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Welcome to the Brazos Country Owners Association website! An informative and user friendly site for all of us, residents and visitors, alike.  As a resident member, you will be able to keep up with current news, events, business matters and even the fun stuff complete with a recipe book, pet directory and photo albums.  As a visitor you can access the important areas regarding deed restrictions, by-laws and other items to help with making decisions to buy in this area.  We welcome everyone to contact the Board through the contact us section with any questions or suggestions.

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Spring Fling 2015 Recap
Posted on Mar 23rd, 2015
We held our Spring Fling at the Yellow Brick Road Winery on Sunday, March 22 and it was a blast!  
We had a great group of residents and enjoyed awesome food, wine, sodas and music!  Best of all we had a chance to get to know some of our neighbors even better. We had new property owners just getting ready to build and some of the first residents in Brazos Country attend.  We had fun hearing some of the history of Brazos Country and the area.

The owner of the Yellow Brick Road Winery is also a home owner in Brazos Country and was a gracious hostess for our event.  The winery is located on Ward Bend Road and for those of you who drive that road know what an amazing restoration they have done on a very old, overgrown home and property.  If you missed the event, you can still stop by the winery.  They currently are open the first and third Saturday of each month.  

Again, we had a great time and hope that more residents will join us for our next Brazos Country Owners Assoication event.  

A big thank you to Stacie Hiscock for her planning and preparation for this fun event!  

Sorry we missed some for the picture - some had left and some hadn't arrived!  
Thank you Denyce for thinking to take a picture.


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Upcoming Events
Thursday, April 9th at 212 Brazos Hill Ln

Our next bunco will be on Thursday, April 9, 2015, at 7:00 p.m. hosted by Bev Victory, 212 Brazos Hill Ln.   RSVP to Bev at bevvictory.bcoa@gmail.com.  Please bring $5.00 to play.
Sixteen joined us for Bunco this month - a record crowd and four full tables. Congrats to Bev for rolling two buncos in a row on the first roll.  Who would ever have thought possible!  Congrats to Laurie for winning as a loser – may all your dreams come true!
Please join us for the Spring Fling at The Yellow Brick Rose Winery on Sunday, March 22, 2015 from 3:00 – 7:00 p.m. Please bring an appetizer or a dessert to share.
Book Club Organizational Meeting
Wednesday, May 20th, 7:00 p.m.
After some preliminary discussion there is enough interest to move forward with forming a neighborhood book club. The organizational meeting will be Wednesday, May 20th, at 7 pm at my house. Please join us. If you have questions call me at 979.885.3656 or 281.804.1949.
Mary Lou Craig
Brazos Country Owners Assoc. Board Meeting
Thursday, May 21st at Gordon Memorial Library - Sealy Tx
The Quarterly Board Meeting will be held May 21, 2015 at the Gordon Memorial Library in Sealy, TX beginning at 7:00 PM.  An Architectural Control Committee Meeting will be held beginning at 6:30, if needed for the approval of applications.

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Spring Clean-Up and Wildflower Season

Reminder - Wildflower Season only applies to those who actually haave wildflowers - otherwise, mowing is required to keep our yard looking fresh and neat! We do recognize that we've had a very wet start to Spring and understand that some can't mow until the ground is a little more firm.  

Spring is also a great time to step outside and check your property for mildew on homes and fences, downed limbs and other maintenance issues that have come along through the winter months.  Please look around and start making those clean ups and replairs so no reminder letters are required.  
We live in a beautiful community - let's keep it that way!
Deed Restrictions / Property Inspections
NOTICE:   Property Inspections will be made during the third week of each month.  If you have any questions regarding the Deed Restrictions or a letter you receive, please contact Kelly Reznicek at 281-870-0585.

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