Georgetown | April 2020

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Experts fear a rise in child abuse issues due to coronavirus stressors, no school

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1,5001,600 REPORTS

Average daily number of calls normally received in the month of March

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Kerrie Stannell, Williamson County Children’s Advocacy Center CEO, said while the center usually receives an average of 20-30 reports of child abuse in the county a day, it is now receiving an average of eight to 10.

Children’s advocacy centers across Texas are seeing a reduction in the

Teachers are the No. 1 reporters of child abuse in America, but with kids not in school due to the coronavirus pandemic, experts on the ground are seeing less cases reported but under- stand it does notmean less abuse is hap- pening. In fact, they fear the opposite.

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number of statewide intake reports they receive at this time of the year.

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GEORGETOWN EDITION • APRIL 2020

WE ARE HERE FOR YOU!

WHAT CAN I DO? • Stay home as much as possible • Wash your hands often • Wear face coverings in public • Maintain 6 feet between yourself and others • Call your neighbors • Support local businesses • Create masks for essential workers • Donate to organizations providing assistance

• Foster a homeless pet More: bit.ly/COVID19GTX

I understand there is stress and uncertainty in our city right now, and many of you are concerned about your health, your livelihood and your family. The decisions to limit gatherings, shut down non-essential businesses, and close parks are not easily made. However, the City’s priority must continue to be the health and safety of all in our community. But, remember, you are not alone. “Social distancing” does not mean isolating yourself. Call your friends, your family, your co-workers. Chalk your sidewalk with art and messages for your neighbors. Look for stuffed animals and signs in windows while enjoying walks through your neighborhood. Technology is your friend and has made connecting with people easier now than it’s ever been. Please, use it to stay connected. Just as your neighbors are there for you, I ask you to be there for your neighbors. For example, this means following all the best practices out there - washing your hands, disinfecting surfaces, keeping your distance, wearing a mask – the things you’ve recently been hearing. But being there for your neighbors also means supporting our local businesses when you can. Place food orders to go, shop online with local businesses, and buy gift cards for future use. Even though we’re apart, there are so many ways we can support each other. I call on each of us to do what we can for our fellow Georgetownians – knowing that the community spirit we all share makes Georgetown the special place we call home. Please rely on us, your local elected officials and City staff, when you have questions or concerns. Of all the things troubling you right now, you don’t need to worry about keeping your lights on, having running water, or getting your trash collected. Our top priority is your health and safety, and rest assured, we will keep you safe. You can continue to count on the services you’ve come to know and trust from the City of Georgetown in these unprecedented times. The COVID-19 information on our website – Georgetown.org – explains how to access City departments and connect with community resources, answers frequently asked questions, and contains other helpful information for our residents. Stay home and stay safe, Georgetown. We were here for you before COVID-19; we are here for you during this trying time; and we will be here for you after the virus is gone. We have a long history of coming together as a community during tough times. That “can-do” spirit is what makes Georgetown the greatest city on planet Earth. We are all in this together.

COVID-19 RESOURCES IN GEORGETOWN FOOD ASSISTANCE Meals On Wheels (512) 763-1400 • owbc-tx.org Helping Hands of Georgetown (512) 864-5092 • helpinghandsgtx.org The Caring Place (512) 943-0700 • caringplacetx.org YOUTH SERVICES Georgetown ISD (512) 943-5000 • georgetownisd.org The Georgetown Project (512) 943-0074 • georgetownproject.org HOUSING ASSISTANCE Austin Tenants Council (also serving WilCo) (512) 474-7006 • housing-rights.org MENTAL HEALTH AND HEALTH SERVICES Bluebonnet Trails Community Services (800) 841-1255 • bbtrails.org Lone Star Circle of Care (877) 800-5722 • lonestarcares.org Texas Mental Health Support Line (833) 986-1919 Samaritan Center (512) 451-7337 • samaritan-center.org DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICES Hope Alliance (800) 460-7233 • hopealliancetx.org

CITY AND COUNTY SERVICES Georgetown Police Department emergency 911

non-emergency (512) 930-3510 Georgetown Fire Department emergency 911 non-emergency (512) 930-3473 Stay Home Stay Safe Order (512) 943-1600 • wilco.org/coronavirus Central Texas COVID-19 Hotline (512) 972-5560 • wcch.org/COVID-19 Esta información está disponible en bit.ly/COVID19GTX. Para Traducir a Español: haga clic en el botón en la esquina superior derecha de la página.

