Brays Oaks Super
Neighborhood Council #36

Join us on Tuesday, August 1, 2023 at 6:30p
10611 Fondren Rd @ Creekbend in the Fellowship Hall
“Spotlight on Public Safety”
Our Special Guest, C.O. Brad Bradford

C. O. “Brad” Bradford is an attorney, public safety consultant, former Houston Chief of Police, Houston City Council Member and Vice Mayor Pro Tem. He served 24 years as a Houston police officer and seven years as Chief of Police. Currently, he is a Special Prosecutor and Law Enforcement Liaison in the Harris County District Attorney’s Office. 


Free Admission @

Jarred Vanderbilt

Pro Basketball Camp

July 21, 2023 9AM – 12PM


Keep Hydrated and Stay Cool

  • 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.
  • Wear light-colored, loose-fitting clothing that permits the evaporation of perspiration.
  • 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.

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.