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Men of Purpose "For the Love of Quartet"

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2110 Old Hearne Rd. Bryan
January 13, 2018 6:00pm

Men of Purpose celebrating their 5th Year Anniversary. @ Brazos Community Outreach Center. Special guest Malaco Recording artist Pastor Terrell Rogers & Men of Destiny from Blytheville, Arkansas other guest, Wanda Devereaux & Grace, Unity of Navasota, GRIP of Huntsville, Tx and others
Bernard Henderson (281)433-0400 | 465925193

Brazos Valley Farmer's Market

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500 N. Main Street
Want to serve your family healthier food? Do you want to provide your family with fresh vegetables, meats and baked goods that are grown/produced locally? The Brazos Valley Farmers’ Market is the place to go! We are open every Saturday from 8am until Noon and located at 500 N. Main Street in Downtown Bryan. Most vendors accept debit/credit cards.

For more information, check us out on our website That’s
Visit Brazos Valley Farmers’ Market and support our local farmers and producers to put your money back into the local community and good food on your table!
Jim Bob McKown
979.204.7762 | 464210383

Allen Academy Open House

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Allen Academy 3201 Boonville Road Bryan, TX, 77802
Our next Open House will be January 13th at 2 pm for Kindergarten through 12th grade. We welcome those interested in how the education at Allen could benefit their child to come tour the campus and meet our faculty and staff.

To get more information and register | 462078693

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Lincoln Recreation Center 1000 Eleanor Street College Station, TX 77840
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., exemplified the true testament of a public servant -- leading and guiding the nation to dream of a better community. In honor of his lifelong dedication to justice, equality, and service for the greater good, the Lincoln Recreation Center presents the annual Dream Works Conference on Saturday, Jan. 13 from 11 a.m.-8:30 p.m. This year’s theme is “Be Transformed by the Renewing of your Mind -- Rebuild and Restore!”

The conference kicks off with the Keeping the Dream Alive Award Luncheon to celebrate and honor community members who have spent countless hours serving others. The afternoon schedule is filled with breakout sessions featuring engaging and powerful presentations that focus on character, leadership and personal development. Dr. Terrance D. Grant-Malone, pastor of Houston’s Historic St. John Missionary Baptist Church, will be the keynote speaker. The conference concludes with an evening of praise and worship led by the Brazos Valley Community Choir.

Admission is free and lunch is $5 per plate. Pre-register online at before Jan. 10. The first 50 registrants will receive a free conference shirt. On-site registration will also be accepted.
College Station Parks & Recreation

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