Open House at IFC Community House


Sunday, February 6, 2011 - 8:30am to 10:30am


100 West Rosemary Street, downtown Chapel Hill

Come visit the downtown Men’s Shelter this Sunday and see why IFC has a tremendous need to build a new and better Community House.  Our small staff, some volunteers, as well as some of our residents will show our guests the current facility, between lunch and dinner. Visitors will be amazed at how do so much with so little space! We want the community to fully understand why the IFC is striving to provide better accommodations for our homeless men, and to more fully appreciate why the move to 1315 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd is essential for our men and for our community.


So glad you posted about this, Allan. I won't be able to go, but I hope others will check it out.

The Town Council's Public Hearing on IFC's Special Use Permit Application for the the new Community House men's transitional housing program on Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. will be at 7 pm on March 21 at Town Hall.The SUP application was reviewed -- and unanimously approved -- by four town Advisory Boards last month: Planning, Transportation, Pedestrian and Bicycle, and the Community Design Commission. Parks and Recreation will review the application on Feb 16.for more information, contact Allan Rosen at 


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