Choose a Category

Residents Pay Tribute to First Responders

By | Latest News | No Comments

Nearly 2 million dedicated first responders in America put their lives in harm’s way every day by protecting and serving their communities. With the current pandemic, it’s more important than ever to show our gratitude for their service. That’s why on National First Responders Day, residents took to the streets and demonstrated just how much they are appreciated.

Residents were eager to get outside and show their appreciation for their local first responders. The signs were vibrant, and their message was definitely heard.

On Wednesday, October 28, the Travis County Sheriff’s Office and the Lake Travis Fire Department loaded up in their emergency vehicles and paraded throughout the community as residents lined up outside their homes holding thank-you signs showing their appreciation.

Residents were eager to get outside and show their appreciation for their local first responders. The signs were vibrant, and their message was definitely heard.

“The parade was just a small gesture of appreciation for our awesome first responders,” said resident Roseanne Palin. “It was a complete outpour of frivolity, fun and gratitude.”

The Travis County Sheriff’s Office and the Lake Travis Fire Department receiving their thank-you cards signed by residents and team members.

All Longhorn Village residents and team members signed two giant thank-you cards that was given to the first responders. The firemen received an appreciation lunch courtesy of the community from Firehouse Subs, which donates a portion of their sales to support hometown heroes like the Lake Travis Fire Department. The police department received a fitting breakfast consisting of donuts and coffee.

Check out the story featuring the community initiative that was covered by Fox 7 and CBS Austin below!

Open Your Eyes

By | Blog | No Comments

The beautiful nature, and animals on the website are photos that were taken by John Ingram and shared by his wife Adrienne. John Ingram, a resident of Longhorn Village, loved nature. It was often said he could see things that others couldn’t, so he enjoyed capturing what he saw in a photograph and sharing it with others. He often told people to “open their eyes” so they could also see the beauty all around them. Here is a picture of John taking photos here at Longhorn Village.

Resident Spotlight: Broken Arrow

By | Blog | No Comments

When Lt. Ray Whitfield went out on a training mission in February of 1950, he had no idea he would become part of history. The 25-year-old West Point graduate was sent to Alaska to take part in a training mission as part of the Cold War. When the mission went wrong, Whitfield and the crew had to act fast to save lives.

Read More