Since 1981 residents of the North Channel area have enjoyed activities at the building named after community supporter Leon Z. Grayson. The need for a larger building became necessary as the senior programming and community events grew. Built in 1989 to accommodate this growth, the Baldree Building was named after Felix Baldree, a community leader and advocate for senior citizen programming in the North Channel area.
A variety of scheduled activities are offered. For more detailed information regarding programs, events and activities visit the or phone the center at 713-455-3660.
The Grayson Center is home to a congregate and homebound meal program to serve area senior citizens.