Cypress Village residents Jennifer and Chuck Fouts learned their neighborhood fire department received a second set of gear from the city, but not a second set of particulate hoods. The couple asked Cypress Village Executive Director, Ty Morgan, if there was anything the senior living community could do to help.
“There was no question. The team at Station 59 has been and will continue to be the lifeline to our residents at Cypress Village when there is an emergency situation,” Morgan said.
On Thursday, Cypress Village donated 15 GORE particulate hoods and steak dinners for each first responder at Station 59.
“We wanted to show our appreciation for everything they do, and with being in the food industry, bringing them a steak and potato dinner seemed like the right thing to do,” Thomas Rivers, director of dining services, said.
Cypress Village is a Retirement Care Community that offers residents an outstanding standard of living with an array of services and amenities. Located adjacent to the Mayo Clinic, Cypress Village has homes and apartments on a 120-acre campus. For information, call (904) 223-6100.