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Mind Your Health @ First United Methodist Church
May 25 @ 11:30 am
CSFD Offers Free CPR Training @ Fire Stations No. 2,5, & 6
May 25 @ 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The College Station Fire Department is offering free CPR training Thursday as part of the World CPR Challenge, which is designed to teach compression-only CPR to as many people as possible in a single afternoon.

The 10-minute training sessions will be conducted from noon-6 p.m. at Fire Stations No. 2 (2200 Rio Grande Blvd.), No. 5 (1601 William D. Fitch Pkwy.) and No. 6 (610 University Dr. East). The training will not include mouth-to-mouth techniques and will focus on compression, which is considered the most effective element of CPR. No registration is required.

“Knowing effective CPR techniques can have a direct effect on your friends, family, and everyone around you,” CSFD Battalion Chief Greg Rodgers said. “If you’ve ever wanted to learn this life-saving technique but never seemed to find time, here’s your chance.” 

Sudden cardiac arrest affects hundreds of thousands of Americans each year and is a leading cause of death. According to the American Heart Association, survival rates can double if someone administers CPR until emergency medical services personnel arrive.

Wild Foods Garden Class @ Wild Foods Garden - Camelot Park
May 27 @ 10:00 am

The Brazos Valley chapter of Texas Master Naturalists is having our monthly Wild Foods Garden class this next Saturday, May 27th at 10 am. The Garden in located at Camelot park in Bryan near Blinn college. Classes focus on teaching people about native species of edible plants, how they can improve our own quality of life, while also supporting valuable natural habitat.  Everyone of all ages is encouraged to come out to The Wild Foods Garden, to see some of the amazing wonders that Nature has available all around us, and learn how to make a difference in our Community!

VFW Post 4692 Memorial Day Program @ VFW Post 4692
May 29 @ 11:00 am

On Monday, May 29th at 11:00 am VFW Post 4692 will host its annual Memorial Day Program. This years guest speaker will be John Hince, American Legion State Commander. The program will close with the 21 Gun Salute by American Legion Post 159 Honor Guard. VFW Post 4692 is located at 794 N. Harvey Mitchell Parkway, Bryan.

Bryan Elks Lodge Memorial Day Fish Fry @ Bryan Elks Lodge
May 29 @ 12:00 pm

Bryan Elks Lodge #859 will host our annual fish fry luncheon for American Veterans and their families on Monday May 29, 2015 at 12:00 Noon, (following the VFW Ceremony)

Please join us as we honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country.


1st Annual Luv Thy Kidney Walk @ Sam Rayburn Middle School
Jun 3 @ 9:00 am

The National Kidney Foundation’s 1st annual Luv Thy Kidney Walk, Bryan, TX is set to kick off from Sam Rayburn Middle School on June 3 2017. Over 200 people are expected to step up for the event to raise awareness of kidney disease, organ donation and the importance of early screening and healthy lifestyle for those at risk.

“This walk will help others take the lifesaving step of getting their kidneys checked.” “By participating in the Kidney Walk, we’re all helping sound the alert about the public health problem of kidney disease. There are 26 million Americans living with kidney disease, and most of them don’t know it. Anyone with high blood pressure, diabetes, a family history of kidney failure, and anyone over the age of 60 is at risk are strongly encouraged to get their kidneys checked.”

The Kidney Walk is the nation’s largest fundraiser to fight kidney disease. Held in nearly 100 communities, more than 75,000 walkers join NKF to raise over $8 million to help kidney patients and their families each year. More than 80 cents of every dollar donated directly supports NKF programs and services.

Registration begins at 8am and the 1 mile walk begins at 9 am.  To register for the Kidney Walk, visit www.team.kidney.org/event/luvthykidney or call 979-599-2789 for more information.

The Luv Thy Kidney Walk is sponsored by; Guaranty Bank & Trust, A & M Twin City Paint and Body, Southern Graphic Designs, Sno Monkey, and JMF Studios.

Quick Kidney Facts:

  • 1 in 3 American adults is at high risk for developing kidney disease today.
  • 26 million Americans have kidney disease –– and most don’t know it.
  • High blood pressure and diabetes are the two leading causes of kidney disease.
  • Kidney disease is the 9th leading cause of death in the United States.

