Cutting the ribbon to celebrate the grand opening of the new Community Resource Centers of Texas Inc. building at 1016 Broadway, Marble Falls, are, left to right, Johnny White, Paul King, Mark Mayfield, CRC Executive Director Donna Klaeger, Susan Hamm, Griff Morris and Executive Director of the Capital Area Housing Finance Corporation, Jim Shaw. Community Resource Center Executive Director Donna Klaeger welcomed attendees to Tuesday’s inauguration of CRC’s new facility in Marble Falls. All Photos Contributed / Mary Jo Calloway Among those who also celebrated the ribbon cutting were, left to right, Mandy McCary, Willa Holgate, Director of the Pregnancy & Life Center. Kim Stotts and Charity Taber. The new building also houses the Department of Health and Human Services, Veterans Administration Services, Prescription Assistance Program, Rotary Dental Clinic, Texas Health Steps, Rural Capital of Texas Workforce Center, Literacy Council of the Highland Lakes, Highland Lakes Pregnancy Resource Center, Indigent Burnet County Health Care and AARP Tax Assistance. Above, Burnet Mayor Crista Goble Bromley, Burnet County Judge James Oakley, and Marble Falls Mayor Richard Westerman keep up to date with Burnet County events. At left, Community Resource Center Board members John Moman, Griff Morris, Susan Hamm, Nancy Jackson, Johnny White and Phil Woods are introduced to those in attendance.
The Community Resource Centers of Texas Inc. facility at 1016 Broadway in Marble Falls has been open since January, but the organization finally got a chance to show off its latest digs at a grand opening ceremony on Tuesday, May 25.
CRC Executive Director Donna Klaeger, CRC Board Member Susan Hamm, Capital Area Housing Finance Corporation Mark Mayfield and others welcomed hundreds of attendees to tour the 13,000 square foot campus before cutting a ribbon to officially celebrate their reopening in their new location.
CRC provides office space for the Department of Health and Human Services (Federal Poverty Assistance Programs such as Medicaid, Food Stamps, and Supplementary Child Insurance), Veterans Administration Services, Assistance Program Prescriptions, Rotary Dental Clinic, Texas Health Steps (Medicaid Health Care Resources), Rural Capital of Texas Workforce Center, Literacy Council of the Highland Lakes, Highland Lakes Pregnancy Resource Center, Indigent Health Care of Burnet County, and AARP Tax Aide.
The CRC complex also includes a common foyer and the addition of a 4000 square foot help center, which has moved from its previous location at the intersection of Broadway and N Avenue.
Community Resource Centers of Texas, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization with four locations in Texas: Burnet, Blanco, Llano, and Williamson counties.
Their mission is to serve communities by connecting people to resources that meet needs and change the future.
For more information, visit crctx.org.