Sincerely,

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FROMDENISE: Over the past month, our community and our world has been inundated with news about the coronavirus. The media has played an important role in providing vital updates in real time, and if you’ve followed communityimpact.com, you’ve seen our team hard at work keeping up with coverage. Breaking news is abundant, and we’re grateful for the platform to share it. We know our readers expect us to uphold the mission that drives us: in-depth coverage of hyperlocal news in print. That’s why, even in the midst of a breaking news event that is ongoing, we continue to produce a high-quality print edition full of the local content you expect in

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1930s-80s. Prima Forme is located at 103 N. Austin Ave., Ste. 205, Georgetown, across from Hat Creek Burger. 512-915-1187. www.primaforme.com 5 P. Terry’s Burger Stand opened at the end of March at 1421 I-35, Pad L, Georgetown. Normally the location will oer drive-thru, patio and indoor seat- ing. Currently it is oering takeout and third-party delivery only. 512-240-5533. www.pterrys.com COMING SOON 6 Mahana Fresh , a healthy-eating chain restaurant, plans to open a Georgetown location this year, according to its website. The restaurant will be located in the Wolf Crossing development. Mahana Fresh serves fresh, healthy-option custom- ized bowls with choices of sweet potato noodles, spinach salad, cauliower rice, veggies, chicken, tuna, tofu and more. For dessert, the business sells zucchini brown- ies and chocolate chip cookies. Online orders are also available. It is located at 904 W. University Ave., Ste. 115, Georgetown. www.mahanafresh.com 7 Versona will open a Georgetown location June 25 in the Wolf Ranch Town Center. The store will sell clothing, jewelry, shoes and accessories at 1021 W. University Ave., Georgetown. www.shopversona.com ANNIVERSARIES 8 Grace Bible Church in Georgetown celebrated its 40th anniversary Jan. 6. The church typically holds service Sundays at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.; however, during the county-mandated stay-at-home order, the church is streaming services at 10:30 a.m.

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NOWOPEN 1 Ichiro Asian Bistro & Wine Bar opened in The Summit at Rivery Park de- velopment March 16. Menu items for the upscale Asian cuisine restaurant include sushi, lamb chops and rice bowls. It also oers over 150 wines. When dining spac- es are open, the business will have a live jazz band on the weekends and happy hour during the week. Ichiro is oering takeout at 1500 Rivery Blvd., Ste. 2120,

Georgetown. 512-688-4288. http://ichirosushiwinebar.com

on March 20. Menu items include fried rice, pho, pot stickers, stir-fried squash and more. The restaurant oers carryout and delivery options. Mango Tango is located at 114 E. Seventh St., Ste. 116, Georgetown. 512-487-6187. www.facebook.com/mtgeorgetown 4 Prima Forme , an antique and mod- ern vintage furniture store, opened in Georgetown in December. The business specializes in modern home furnishing, decor and collectibles dating from the

2 The new Verizon outlet in the Wolf Crossing development opened March 12 but is temporarily closed due to corona- virus. The retail store sells smartphones, smart watches, tablets, cases and more at 1225 I-35, Ste. 101, Georgetown. 512- 876-2005. www.verizonwireless.com 3 Mango Tango Bistro and Bar opened one block east of the Georgetown Square

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only. Grace Bible Church is located at 2100 Shell Road, Georgetown. 512-863-3232. www.gbcgt.org NAME CHANGE 9 Family Emergency Room at 1210 W. University Ave., Georgetown, changed its name to Georgetown Family Emergency Center in March. 512-690-4590. www.georgetowner24.com CLOSINGS 10 Baneld Pet Hospital’s Georgetown location closed March 28. It was inside PetSmart at 1013 W. University Ave., Bldg. B, Ste. 400, Georgetown. Veterinarian Belinda Chapman-Harred relocated to the Cedar Park North Hospital at 1335 E. White- stone Blvd., Cedar Park. 512-528-0029. Veterinarian Allison Kipp relocated to the Cedar Park Cypress Hospital at 1420 Cypress Creek Road, Cedar Park. 512-506-8013. There are also Baneld Pet Hospitals in Hutto and Round Rock. www.baneld.com 11 Little Land Georgetown , an indoor playground that emphasizes devel- opmental growth, closed March 13, according to an email newsletter. “Due to circumstance beyond our control, we are unfortunately closing our doors,” the email read. Little Land opened in February 2019 and helped children with sensory development, ne and gross motor skills, and social development

