ExxonMobil Baytown Area presented a check of $20,000 to Hearts and Hands of Baytown Wednesday for its efforts to aid the community during the pandemic. From left are Connie Tilton, ExxonMobil Baytown Area Public and Government Affairs adviser, Pastor Tony Pena of Faith Family Church, Eric Stryk, ExxonMobil Baytown Area Public Affairs Manager, Nikki Rincon, Executive Director of Hearts and Hands, Kaci Pena, coordinator of community impact and investments for the United Way of the Greater Baytown Area and Chambers County, Lori Rumfield, Director of Community Impact and Investments for the United Way of the Greater Baytown Area.

Hearts and Hands of Baytown has been extending plenty of its time and effort during the COVID-19 pandemic by way of giving much of itself to the community.

That’s why ExxonMobil Baytown Area decided to give a little something back.

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