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Spring Creek Village Residents receive many acts of kindness

During and after Hurricane Harvey, the Spring and Klein community has provided selfless acts of kindness and service to residents at Spring Creek Village Assisted Living & Memory Care.

“Volunteers and students from Klein High School, Klein ISD, along with families and friends have helped our residents and supported our staff with meal service, activity programs, housekeeping and minor repairs,” said Tab Werner, Executive Director. “During this catastrophic storm, our dedicated staff has worked day after day, hours upon hours, to continue to provide uninterrupted, compassionate care and service to our residents with the assistance of these volunteers. Words cannot begin to even express our gratitude and thanks.”

Spring Creek Village came to the aid of its nearby neighbor, Sycamore Ranch Memory Care, which unfortunately was affected by the storm.

Together both communities helped evacuate staff and seven of their residents safely to a temporary home at Spring Creek Village.

Sycamore Ranch Memory Care owner Ted Fletcher worked together with Werner to help provide additional medical supplies, beds and food. His selfless acts of kindness and concern for the well-being of his residents and staff speak volumes about his character.

Spring Creek Village is thankful that it can provide the support and assistance they need.

A special thanks to the following organizations and 150-plus volunteers who continue to help us during this time of storm recovery:

Students and parents from Klein High School baseball and volleyball, cheerleaders, Bearkadettes and National Charity League, Klein ISD teachers, Krimmal Intermediate School, and Sycamore Ranch Memory Care.

To learn more about Spring Creek Village Assisted Living & Memory Care, call 281-257-2299.