Crosby-Garfield Center Re-Opening

— Written By Allyson Farmer
en Español

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The Parking Lot of the Crosby-Garfield Center was transformed into a gathering place for the SE Raleigh Community to celebrate the next chapter for the Historic Crosby-Garfield Center. Through the laughter and fellowship; the story of the Crosby Center was told and the vibrant SE Raleigh community was celebrated.

Community Cookout @ the Crosby Center poster

We were joined by Commissioner Jessica Holmes and Commissioner James West who related the festivities to a beloved family reunion. They spoke of how promising the future looked for the Crosby-Garfield center being a crossroads for resources for families and a hub for innovation.

“The Grand-Reopening of the historic Crosby-Garfield Center celebrated COMMUNITY and collaboration. This effort demonstrated that our Social and Economic Vitality work will be COMMUNITY (which includes residents, partners, officials and staff) driven with the voice of those who seek upward mobility to make their community a better place to live, work and play in the forefront of all that we do…TOGETHER!”, Verna Best, Social and Economic Vitality Coordinator, said of the success of the event.

Please check out these photos, and we hope to see you at the Crosby Center soon!