Parks and Rec

Crystal Locke, community services specialist, gives updates on the parks systems in Brenham Wednesday at City Hall.

Families with kids in Brenham might have some new Splashpad amenities as the city’s Parks and Recreation advisory board moves to accept a grant from a local major grocer.

Dane Rau, director of public works, announced the department received a $50,000 grant from H-E-B to add extra amenities to the Splashpad project, such as bathrooms and shade for Henderson Park.

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