The National Kidney Foundation is the leading organization in the U.S. dedicated to the awareness, prevention and treatment of kidney disease. For more information, visit www.kidney.org.

Texas Flying Club Pancake Breakfast @ Coulter Field
Jun 3 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am

Each month we put on a pancake breakfast, open to the public, to bolster interest in aviation and of course hoping that more people will join us in an endeavor to keep aviation open and affordable for everyone, the more the merrier!

1st Annual “Go, Give, Guide” 3G Shootout (Skeet) @ Able's Gun Club
Jun 10 @ 8:00 am

Go Give Guide International invites you to join in on our 1st annual skeet shooting tournament June 10th at Able’s Gun Club in Huntsville, TX, a fundraising event to benefit at risk children in our local community and around the world.

Come out the 2nd Saturday in June and shoot for a cause.

For registration and more information visit gogiveguide.com or call 979-690-1025.

Shoot for a cause, change a life. Event open to family and friends for an entry fee that will include lunch and a raffle ticket. Adults $20 Children $8 (3 and under free) Call or email for sponsorship and registration information 979-690-1025 info@gogiveguide.com

8am: Registration and safety briefing

9am: Shootout starts (all teams start time)

1pm: Lunch, awards ceremony and raffle of AWESOME door prizes

Able’s Gun Club 357 FM 1791 Huntsville, TX 77340

Registration: Teams of 4 $175 per shooter. $600 for team if paid together. Individual shooters welcome (will be asked to join a team). Registration includes: • All 12 or 20 Gauge Ammunition • Targets • Team Golf Cart • Lunch • Raffle Ticket for Door Prizes

8th Annual Texas Fallen Heroes Memorial Ride & First Responder Festival @ Sue Haswell Park
Jun 10 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Texas LODD Task, a 501 (c)(3) charitable organization, was founded in December 2000; and was formed to provide at-need and long-term support services to the families and departments of fallen first responders. Since its inception, the Task Force has assisted with over 100 line of duty deaths, over 62 non-lodd’s, over 40 injuries in the State of Texas, and consulted on 22 fatalities nationally.  The Task Force is comprised of an all volunteer staff and provides all of it services at no cost to the departments or to the families.

The Texas LODD Task Force is hosting its 8th Annual Texas Fallen Heroes Memorial Ride & First Responder Festival on June 10th in Bryan.  This event raises awareness of the sacrifices that first responders make for their communities. This even also raises funds for the Texas LODD Task Force so that they can continue to provide excellent services and programs to the agencies and families of first responders that die in the line of duty.  Some of the services that they provide are funeral planning, crisis management, social services, benefits assistance, resource management, long-term care, and networking opportunities for the families.

This year the Texas Fallen Heroes Memorial Ride & First Responder Festival will be honoring the PHI AirMed 12 crew that died in the line of duty on June 8, 2008. The crew members were: pilot, Wayne Kirby; flight paramedic, Stephanie Waters and flight nurse, Jana Bishop.  The event consists of a memorial motorcycle ride which will kick off at CHI St. Joseph, where there will be a short memorial service and helipad dedication at 10:00am, and a first responder festival which will be held at the Sue Haswell Park.  The festival will have a kickball tournament, first responder demonstrations, games, bounce houses, and other entertainment.

Location of festival:                                             1142 E. William Joel Bryan Parkway

Bryan, TX

Times:                                                                    Noon- 5:00pm


Show your support and bring your family and friends for a day of fun as we celebrate the lives of our emergency workers that protect our communities and pay tribute to those that have fallen in the line of duty. For more information and to register for the ride, please visit our website at: www.texasfallenheroesride.com

SARC to host 90th Volunteer Training Class
Jun 12 all-day

The Sexual Assault Resource Center will begin its 90th Volunteer Training Class on Monday, June 12th in Brazos County. The training class is open to all individuals interested in serving as an advocate for survivors of sexual violence, their family members and loved ones. The Advocate Training Program is free and certified by the Office of the Attorney General. Anyone interested in volunteering may contact Caroline Adams or Jessica Endres at (979) 731-1000 between 8am and 5pm Monday through Friday; or visit our website at www.sarcbv.org.  Applicants must be at least 18 years old and pass a criminal background check. For more information or to submit your application, email volunteers@sarcbv.org.

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