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SERC MLK Weekend

On behalf of the Housing Authority of the City of Goldsboro, we are pleased to welcome you and your team to the 2023 SERC MLK Basketball & Cheer Tournament. We hope that you are prepared for a highly anticipated weekend of competitive sports, educational opportunities, and cultural experiences.

Welcome Packet
Game Schedules


We strongly encourage our attendees to share and amplify the SERC MLK Basketball & Cheer Tournament on their organization’s platforms and personal profiles with the help of the materials provided below.


The objectives for this promotional activity are to:

  • Create audience awareness of the good that exists within public housing

  • Encourage and support our youth 

  • Bring positive attention to your organization

While attendees are welcome to share the content provided below by the SERC MLK Weekend Committee, we encourage attendees to share their own stories and photos.  Note Be mindful of posting, as your social content must still follow the youth sports code of ethics.

To use the graphics below across your social media networks, follow these directions: 

Step 1: Download the graphic by right-clicking and saving it to your computer.

Step 2: Post it on your favorite social media accounts.

Step 3: Be sure to tag @SERCMLKWEEKEND and use the #SERCMLKWEEKEND Hashtag

January 13-15, 2023
goldsboro, nc

Come Fly With Us In 2023


The Housing Authority of the City of Goldsboro is a High Performing Public Housing Agency located in Goldsboro, North Carolina. Under the direction of Mr. Anthony Goodson, Jr. the Housing Authority has become a leading provider of resident services and property management in Wayne County. In addition to providing decent, safe, and sanitary housing, HACG focuses on personal responsibility, upward mobility, fiscal responsibility, and programmatic integrity with a daily challenge of Brightening Spirits to Regain Optimism. We believe that housing is an integral part of providing opportunities for all.


The vision of SERC-NAHRO is to empower local housing and community development agencies to build and expand their capacity to provide safe, affordable housing and increased quality of life in the communities they serve.


Ten southeastern states – Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.

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