Brays Bayou Association » Environmental Resource Guide
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Brays Bayou AssociationBrays Bayou Association
Purpose: To reduce the risk of flooding in the Brays Bayou watershed. Meetings: Open meetings are held the third Monday of every month, 7:30 p.m., Conference Room, The Gathering Place, 5410 South Willow Drive, 77035 Major Events: Annual meeting in March. Volunteer Opportunities: Contact Charles Goforth. Speakers Bureau: Speakers available to give presentations in classrooms or to groups. Contact Charles Goforth. Publications: Articles in various media. Charles Goforth, President, Acting Treasurer Goforth@VonnieCobbRealtors.com 713-667-6234 Don Hickle, Secretary email@example.com