Buffalo Bayou Partnership has been selected as the recipient of the 2015 Community Pillar Award by Preservation Houston. The award recognizes organizations that engage in projects that complement Preservation Houston’s mission of preserving and celebrating the city’s culture of diversity, invention, vitality and can-do spirit. The award will be accepted on Friday, February 20, 2015 at The Cornerstone Dinner.
Anne Olson, President of Buffalo Bayou Partnership, was selected as a finalist for the Engaged award at the second annual Houston Tomorrow Catalyst Awards held on October 1, 2014 at CenterPoint Energy Plaza. The Houston Tomorrow Catalyst Awards recognize and honor those whose ideas and actions change and improve the quality of Houstonians’ lives. Pictured with Anne is Keiji Asakura, winner of the Engaged award.
Patsy Gillham, Mike Garver (BBP Chair Emeritus), Mary Wood, Chuck Carlberg (BBP Chair Emeritus) and Jim Gillham at the 30th Annual Mayor’s Proud Partners Luncheon on October 27, 2014. Mike was honored with the 2014 Distinguished Service Award for his efforts in founding Texans for Clean Water and helping clean Buffalo Bayou.