Concerned Black Men of the Brazos Valley Host Back to School Event

By: KBTX News Staff
By: KBTX News Staff

Bryan ISD and Superintendent Tommy Wallis pitched into help with a community back to school event Saturday.

It was hosted by the area's "Concerned Black Men" group, a local group that focuses on having positive adult role models in the lives of young people.

Volunteers and the Houston Food Pantry worked through the heat of the day to supply thousands of pounds of food, which was distributed to area residents in need.

The event is held annually at Veteran's Park, lead by the Concerned Black Men.


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