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Water Bureau invites BDS to participate in Fundraiser

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On May 14th, 2009, Community Outreach Manager Jimmy Brown invited BDS to attend the 3rd Annual Josiah Hill III Clinic’s Fundraiser at the Acadian Ballroom. This year the Water Bureau was the title sponsor of the JH III Clinic “Leaving a Legacy Event.”

Josiah Hill III Clinic website screenshot

The JH III Clinic is one of the Water Bureau’s Lead hazard Reduction Program’s Community Partners, which supports the clinic’s efforts to provide free blood test for lead level testing, lead hazard reduction education and outreach. These efforts are part of the water bureau’s alternative compliance with the Lead and Copper Rule.

During the program, Jimmy Brown not only showed his support through the Water Bureau, but personally donated money to the cause. In doing so he described the Water Bureau’s Lead Education Outreach Manger, Scott Bradway as being the “conscience of the bureau”, which was a wonderful and meaningful compliment.

So here at BDS, our hats go off to the Water Bureau, Jimmy Brown and Scott Bradway for giving back to the community. “Thank you for the invitation, this was a very informative and special event, sharing great stories about the late Mr. Hill and all of his efforts in building a clinic that serves so many children and families,” says Tiffani Penson.

For more information on Lead Education, contact Scott Bradway at (503) 823-1951.

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Jennie Day-Burget

May 26, 2009 at 9:08 AM

What a great compliment to the Water Bureau and to my boss, Jimmy Brown! Thanks for posting and glad you enjoyed.

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