How Do I Get Involved?
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Everyone is invited to become part of this effort.
Service clubs, school and church groups, garden clubs are already participating.
Organizations may adopt an area of The Park or assist with workdays to plant or build.
Work in the park will qualify for Community Service hours for students
in many honors programs and service clubs.

     Shepherds For the Savior and many other groups have already adopted areas of the park.
Texas A&M students and The Lonestar Groundwater Conservation District have done projects;
five young Eagle Scout have complete projects; The Bentwater Garden Club purchased the first bench,
and many more benches followed in rapid succession, adopted by both individuals and groups.  

    While every project must pass through a review process
we are very open to new ideas and suggestions. Water conservation is important to us,
so only native and naturalized Texas plant life will be used.
We will carefully control the number of structures in the park
in order to maintain a natural and serene setting.

     You may enter the world of MemoryPark as a stranger, but you will leave as a friend! 
All who work in the park receive a special wrist band/bracelet,
designed as a Thank You for our park volunteers, with our slogan" Growing A Memory".


What else can I do to help?


Tell everyone you know about this special place!


Who should I contact for more information?

Don Carter is the Park Committee Chair.

He can be reached via email at or by text or phone at 936-760-5121

Janet Milleson is the Park Co-Ordinator. She can be reached via email at or by text or phone at 936-443-4084