We were founded on the ideal that a clean and beautiful community helps to improve the economic vitality, health, safety, and quality of life for everyone.
Our programs center on educating and building partnerships and volunteer opportunities with citizens, civic organizations, businesses, and governmental agencies, to eliminate litter, minimize waste, recycle, and improve our community's appearance with the natural beauty of trees, flowers, landscaping, and green spaces.
Keep Brazos Beautiful is proud to present the new 2013-2014 Green Thumbs Reward Card as a thank you to our Members. The Rewards card is both a display of gratitude to our generous members and a great source of advertisement for many of our wonderful local businesses.
Thank you to the following businesses who are partnered with us for the 2013-2014 year!
Briarcrest Country Club • Chuck E. Cheese’s • Cold Stone Creamery • Corner of Time • Double Dave’s Pizzaworks • Fat Burger (Bryan) • George Bush Presidential Library and Museum • Harley’s • Hot Dogs, etc. • Kolache Rolf’s • Leaning Tower Pizza • Luby’s (Bryan) • Sassy Sheree Skin • Shammy Express Car Wash • Spoons Yogurt • The Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley • U Paint It • Villa Maria Cleaners • What’s The Buzz Coffee Co.
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You won’t want to miss this fun and very colorful 5k run/walk/stroll benefiting Keep Brazos Beautiful!
Saturday June 1, 2013
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Registration for Great American Campus Cleanup 2013 is now open to CSISD and BISD schools! Click here.
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Why Do I Volunteer?
I chose KBB so that I can work with like minded people who want to give back to the community and educate others about caring for the environment.
Why Am I A Member?
“Education is the best tool we can give today’s youth, and the environment is their legacy. We must show them how to use the tools to protect what is theirs.”