Centenary Brings Community Renewal to Basketball Games
Friday, January 6, 2012

  Centenary brings Community Renewal to basketball games

"We Care" day set for Saturday, Jan. 7 

Courtesy of David Westerfield, Director of Communications

The Renewal Team at Community Renewal will join the men's and women's basketball teams at Centenary to promote caring in our community this Saturday, Jan. 7.

All persons wearing a Community Renewal We Care pin will be able to watch the games free of charge. Centenary is playing Howard Payne University at the Gold Dome on the Centenary campus. The women's game tips off at 1 p.m. and the men's game is scheduled for 3 p.m.

Community Renewal will have an information table set up in the Gold Dome, with information and car decals available, and there will be announcements during the game about Community Renewal.

Men's Basketball Coach Adam Walsh and the men's basketball team have already been partnering with Community Renewal in various ways, particularly in their support of the Friendship House programs in the Highland neighborhood.

For more information on Community Renewal, visit www.communityrenewal.us or call the office at 318-425-3222.

Community Renewal International is a nonprofit effort to restore safe and healthy communities through caring relationships. Founded in 1994, Community Renewal reaches at-risk youth through Friendship Houses built in impoverished neighborhoods, strengthens education through the Adult Renewal Academy, partners with The Fuller Center for Housing and connects caring partners who turn their neighborhoods into safe havens of friendship and support. Learn more at www.communityrenewal.us.