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Monday, November 9, 2020   /   by Jenny Carroll

Bastrop's New ARC Set to Open July 2021

Compiled by Deena Thomas Stanberry Realtors Bastrop
(BASTROP) Just beyond the recently opened Ascension Seton Hospital on Highway 71W sits Bastrop’s newest addition to the medical community, Austin Regional Clinic.


With walls constructed at Austin Regional Clinic Bastrop, the projected opening date for the clinic is July 2021, allowing ample time for facility completion and staffing of ARC’s newest clinic.
“We are excited to become a part of the growing Bastrop community,” Evelyn Carter, Senior Director of Clinical Operations, said. “Austin Regional Clinic looks forward to meeting the community’s growing medical needs and staffing our facility with people who live in the Bastrop area.”
This clinic, designed to house a laboratory, a radiology department, and six doctors will initially accommodate the lab, radiology department, two family medicine doctors, and one pediatrician until the need for rotating specialists are assessed. ARC offe ...

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Thursday, October 8, 2020   /   by Jenny Carroll

The Pinky Promise in Bastrop

       




(BASTROP) There have been no cures for breast cancer discovered during these months of the COVID pandemic, making October’s Breast Cancer Awareness month as important as ever.

We at Stanberry Realtors, along with Bastrop County Cares Breast Cancer Coalition, recognize the importance of breast screenings and early breast cancer detection.
“Breast Cancer Awareness month saved my life in 2008,” Kelley Harris, Stanberry Realtor said. “I kept hearing ‘breast cancer,’ ‘breast cancer.’ I knew something wasn’t quite right for me, so those messages that October made me go in for a screening. I was officially diagnosed with breast cancer through that screening and went through surgery and year-long treatments resulting in the cancer going into remission.”
Linda Ornelas Wilson, M.D., chair of the Bastrop County Cares Breast Cancer Coalition, said that the national average for early breast cancer ...

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Wednesday, October 7, 2020   /   by Jenny Carroll

Halloween In COVID

Halloween is definitely one of our favorite holidays. Seriously, what’s not to like? Spooky ghouls and ghosts, adorable decorations, and kiddos in costumes? It’s the best. But, this year is looking a bit different for many Texans. With COVID fears still high (you can see Texas’ numbers here), parents and businesses alike are taking extra precautions. Some, like Austin’s spooky haunted house, House of Torment, have had their doors shuttered altogether this season due to these concerns.


Whether you plan on hitting the streets for trick-or-treating, making the rounds at all the pumpkin patches and Fall Fests, or hanging out at home with the lights out, we’ve got some activities listed here for you that you're sure to enjoy. We’ve scoured the web and compiled lists of Fall activities for you to check out at your own comfort level. 



First things first though, CDC Halloween Guidelines are listed here or on the CDC logo to the left. ...

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