Hello Friends and Family Members, 

Hard to believe, but it's time to think about the RENA Summer Enrichment Camp that kicks off on June 20th and 21st with Orientations and Summer Camp beginning on June 24th.


All of the information you and your family need and the application is located HERE for viewing and downloading.


The Lives We Impact


After watching his granddaughter cut the ribbon to what could be the future for Rogers Road, the end of the 40-year struggle for equality is almost in sight for David Caldwell.

“Our list of things that was promised in 1972 is almost complete, and I think that will be my biggest satisfaction, and once that is done, I’ll feel like I can take a break.”
          David Caldwell on the opening of               the Community Center.




(Opening Day Dedication November, 2014)


Center Hours:
Monday - Friday   10:00 am - 7:00 pm
​Saturday                10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Closed Sunday
Phone: 919.918.2822

RENA is committed to ending racial and cultural injustice through community involvement, political action and education. Join with us in this critical mission with your time and contributions.

The Rogers-Eubanks Neighborhood Association (RENA)   

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   The Culture Connection


   •  Click here for The Culture Connection page for the latest
       news on arts and cultural presentations, classes and ​field
       trips at the Community Center.

   •  Click here for the Chapel Hill Arts Calendar.





                                                                                                    

 




June 20, 2017

For over forty years our partners and mentors at the Rogers Eubanks Neighborhood Association/CEER have been fighting to rectify the injustices of the landfill placed in their backyards and many, related broken promises.













Yesterday, June 20, community members, friends, and partners gathered for the historic inauguration of the project that will bring sewer to the Rogers Road community at long last.













Congratulations to Minister Robert Campbell,David & Rose Caldwell, and so many resilient neighbors who brought this day to fruition. We are so grateful for their leadership and example.












                                     (posted by the Jackson Center)

OWASA breaks ground
for Rogers Road
​community sewers!

People helping People

Donations poured in for some 800 people in the city of Dunn affected by Hurricane Florence. With the help of the Chapel Hill Police Department, RENA collected these supplies you see in these pictures, loaded the truck and sent them on their way!


Minister Campbell said:
Wow !!! THE TRUCK IS ON THE WAY !!!! Thanks everyone for all you do, please pass a thanks to all the people you know who gave.

This is what communities do working together we get great things done, I may not know all the names and have seen all the faces but I feel all your love and the warmth from your donations.


Thanks to the C H P D,  For helping make the task go easy .
If I missed someone it is only because I am overtaken by the outpouring of love.

The Community Center: 

  • Serves community members from diverse cultures: Asian, Latino, Black, and White - it's all about the
    NEW  Rogers Road Community
  • Bridges cultural gaps by bringing community members together, with programs such as after-school tutoring, enrichment classes, athletics, gardening, and community festivals.​
  • Serves families from Chapel Hill, Carrboro, the Highway 54 area, and all of Orange County.
  • Promotes a safe, strong, vibrant community: when we get to know each other, we take care of each other! 

Rogers Road Community Residents and Volunteers



The Community Center

RENA is all about service. Service to the Rogers Road community, their families and children through a wide range of innovative programs. Volunteers drive the service engine - consider adding your expertise and enthusiasm to "fuel" the programs. Volunteer today!

Community Center

​Services

Click here
to get the latest on the water and sewer project.

OHHH my heart!

Here are some pictures of some of our community youth who participated in a program this past Saturday where they were trained in CPR training. They are Ashanti and Kalee McClain.
​Well done ladies!

Click here for your copy of the June 2016 Newsletter from ​the
​OC Arts Commission.