Here is a look back at how the Spring and Klein community responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local business and groups shifted operations to produce hand sanitizer and personal protective equipment amid shortages early in the pandemic.
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Precinct 4 quilters, church groups come together to sew masks for the frontlines
Champions area Whitmeyers Distilling Co. switches gears from producing whiskey to hand sanitizer
ExxonMobil to produce, donate 160,000 gallons of hand sanitizer across six states including Texas
ExxonMobil, Whitmeyer's Distilling Co. support Spring Fire Department with PPE, meals, hand sanitizer
Local senior living facilities went above and beyond to keep residents engaged with their loved ones while staying safe.
Spring, Klein senior living facilities get creative to help their residents cope during social distancing
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Neighborhood parades became the status quo for celebrating birthdays.
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Parents across the Greater Houston area stepped up to honor the class of 2020.
Greater Houston area graduating seniors celebrated through online community
Klein ISD parents organize unofficial graduation ceremonies to honor the class of 2020 following cancellations
Local nonprofits answered the call for basic needs as unemployment skyrocketed.
Spring-based Bridging for Tomorrow distributes 1M pounds of food in six months
Northwest Assistance Ministries in need of donations to support biggest Season of Blessings campaign in nonprofit's history
Facebook foodie groups banded together to support restaurants during pandemic-induced closures.
Facebook groups drive support to local restaurants in Northwest Houston areas
Anna Lotz and Adriana Rezal contributed to this report.