them toward
purpose formed through shared vision and conviction.”
• Defining their personal life vision statements along with their core values.
• We have also been progressing through the 15 Invaluable Laws of Growth
which is a mastermind on personal growth and development.

With the gift of technology, we were able to host and facilitate an exceptional training with one of our scheduled speakers for our
originally planned Washington DC Trip. We facilitated a 3-hour training with Colonel Kevin Farrell, US Army Retired after 30+ years. He
is a historian, author, and the CEO of Battlefield Leadership. The training took us on a historical leadership journey through Winston
Churchill as well as an in-depth study of the leadership lessons from Ernest Shackleton. This led us into a discussion around historical
leadership lessons in times of severe crisis and the leadership in our current global crisis.


In early June, our programming was abundant with a half day meeting with Dr. John Butler,
Faculty Director of Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs, Senior Faculty McCombs School of Business,
where he discussed leadership in these tumultuous times and his outlook and perspective
on the current climate of the nation. Dr. Butler spoke to the 2019 class last year on business
development and the entrepreneurship of Austin. He was one of the most educational and
informative speakers from last year.

To close the month of June, we had the opportunity to facilitate our first hybrid cohort meeting day with
half the class joining via Zoom and half in person. We were hosted by our partners, PinnacleART with the
upmost safety protocols in place regarding social distancing and face coverings. The purpose of the
meeting was to continue exploring leadership in this unprecedented and extraordinary time. We had
the opportunity to hear from our partners in education, nonprofit, emergency management and first
responders including Dr. DeeAnn Powell – Superintendent, PISD, Dr. Brenda Hellyer – Chancellor, San
Jacinto College, Olivia Rivers – Deputy Director, The Bridge Over Troubled Waters, Frank Bengochea –
Emergency Management Coordinator, Pasadena OEM, and Chief Josh Bruegger – Pasadena Police
Department. We learned about how our community partners are adapting to the current state of the
nation, how their industries have been affected, and how they’ve kept their leadership and core values at the forefront of all the
decisions and challenges they’ve been faced with.

In July, we continued the conversation and dug deeper into exploring leadership in the midst of the pandemic and had the
opportunity to hear from our partners in the Pasadena Faith Community and an extension of our nonprofit partners including
BakerRipley Cleveland Campus, Pasadena Health Center, and the Salvation Army East Harris County. We were hosted by IMPACT
Participant Diane Phelan at San Jacinto Intermediate School where she is the proud principal. The community leaders shared with
us via Zoom their take on leadership and what their organizations have been doing to aid in the biggest challenges they see the
community currently facing. They also shared their outlook on the progress they’ve seen in the community in terms of collaboration
and the opportunities for engagement and aid they see in the near future and what the IMPACT class can keep top of mind as
they venture into their Collective Impact Core Project. During this session, the group was introduced to the theory of Collective
Impact and the opportunity that lies to craft a strategy that lays the foundation of collaboration, effective community impact, and
plans for the future enrichment of the city of Pasadena.

Where are we headed?
While there is growing optimism around the opening of our city, state, and nation we recognize things are subject to change daily.
We will continue to engage the class with regular communication and on-going leadership training.
As you can see, we are continuing to provide, as Ken Phelps would say, Next-Level experiences and engagement for the IMPACT
2020 Leadership class. We hope to return to the planned schedule before the end of the summer but regardless, we will continue to
sow into and serve this incredible group of leaders.
We will begin the application process for IMPACT Pasadena 2021 in the coming weeks. If you are interested in applying for the next
cohort, please be on the lookout for information coming to you via email very soon.

Educational Resources

Coronavirus Best Practices for Small Businesses”
The US Chamber of Commerce recently put out a “Coronavirus Best Practices for Small Businesses” that will allow you
to manage the situation for your employees and customers.
CLICK HERE to view.
Some key items included in this guide are how to prioritize critical operations, proper cleaning procedures in the
workplace, procedures for sick employees, teleworking policies, employee communication, and much more.

