"Keeping The Promise"
Vanessa McQueen-Silas G.M.
December, the last month of the calendar year is one where memories of the year is reviewed in our minds as we prepare to launch into a new upcoming year.
This December, the Millennium and the Community will remember TAMIKA ROSS, a teenager who died tragically less than one mile from the Millennium in 1992. Tamika's death led to the East Austin Community leading the journey to build a state of the art facility that provides entertainment in a safe haven for youth. This year, 2012 the Millennium celebrated 13 years of recreational entertainment services to youth and families!
The Austin, Texas community of youth, adults and families will come together on Sunday December 16, 2012 from 4pm to 9pm celebrating the memory of Tamika Ross at 5pm during the Festival of Lights and Carols. Guests, throughout the evening will enjoy all event activities, live music and entertainment and the only outside building display of 3D lights in Austin. Santa Claus will be dropping in.
The Millennium building is owned by the City of Austin's and managed by SMG.
I sincerely appreciate and thank the Austin Community of 79,000 patrons utilizing the facility in 2012 and individuals and groups whom led the charge of "Keeping the Promise" to the Austin, Texas community.
You are invited to enjoy the holiday event gifts at the Millennium!
Dr. Charles Urdy
Min. Cedric Muhammad
Rev. Frank Garrett*
Rev. Sterling Lands
Saboor A. Hameed
|Austin Rosewood Community Development Corporation (ARCDC)||Board Members: Karen Box, Timmie Bui, Diana Domericki, Akwasi Evans, Vera Givens, Sara Hensley, Angela Means, Michael Parks|
The Millennium Mission, as recorded, is to provide a safe, secure, and comfortable environment (free from drugs, gangs, crime, and violence) where families can enjoy a wide range of affordable, high quality recreational and entertainment activities and attractions.