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through play equipment designed by pe- diatric therapists. It was located at 900 N. Austin Ave., Ste. 325, Georgetown. www.littlelandplaygym.com/location/ georgetown IN THE NEWS 12 Southwestern University named Laura E. Skandera Trombley as the 16th president and rst woman to head the school April 3, according to a news release. Trombley is currently the president of University of Bridgeport and the presi- dent emerita of Pitzer College and of The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens. SU was established in 1840 and is Texas’ oldest university. Trom- bley will ocially start in the position July 1, the release said. SU is located at 1001 E. University Ave., Georgetown. 512-863-6511. www.southwestern.edu

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A noncomprehensive list of local restaurants oering to-go options amid coronavirus restrictions

Community Impact Newspaper is regularly contacting Georgetown restaurants to learn the latest updates on how they are managing new regional, state and federal regulations for social distancing. Delivery may include third-party sources. Share updates with the editorial team by emailing geonews@communityimpact.com. FOOD&DRINKDELIVERYOPTIONS

Mango Tango 114 E. Seventh St., Ste. 116 512-487-6187 www.facebook.com/mtgeorgetown T Marco’s Pizza Georgetown 3303 Williams Drive 512-819-0001 www.marcos.com H T Mariachis De Jalisco Mexican Food Restaurant 2803 Williams Drive, Ste. 110 512-868-5622 H C MasFajitas Restaurant 3010 Williams Drive, Ste. 102 512-868-0003 www.masfajitas.com T McAlister’s Deli 1013 W. University Ave., Ste. 301 512-868-2435 www.mcalistersdeli.com H T McDonalds 806 N. Austin Ave. 512-930-1952 www.mcdonalds.com H D T Mesquite Creek Outtters 704 S. Austin Ave. 512-943-9253 www.mesquitecreekouttters.com H C A Milano Trattoria 1015 W. University Ave., Ste. 420 512-869-0444 www.milanotrattoria.com H T Misu Sushi 600 N. Austin Ave. 512-819-6222 www.misusushi.com C T MOD Pizza 1003 W. University Ave., Ste. 125 512-229-1712 www.modpizza.com C T Monument Cafe 500 S. Austin Ave. 512-930-9586 www.themonumentcafe.com H C Nancy’s Sky Garden 501 S. Austin Ave. 512-554-2060 www.nancysskygarden.com H T Olive Garden 1401 I-35 512-688-4235 www.olivegarden.com C T The Pit Barbecue 2427 Williams Drive 512-930-2333 www.facebook.com/thepit14 C D

H Home delivery C Curbside pickup D Drive-thru T Takeout A Alcohol available

GEORGETOWN 18 Carrot Bakery 710 S. Austin Ave. 512-688-4199 www.18carrotbakery.com/ D T 2020 Market Scratch Kitchen & Bar 1500 Rivery Blvd., Ste. 1100 512-688-4289 www.facebook.com/2020marketgtx C T A 600 Degrees Market Place 114 E. Seventh St. 512-943-9272 www.600degreespizzeria.com C T A BB’s Home Cooking Restaurant 1500 Rivery Blvd., Ste. 100 512-688-5234 www.facebook.com/bbshomecooking H C T BiG Cafe–Brookwood in Georgetown 905 N. Church St. 512-943-8430 www.brookwoodingeorgetown.org H T The Bistro at Lark & Owl 205 W. Sixth St., Ste. 101 512-677-5513 www.bookstorebistro.com T A Blue Corn Harvest Bar & Grill 212 W. Seventh St. 512-819-6018 www.bluecornharvest.com C T A Bob’s Catsh-N-More Restaurant 305 E. Morrow St. 512-863-6219 www.facebook.com/bobscatshnmore T Bush’s Fried Chicken 3411 Williams Drive 512-868-2086 www.bushschicken.com H D Carl’s Jr. 1039 W. University Ave. 512-868-0200 www.carlsjr.com H D Catsh Parlour Georgetown Inc. 4159 Williams Drive 512-931-2050 www.catshparlour.com C T Chick-l-A 1031 W. University Ave. 512-930-4884 www.chick-l-a.com

