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North Houston NORML cleans up local park and parties it up

North Houston NORML BBQ

Activists from around the Houston area got together this past weekend for a BBQ, disc golf, and a little community service.

Meeting at Moffitt Park, they chowed down on some great food and then set to cleaning up the place, picking up trash as a service to the community. Several bags full of debris were collected and when everything was done, the park was in much better shape than they had found it.

North Houston NORML Trash Pickup

People in attendance took this time to hang out and spend some quality time together, having open conversations about cannabis legalization, its uses, and the culture surrounding it.

Some of those people also played a round of disc golf and proudly carried around a huge “Legalize It” flag.

While many familiar people came out, there were some new faces as well. In all, there were about 50 people in attendance.

Lazy stoners who just lie on the couch with a bag of chips? These activists and others are busting that myth wide open all around Texas as they show up in force to make a positive impact on their community and build lasting bonds.

Visit North Houston NORML at their website www.northhoustonnorml.org for future events going on in the area and visit Houston NORML’s website as well www.houstonnorml.org.

By: Stephen Carter
Contact Stephen via email at TXCann@gmail.com

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Stephen Carter

Stephen Carter is a journalist and information technology specialist living in Waco, Texas. He has been working with the cannabis movement since 2009. He founded Texas Cannabis Report in 2013 to bring Texans accurate cannabis related news.

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