The Brays Oaks
Super Neighborhood Council #36
resumes meetings on Tuesday, August 1, 2023


Thank You BRIJ & SUNITA AGRAWAL for sponsoring free Art Classes

Art & Craft Classes for Kids (Free)

Please Note: There will be no Art Class on Tuesday, July 4th. Happy Independence Day!

Free Art & Craft Classes for Kids

Every Tuesday 6:00 – 7:00 pm (CST) on ZOOM | Age: 8 – 14 years

(Family Trip Painting)

Letter size paper, pencil, eraser, black thin marker, 24 shades oil pastel colors

Unleash your child’s creativity and join our free virtual Art Classes. Each week a different theme-based interactive art activity is planned to give your child the opportunity to learn various techniques and gain artistic knowledge. Learn Canvas Painting, Clay Art, Mural Art, Drawing, Painting, Sketching, Mosaic, Origami, and much more.

Please Note:There will be no Art CLasses held on Tuesday, July 4th.

Happy Independence Day!



As your City Council Member, it is my priority to serve you and our vibrant community in the best possible way. To ensure that we are meeting your needs and using your tax dollars effectively, I would greatly appreciate your valuable input.

We have developed a brief survey to gather feedback on the services provided through my office through the use of Council District Service Funds (CDSF). Your insights will guide us in enhancing our efforts and tailoring our initiatives to better address the issues that matter most to you and our community.

Your opinion matters, and I strongly encourage you to take a few minutes to complete the survey. Your responses will help us understand your experiences, concerns, and priorities. Rest assured that all responses will be confidential and used solely for the purpose of improving our services and addressing community needs.

To participate in the survey, simply click on this link. We would like a very robust response, so please share this with your neighbors.

Thank you in advance for your time and for being an engaged member of our community.

Together we will!

Edward Pollard

The Houston health department recommends the precautions below to avoid heat-related illness such as heat exhaustion or heat stroke.

  • Increase water consumption. Drink lots of liquids even before getting thirsty, but avoid beverages with caffeine, alcohol, or large amounts of sugar because these can result in the loss of body fluid.
  • Conduct outdoor work or exercise in the early morning or evening when temperatures are not as high. Outdoor workers should drink plenty of water or electrolyte replacement beverages and take frequent breaks in the shade or in an air-conditioned facility. People unaccustomed to working or exercising in a hot environment need to start slowly and gradually increase heat exposure over several weeks.
  • Wear light-colored, loose-fitting clothing that permits the evaporation of perspiration.
  • Do not leave infants, children, senior citizens or pets unattended in a parked vehicle, even if the windows are cracked open. Check to make sure everyone is out of the car and don’t overlook children who may have fallen asleep.
  • Wear a wide-brimmed hat to help prevent sunburn as well as heat-related illness. Apply sunscreen, which protects from the sun’s harmful rays and reduces the risk of sunburn.
  • Seek accommodations in air-conditioned facilities during the heat of the day if the house is not air-conditioned: a relative’s home, multi-service centers, malls, movie theaters, libraries, etc.
  • Take frequent cool baths or showers if your home is not air-conditioned.

Symptoms of heat exhaustion include weakness, dizziness, excessive sweating, cool or moist skin, nausea or vomiting, muscle cramps, and a fast and weak pulse. People experiencing these symptoms should lower their body temperature by getting to a cooler place, drinking water, taking a cool shower or bath and resting.

A throbbing headache, red, hot, and dry skin (no longer sweating), extremely high body temperature (above 103°), nausea or vomiting, confusion, loss of consciousness and a rapid, strong pulse are signs of heat stroke. If these symptoms occur, call 9-1-1 immediately and try to lower the person’s body temperature until help arrives.