Wetlands

From left are Baytown Parks & Rec Director Scott Johnson, Tracy Prothro, , superintendent of natural resource programs for the City of Baytown, Janet Gray Wahrlich and Eddie V. Gray. (Baytown Sun photo by Carol Skewes)

About 150 people gathered at Evergreen Park Thursday night to celebrate and raise money for the nature education programs of the Eddie V. Gray Wetlands Center.

Eddie Gray, who initiated the effort to turn an abandoned bowling alley into an educational resource for learning and teaching about the wetlands that define our area, served as master of ceremonies.

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