2017 Mayor's Back to School Fest - 4:30
Mayor Sylvester Turner
Posted May 30, 2017
The Seventh Annual Back to School Fest (BTSF) will take place at the George R. Brown Convention Center and will provide 25,000 economically disadvantaged Houston Region ISD elementary students with the following free of charge: Backpacks School Supplies Immunizations Vision Screenings Dental check-ups Hair cut vouchers Case Management Other services Due to limited school supplies, this event is only open to pre-registered elementary school students (K-5th grade) who reside inside the City of Houston. Families must pre-register for admission. Once registered, they will receive a confirmation letter with detailed event information. All services and offerings are provided free of charge thanks to our generous event sponsors and partners. Event Date: Saturday, August 12, 2017 Event Website: http://www.houstontx.gov/btsf/ Event Time: 8a-2p Event Number: 713-837-0311 or 311
Hosted by: Michael Bybee Produced by: Houston Newsmakers Team

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