Reynoldstown Civic Improvement League (RCIL)
The Reynoldstown Civic Improvement League is a neighborhood organization dedicated to the betterment of Reynoldstown. The RCIL holds monthly community meetings at Lang Carson Community Center every 2nd Monday of the month from 7:00-8:30 PM. All friends and residents of Reynoldstown are encouraged to attend the Monday monthly community meeting as a way to inform, inspire, instill civic pride in, and socialize with your neighbors.
The RCIL organizes the annual Reynoldstown Wheelbarrow Festival, the Thanksgiving basket drive, and other community efforts. They also keep the neighborhood looking good by organizing quarterly cleanups, graffiti abatement projects, and the annual tire roundup. Other projects they oversee include helping seniors in the neighborhood and liaising with our local councilperson to make sure residents' concerns are heard.
You can help by participating in any of these events or by securely donating today. Thank you!
The 2018 Board of Directors:
Catherine Woodling, President
Heidi Choy, Vice President
Chante LaGon, Secretary
Rodney Foster, Treasurer
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resources for residents & communities (RRC)
The Reynoldstown Revitalization Corporation (RRC) was formed in 1989 as an outgrowth of the Civic Improvement League to revitalize and redevelop the Reynoldstown neighborhood. The goal of the RRC then and now has been to create sustainable communities through knowledge sharing, community building, housing and economic opportunities, with residents at the center of every effort.
It has expanded its mission to other neighborhoods and now operates as the nonprofit Resources for Residents and Communities of Georgia.
Visit their website.