All the Fall Feels

Enjoying a fun evening, Kay Garrett and Cyndia Rodriguez attended the Fashion Show Charity Event at Texas Vintage and Antiques.

I am sooo ready to have some cooler temps and a crisp chill in the air? After the summer we have experienced, I am more than ready. I am ready for fall football, shorter sunlit days, cooler evenings, the changing colors of the leaves, pumpkins, bonfires, and of course, my all-time favorite: pumpkin spice-flavored treats and Halloween. Fall marks a time of magnificent seasonal changes. Take a minute to appreciate all the Fall feels!

Again this year we are featuring our Cares About Community feature. Fort Bend County has so many great non-profits that benefit our community. Please check out this special feature on page 6 to see how you can get involved, donate or become a sponsor. Our non-profits truly are the heart of Fort Bend.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Our Focus on the Cure section has some informative articles to help educate you and your loved ones about awareness, detection and treatment options available in our community. The message is clear: Don’t put off your mammogram.

Enjoying Fall in Fort Bend County is easy! Festivals and events abound this time of year, and one of my favorites is the Fort Bend County Fair. It’s a full ten days of rodeo fun, entertainment and activities for all ages. And new for this year, the BBQ cook-off is the weekend before the Fair opens.  If you are looking for some fall fun and to support one of the many non-profits in the area, see our Community Calendar for upcoming events. Your support is greatly appreciated by each organization.  I hope you will take full advantage of all the entertainment and events right here in our Brazos community!

Also don’t forget to vote for your Brazos Favorites now thru September 15th at

I look forward to seeing everyone out and about in Brazos!

Absolutely yours,

Kay Garrett