It is with great sadness we inform you that our beloved Green Space board member and devoted Brentwood citizen, Peggy Howell, lost her battle with ALS. The following Williamson Herald article link best conveys her impact on Brentwood ... article
Memorial Fund:We invite you to join us in helping honor Peggy’s memory by contributing to a memorial fund to plant a tree in one of Brentwood’s Parks and a plaque in her honor along with adding her name to the sign at Smith Park “in memory of”. Click on theDonatemenu item above to send a check or pay by credit card designating "in memory of Peggy Howell".
Brentwood-based Puffy Muffin Dessert Bakery & Restaurant releases holiday and special theme designed cookies thoughout the year benefiting Brentwood Green Space. The bakery donates ten percent of each themed cookie sale to The Citizens for Brentwood Green Space. So visit Puffy Muffin and buy some delicious cookies. Besides the everyday Green Space logo designed cookie, look for the upcoming Easter themed cookie.
CBGS Presents Check to Brentwood City Commissioners
As a result of the Walk in the Park event, CBGS presented a check to the City of Brentwood in the amount of $11,000 at the September 27, 2018 Brentwood City Commission meeting. With this payment, a total of $223,000 has been paid for the project to date.
Citizens for Brentwood Green Space, Inc. is a tax deductible 501 (C)(3) Corporation.
We appreciate your contribution to promoting green space in Brentwood. If you wish to make a donation to CBGS, you can donate using your PayPal account, a Credit Card, or by sending us a check. Click on the donate button below to make your contribution. We thank you for any amount you can provide. Donate $1000 or more designated for Smith Park and receive recognition on the Donor Wall.
Thanks for visiting us! The Citizens for Brentwood Green Space (CBGS) seeks to unite the citizens of Brentwood,TN in support of Brentwood leadership in their quest to manage growth while preserving the quality of life and maintaining low tax rates. Key to meeting that objective is to preserve open space in the form of parks, trails, flood plains and historic sites while being sensitive to the rights of landowners and developers.