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H C T A Hardtails Bar & Grill 1515 N. I-35 512-869-5454 www.hardtailsbarandgrill.com T A Hello Sweetie BBQ 2200 S. Austin Ave., Ste. 101 512-869-3304 www.hellosweetiebbq.com C T H Hydrate 2502C Williams Drive 512-863-9812 www.hydratetexas.com H T Jersey Mike’s 904 W. University Ave., Ste. 105 737-356-0444 www.jerseymikes.com H T Jimmy John’s 950 W. University Ave., Ste. 201 512-869-3604 www.jimmyjohns.com H C T Jimmy Vega’s Smokehouse 40120 Industrial Park Circle 512-577-2813 www.jimmyvegas.biz C T H Just Love Coee Cafe 1015 W. University Ave., Ste. 195 512-591-8875 www.justlovecoee.com C T Kyoto Sushi & Steak 1103 Rivery Blvd., Ste. 210 512-988-6652 www.kyotosushigeorgetown.com H D Lamppost Coee 809 S. Main St. 512-913-1974 www.lamppost.coee H D Longhorn Steakhouse 1005 W. University Ave. 512-863-0684 www.longhornsteakhouse.com C Louisiana Crab Shack 900 N. Austin Ave. 512-688-5275 www.facebook.com/louisianaaustin H T

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H D T Dos Salsas 1104 S. Main St. 512-930-2343 www.dossalsas.com T

DoubleDave’s Pizzaworks 610 N. Austin Ave., Ste. 106 512-864-3283 www.doubledaves.com H T El Monumento 205 W. Second St. 512-591-7866 www.elmonumentogeorgetown.com H C T A

Firo Fire Kissed Pizza 3702 D.B. Wood Road 512-688-5103 www.ropizza.com D First Watch Daytime Cafe 1225 I-35, Ste. 135 512-641-3331 www.rstwatch.com T Galaxy Bakery 107 E. 7th St. 512-868-0996 www.galaxybakery.com T George’s on the Town 708 S. I-35 512-868-1706 www.georgesonthetown.com H C T Golden Chick 1010 S. Austin Ave. 512-863-5451 www.goldenchick.com H D T Gumbo’s on the Square in Georgetown 701 S. Main St. 512-943-4214 www.gumbosroundrock.com

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DINING

A noncomprehensive list of local restaurants offering to-go options amid coronavirus restrictions

Pizza Hut 928 N. Austin Ave. 512-863-9556 www.pizzahut.com H T Poke-e-Jo’s Smokehouse 610 N. Austin Ave. 512-338-1990 www.pokejos.com H C T Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers 1020 W. University Ave. 512-863-5060 www.raisingcanes.com H D T Red Poppy Coffee Co. 402 W. Eighth St. 512-931-7703 www.redpoppycoffee.com C T Rentsch Brewery 2500 NE Inner Loop 512-688-5046 www.rentschbrewery.com D A Roots Bistro 118 W. Eighth St., Ste. 101 512-863-7080 www.facebook.com/rootsbistro H C T A Schlotzsky’s Deli 601 N. I-35 512-868-1244

www.schlotzskys.com/georgetown H T Scoops @ All Things Kids 703 S. Main St. 512-868-2659 www.allthingskids.us H C Shanghai Express 900 N. Austin Ave., Ste. 606 512-864-9392 www.shanghaiexpresstx.com H C T Simmer Down Cafe 4701-1 Williams Drive 512-763-1672 www.simmerdowngeorgetown. weebly.com H T Smokey Mo’s Bar-B-Q 1013 W. University Ave., Ste. 310 512-930-1212 www.smokeymosbbq.com H C T Smoothie King 1003 W. University Ave., Ste. 110 512-948-7002 www.smoothieking.com D T South Fork 3309 W. Hwy. 29 512-297-8042 www.facebook.com/southforkgtx T A

www.thundercloud.com H T Tiff’s Treats 1225 S. I-35, Ste. 105 512-686-7500 www.cookiedelivery.com H T Willie’s Grill and Icehouse 1301 I-35 512-713-1313 www.williesgrillandicehouse.com C T Woops 1502 Rivery Blvd., Ste. 2155 512-887-1797 www.bywoops.com/summit H C Yaghi’s Pizzeria 4500 Williams Drive, Ste. 200 512-868-9991 www.yaghispizzeria.com H T Zoe’s Kitchen 1201 W. University Ave., Ste. 105 512-942-2775 www.zoeskitchen.com H T

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Starbucks 1003 W. University Ave., Ste. 105 512-868-6731 www.starbucks.com H T Sweet Lemon Kitchen 812 S. Church St. 512-270-0812 www.sweetlemonkitchen.com H T Taco Cabana 1007 W. University Ave. 512-863-7306 www.tacocabana.com D T ThunderCloud Subs

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EDUCATION

Coronaviruspandemicstallsasemester- worthof plans for local students

With Southwestern University students distance learning for the rest of the semester and Georgetown ISD students distance learning until at least May 4, local student projects and activities have been postponed or canceled.

