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CLEAN

GREEN

BEAUTIFUL

EDUCATE

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About

Keep Brazos Beautiful is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in August, 1980.

Vision

We are founded on the ideal that for a community to thrive, each member must honor a commitment to contribute to the well being of the whole.

Mission

Our mission is to educate and engage Brazos County citizens to keep our community clean, green and beautiful!

Keep Brazos Beautiful Annual Awards Luncheon

Join us for lunch as we celebrate those who have helped us keep our community clean, green, and beautiful!

When:  September 21, 2016 from 11 am—1pm                            Where:  Hilton Hotel on University Drive

Cost:  $35 per person, $245 for a table for 8, $300 for a Bronze Sponsorship, $500 for a Silver Sponsorship, $1,000 for a Gold Sponsorship.  All Sponsorship levels are guaranteed a table for 8 and recognition at the event.

Keynote Speaker: Charla Anthony, Brazos County Master Gardeners

Community Stewardship Award:  City of Bryan Firefighters Assoc.

NEAT Award (Neighborhood Environmental Action Team):  Miramont

Good Neighbor Award:  Atmos Energy and College Station Parks Department

Keeper of the Kingdom Award:  Micaela Farrington-Aguilar

Can Do Recycling Award:  Rita Williams

JC Jack Miller Institutional Beautification Award:  Habitat for Humanity – Brush of Kindness Project

Miller Youth Award:  Bryan Collegiate High School Environmental Club

Media Award:  KAMU Radio

 

To register:  Online at http://keepbrazosbeautiful.org/awards/     OR

OR:  Mail the registration form with your check to:

Keep Brazos Beautiful

1713 Broadmoor, Suite 302

Bryan, Texas 77803

 

Please RSVP to:  dj@keepbrazosbeautiful.org by September 13, 2016

If purchasing more than one table, please complete a form for each table)

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Plant of the Month

August plant of the month is…..Aloe Vera. The Aloe Vera plant is known best for it’s medicinal purposes. Used for centuries, the gel from this plant can soothe sunburns, cooking burns, cuts, and scrapes. It requires well drained, sandy soil, with bright light. You can keep it indoors and out outdoors.

So keep a little aloe plant on hand for those cuts and scrapes…..just pinch a little end from the plant and smooth the gel on!!!

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We would be thrilled for you to be a part of what we are doing at Keep Brazos Beautiful! Visit the Volunteer or Members tab to find out more information about serving with us! If you have specific questions, please contact us!

general questions

info@keepbrazosbeautiful.org

programs/events questions

dj@keepbrazosbeautiful.org