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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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Volunteer Firefighters Needed
Posted on Oct 26th, 2014
The San Felipe / Frydek fire department is seeking dedicated volunteers for both daytime and night time firefighters. No prior training required.
 We have 2 fire stations: Station 1 in San Felipe, Tx (FM 1458 North) and Station 2 in Frydek, Tx (FM 1458 South)
What does a Volunteer Firefighter do?
Extinguish fires of all types (structure, vehicle, and brush/wild land)
Provide first responder emergency medical care to the sick and injured 
Perform Search and Rescue for missing and trapped occupants
Respond to traffic collisions and perform technical rescue    
Respond to hazardous materials incidents
Clean and maintain fire apparatus/equipment and stations
Training (your education never ends)
Public Education.  As a firefighter you will be involved with educating the public in fire and home safety 
What are the physical demands on a Volunteer Firefighter?
The physical demands on the body of a firefighter are astronomical. The average weight of gear a firefighter wears is 50lbs. The average body core temperature of a firefighter goes from a normal 98.6 to 104 degrees after performing a normal workload at a fire scene. Firefighting requires you to work with hand tools and equipment (usually in adverse conditions). The normal workload at a fire would be the equivalent of running a 1.5-mile stretch without stopping.
What physical and mental stresses does a Volunteer FIrefighter endure?
Stress plays a major role in a firefighters life. Stress affects a firefighter in the form of short term and long-term stress. Some examples of this stress are: Your family may not understand you having to leave to respond to a call at a moments notice. Also firefighters have to perform immediately (there is no warm up time). As a Firefighter you will be exposed to constant hazards on every emergency call.
Visit our website www.sfvfd.org for more information, Click recruiting tab for application!
Dog Looking for Loving Home
Posted on Oct 13th, 2014
One of our residents, Carolyn Furber has ask that we post this to the website.  
A really great dog is looking for a new home.  All of the particulars and a picture can be seen by clicking on this link - Female Black and White Border Collie.  If you have any additional questions or would want to give Ziggy a new home, you can reach Carolyn at colonyroofing@gmail.com.
Bunco Night
Posted on Oct 11th, 2014
Thursday night  we played Bunco with eleven women and one ghost!  We had fewer ladies (Fair time, you know) but we still had lots of fun and lots of laughs!  If you have never joined us you are missing out on a great time!
Thank you Stacie Hiscock for being an awesome hostess with a fantastic spread of goodies. 
There's a change for November!  Bunco will be on Wednesday, NOT Thursday!  
Our next bunco, on November 12, will be hosted by Becky Brooks and Kathy Wadsworth, 403 Pecan Grove Road (Section IV).   RSVP to Becky at brooksjandb@gmail.com.  Please bring $5.00 to play.
Come join us if you can - the more playing, the more fun!

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Upcoming Events
Wednesday, November 12th, 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Bunco will be held on Wednesday this November!!!  
Our next bunco will be on Wednesday, November 12 at 7:00 p.m. hosted by Becky Brooks and Kathy Wadsworth, 403 Pecan Grove Road (Section IV).   RSVP to Becky at brooksjandb@gmail.com.  Please bring $5.00 to play. Hope to see you there.  Don't miss out on a night full of fun, friends and tons of laughter!
BCOA Annual Meeting
Thursday, November 20th, 7:00 p.m. at Hill Center, Sealy, TX
Our next Board Meeting will be our Annual Meeting!  It will be at 7:00 p.m. at the Hill Center.  There are two positions opening up on the Board. If you would be interested in running, please contact Kelly Reznicek at 281-870-0585 or by email at Kelly.Reznicek@STServices.com.  To be on the ballot we will need your name by October 10.

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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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