Highschoolmural project put onhold

The showwill not go on for university student theatrical production project

BY ALI LINAN

About 120 Georgetown ISD art students were working in tandem to paint a mural that will be displayed in the city on the west wall of the Co-Op building o the Georgetown Square, right next to the library. But that project has been put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic. Designed by freshman art student Peyton Vega, the mural will have two human-shaped gures holding up a heart that reads “Everyone Deserves Kindness.” Vega said it is a phrase her father tells her daily. The mural also includes a sun, which she said symbolizes happiness as the sun is the source of happiness. Vega said when people see the mural, she hopes they see that “no matter who you are or what you do, you deserve kindness.” The project is the brainchild of GHS art teacher Angela Morin, who said she wanted to nd a way to incorporate student art on a public display. That is when she began working with the Georgetown Arts and Culture Board, a seven-member board that manages city art pro- grams, including the displaying of murals. “I thought that it would be a great opportunity for us to kind of give back to the community by creating something for them that they can appreciate,” Morin said. Amanda Still, Georgetown Arts and Culture coordinator, said the arts board was excited when Morin approached them with the idea of creating a student lesson around public art, adding that the location

into the show,” Brooks said. “That nal project was something that we truly believed in, so it was special to us.” Brooks, the director, said the play was put on entirely by students, including the directing, costume and set design, and lighting and acting. Seven of the nine students working on the project were seniors, Brooks said. “We all acknowledge the hard work we’ve done and the love we put into this,” Brooks said. “We’ve all become great friends. It’s unfortunate, but we look forward to working together in the future and putting on another piece of art together.”

BY ALI LINAN

For a year and half, Southwestern University senior and theater major Clayton Brooks had been planning for his senior capstone production of “Stupid F##king Bird.” Brooks, along with eight other involved students, planned to show their work April 17-19 and again April 24-29, but that plan changed March 19 when the university announced it would be moving to distance learning for the rest of the semester due to coronavirus concerns. Subsequently, all university events, including the play, would be canceled. “We were almost a year and a half

The GISDmural project is on hold.

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next to the library was the perfect spot since one of the library’s main objectives is learning. “Student artwork is very popular,” Still said. “The community loves to get behind student artwork and helping the students with their educational opportunities and supporting the arts.” The mural was to be completed by students spread across six GHS art classes; they began working on the mural in early March with plans to complete the project by the end of the year, Morin said. But GISD announced March 31 that it would be closed through May 1, with hopes students will be back in the classroomMay 4. “If we do not get another post- ponement, we will continue to work on it after May 4,” Morin said. “If we continue distance learning to the end of the school year, we will wait until it is safe to continue the mural. Safety is of the utmost importance, currently.”

Star athlete reects on a lost season

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For Southwestern University star senior tennis player Mary Cardone, it was a nal season cut short. Cardone is acclaimed by SU as one of the, if not the, greatest female athletes to have ever played at the school. The women’s tennis team became the highest nationally ranked program in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference for the rst time in program history, according to the Southwestern University website. And Cardone said she and her team were on track to make it to the national championship—also a rst in university history. “It was denitely pretty heartbreaking to get notied that we weren’t going to have a season anymore,” Cardone said. “I denitely was disappointed, but I think it was obviously the right decision given everything that was going on.” Cardone said the team was scheduled to play in California, a week that would play a major factor in rankings, when the school announced its closure for the

Mary Cardone plays tennis.

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rest of the semester, moving to distance learning. Cardone said she began playing tennis at the age of 10 and knew in high school she wanted to play at the collegiate level. Last year, she was named to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association DIII All- America team. “It was just really unfortunate that it had to be at such an import- ant time [in the season], not only for me, but for the other senior athletes and just other athletes in general,” Cardone said.

Students began work on the mural in early March before schools closed.

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