How to Track & Contain COVID-19 Cases in the Workplace; Advice for Employers
As the state and local economy continues to reopen, Houston-area businesses are rightly concerned about
protecting the health of their employees and customers as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
But what are the protocols when it comes to tracking cases of the virus in the workplace and what are
the parameters of an employer’s actions? The Partnership has developed a comprehensive document
to guide companies on these protocols. Managing Covid-19 Cases in the Workplace, outlines the steps
recommended for managing confirmed or suspected cases:
1. Identify a confirmed or suspected case of Covid-19. This is done either by identifying symptoms during

screening, employees self-reporting their symptoms or an employee receiving a positive test for
2. Isolate or quarantine the identified employee until it is safe to go home, or send the employee home.
Have the employee isolate for at least 14 days.
3. Investigate whom the employee had close contact with at least 48 hours prior to having symptoms. The
contacts employers should consider could involve third-party vendors or contractors as well as other
4. Inform the employees or others who had close contact with the suspected or confirmed coronavirus
case at the workplace, but do not disclose who the employee is.
CLICK HERE to read the full document

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Food Pantry Resources

Provided by the Pasadena Chamber of Commerce

We highly recommend calling to comfirm hours and availability prior
to driving over, knowing that things change daily.

If you know of any other local distribution site, or want to volunteer or donate food to any of
these sites, please call 281-487-7871


Pasadena Community Ministries Parkgate Community Church
2301 South Houston, Pasadena, 77502 3715 Preston Rd, Pasadena, 77505

Phone: 713-477-4336 Phone: 281-487-4283
Hours: Tues/Thur, 9am-12pm, 1st Sat, 10-12pm Hours: Wed, 10am - 2pm

Sarah’s House St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
711 Perla, Pasadena, 77502 705 Williams St., Pasadena, 77506

Phone: 713-475-1480 Phone: 713-473-6300
Hours: (Call for appointment) Hours: Wed, 7:30am until supplies run out

The Salvation Army South Avenue Baptist Church
2732 Cherrybrook Ln, Pasadena, 77501 605 Preston Rd, Pasadena, 77503

Phone: 713-378-0020 Phone: 713-472-0450
Hours: M-TH, 8:30am - 11:30am, Fri, 1-2pm Hours: 8/11, 8/25 9-11:45am

Sunset United Methodist Church GET Church
709 Allendale Rd, Pasadena, 77502 2232 Strawberry Rd, Pasadena, 77502

Phone: 713-473-7657 Phone: 713-543-1150
Hours: Mon-Wed, 9am - 12pm Hours: 3rd Sat, 10am until supplies run out


BakerRipley Cleveland Campus
7902 Fairmont Pkwy, Pasadena, 77505

Phone: 713-944-9186
Food Fair Dates:
08/25 at 11am


Community members can visit various Blessing Boxes and take
any non-perishable food items from the locations below:

Asbury UMC First UMC Pasadena
5354 Space Center Blvd 1062 Fairmont Pkwy

Pasadena, 77505 Pasadena, 77504
281-484-4814 281-487-8787

Hope Community UMC
2838 Lily

Pasadena, 77503

For more information on additional food pantries in the Southeast TX region, please visit The
Houston Food Bank’s Partner Location page at

United Way Helpline: Dial 211 to find local resources you may need 24/7

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The Purpose of the Pasadena Chamber is to ADVOCATE & CONNECT
our community through SERVING & EDUCATING our members

Contact YOUR Chamber Staff

Cristina Womack Jamie Huffar Erin Webb
President/ CEO Director of Finance Director of
Marketing & Media
& Operations

Julianne Echavarria Elizabeth Cox
Events & Programs Member Relations

Coordinator Coordinator

Follow The Pasadena Chamber of Commerce 4334 Fairmont Parkway
on Social Media! Pasadena, TX 77504
(Main) 281.487.7871
Follow us on FB, Twitter, IG & YouTube (Fax) 281.487.5530
Like, share, comment, repost! Our Facebook, Twitter
and Instagram pages help us spread the word about all
[email protected]
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