The past weeks have been like none other. We’ve been faced with something most of us have never experienced before—it is a difficult moment for us all. Our hearts go out to those impacted and the heroic work from healthcare workers around the world. While this is an uncertain time, we are confident we will get through it together and come out stronger.
Our top priority is the safety of those who come in contact with us. Over the past few weeks, we have been working tirelessly and taking measures to protect the health of each other and our family and friends.
We pride ourselves on putting our core values at the center of every decision we make. At the moment, we are extremely focused on maintaining hygiene. We ask you do the same.
Continue to monitor the situation daily and adapt as boldly and quickly as needed based on the recommendations and guidance from the CDC and WHO.
A REMINDER: As a community, we need to be more aware of our neighbors and any possible needs they may have. Many of us have extra food and supplies that we have accumulated over time. The shelves at Kroger were mighty empty today. We hope you will share your excess with other members of our Windrush Creek POA. You might also consider volunteering to pick up supplies for neighbors who cannot get out. Leaving a package of bread and milk on the doorstep could help someone who is ill or homebound.
For those in need, please don’t be afraid to ask for items you might require during this time.
For local updates, please check out these resources.
Windrushgang Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/945657772177869/
Windrush Web Pages: http://windrushcreek.us
Jefferson Township Web Pages: https://www.jeffersontownship.org/
Thank you for your kindness and grace during this time.
Phil Davis, Becky Stroh and Chris Imwalle, Windrush Creek POA Trustees