Austin Regional Clinic at the 2019 Lake Travis Spring Fest

Lake Travis SpringFest

ARC Bee Cave’s Dr. Jennifer Christensen, Pediatrics, Dr. Adriana Pratt, Family Medicine, and Monica Davis, clinic manager, had ‘the BIGGEST time in the smallest town’ while attending the annual SpringFest, hosted by the Lake Travis Chamber of Commerce.

The event was attended by thousands of local community members, featured activities for all ages, and was truly a ‘Texas Sized’ fun time for our ARC Bee Cave team.

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