The Eddie Eagle GunSafe® Program teaches
elementary school children four important steps
to take if they find a gun. These steps are presented
by the program's mascot, Eddie Eagle, in an easy-to-
remember format consisting of the following simple rules:
If you see a gun:
STOP! Don't Touch.
Leave the Area. Tell an Adult.
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Facility is located on 800 Harris Ave. @ Hwy. 146 (Next door to T-Bone
Community & Private Events for Information
Contact Kemah City Hall 281-334-1611
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Sun sets on a long day of fun in Kemah. Why drive all the
way home? Here ia a list of Kemah Accommodations
Spend the night with us than.check out our sunrises!
from a Karankawa Indian word for "facing the wind."
comes from the Caddo Indian word "tejas," which means friends.
Kemah is an American Indian
"facing the wind."
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