Whether you want to wear one or not, wearing a mask is a requirement to enter most buildings and is considered a courtesy in general public.

The Hispanic Heritage Committee is offering free masks for San Angelo youths on Saturday, November 14 with their: Covers for Kids! Youth Face Mask initiative.

"The objective of Covers for Kids! Youth Face Mask Distribution is to provide free protection to students whose families do not have the means to purchase multiple face coverings,"

They will be given away at the San Angelo Railway museum. It will be a drive thru event so you just need to follow the signs.

Lanyards will also be provided for easy removal during lunchtime.

The event takes place from 10am-4pm.

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