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Since opening our doors, we have been committed to creating the safest possible environment for our residents and employees. This has not changed during the COVID-19 pandemic. We remain vigilant while closely monitoring the fluid situation.

While Travis County stay-at-home orders remain in effect, we are still restricting visitors to our campus until further notice. Residents and team members are reminded to follow all guidance from local, state and federal officials.

Despite the situation, the community continues to witness a strong, resilient spirit among residents and team members. Here are just a few of the many ways residents are staying connected to one another while staying safe:

  • Zooming together – Residents have been having dinner parties, trivia nights, book clubs, Bible studies and more.
  • Making Music – We’ve hosted live music to entertain residents safely, and our very own resident DJ hosts Songs by the Swanz, playing favorites throughout the community.
  • Staying Fit – Our fitness team puts the focus on wellness by creating fun, themed workouts, and taking them throughout the community so residents can keep fit while socially distancing.

The comments and gestures of support from families and the community are certainly helping as the community manages this challenge one day at a time. Overall, Longhorn Village remains in good spirits. We’re proud of the efforts and vigilance of everyone who has collectively kept residents and team members safe. This has truly been a team effort. We express appreciation and look forward to brighter days ahead.

Thank you for your continued support.

Open Your Eyes

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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

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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.

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