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Pasadena Clinic finds reward in serving local ISD

Kelsey-Seybold Clinic – Pasadena donated $1,000 and assorted school supplies for Pasadena’s annual “Fill the Bus” school supply drive on August 1.

“I grew up in the Pasadena community, and it feels special to serve the community now as an adult,” said Pasadena Clinic Administrator Melissa Mohammed.

“Fill the Bus” is a partnership between the City of Pasadena, Pasadena Independent School District, and Pasadena Chamber of Commerce aimed at raising money and collecting school supplies to support local teachers and students.

Administrative Supervisor Erica Mancera, Tasnim Choudhury, D.O., Family Medicine, and Melissa were met by appreciative community leaders.

This was Dr. Choudhury’s first year volunteering with the “Fill the Bus” drive. “It’s exciting to be a part of a clinic and organization that gives back to the community,” she said.

From left: Troy McCarley, Associate Superintendent, Pasadena ISD; Rick Guerrero, Economic Development Manager, City of Pasadena; Michelle LeBleu, Executive Director of Special Education, Pasadena ISD; Kenneth Fernandez, Board of Trustees member, Pasadena ISD; Julie Reed, Director of Special Education Compliance, Pasadena ISD; Mayor Jeff Wagner, City of Pasadena; Tasnim Choudhury, D.O., Family Medicine, Kelsey-Seybold Clinic – Pasadena; Melissa Mohammed, Clinic Administrator, Kelsey-Seybold Clinic – Pasadena; Erica Mancera, Administrative Supervisor, Kelsey-Seybold Clinic – Pasadena; Tish Eubanks, Educational Liason, City of Pasadena; Cristina Womack, President, Pasadena Chamber of Commerce.
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