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Originally named the Central City Entertainment Center this facility opened in June 1999.


Following a citywide contest, the facility was renamed the Millennium Youth Entertainment Complex by Stephanie Pena, an East Austin resident. The Millennium was built on the former site of the Rosewood Shopping Center in East Austin as a safe place for East Austin youth to go. Support for the facility came first from a group of young people, and the Promise Keepers (community leaders and concerned citizens). In addition to serving as a great place for youth to skate, bowl, play video games, or have birthday parties, the Millennium also hosts special events, job fairs, private receptions, and movie festivals.

PROMISE KEEPERS

Pharr Andrews

Ray Ates

Karen Box

Michael Bryant

Jenniffer Cole-Doyle

Robert Donnelly

Akwasi Evans

Gavino Fernandez

Rev. Frank Garrett

Vera Givens

Carol Hadnot

Saboor A. Hameed

Thomas Henderson

Larry Jackson

Rev. Sterling Lands II

Jan Lawson

Btron C. Marshall

Donnetta McCall

Eric Mitchel

Meagan Mitchell

Kendall Moss

Min. Cedric Muhammad

Gus Pena

Stephanie Pena

Robin Roberts-Harven

Velma Roberts

Christopher Smith

Dorothy Turner

Dr. Charles Urdy

Anthony White

Vanessa Woods

Tommy Wyatt

  • A.J. Bingham

  • James Burns

  • Quincy Dunlap

  • Barry Franklin

  • Frances Jordan

  • Dr. Deborah Taylor-King

  • Ghislaine Jean

  • Nelson Linder

  • Dr. Courtney Robinson

Board of Advisory Directors, Vanessa Silas, Greg Smith

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