We bookended our “zoom call” collages hoping positive images and stories of the good will that continues in Georgetown will uplift and encourage.
One thing that has not suffered in these challenging weeks is the collective creativity of friends and neighbors around town. In an effort to spread good thoughts, inspire kindness—and maybe stay busy—neighborhoods found ways to entertain and engage.
Below, this common area at Georgetown Village was an inspiration in the early days of Stay Home, Stay Safe, and the perfect background for our kindness collage. Although separated, we have all been closer in spirit.
CLOCKWISE: Teddy bear hunts were common from Round Rock to Jarrell; this big guy guarded the home of a Georgetown firefighter.
Jack (10) supplied some of his own artwork to the many painted rocks that appeared all over Teravista neighborhoods for popup scavenger hunting. Artwork included aliens, ladybugs, hotdogs, Grover, Eeyore, and more.
River Rock Church hosted two blood drives at City Lights, both of which
were fully booked.
Coach Amber Sladecek produced, posted, and worked out in awesome daily workout videos to keep the students at Carver Elementary fit and focused during home-school P.E.
Mary-Ellen Thomas created flamingos and more on her front door for passers-by to enjoy. (Photo courtesy of Mary-Ellen on Facebook)
Neighbors created a mobile Tiki Bar to visit at a distance in Walnut Springs Estates. (Photo courtesy Renee Noelle)