Frayser Community Association

 

 

 


 

Welcome to the Frayser Community Association Home Page.  Frayser is a community in the city of Memphis on the scenic Wolf River.  This community of 50,000 is outlined by three  rivers: The Mississippi, the Loosahatchie and the Wolf.  The eastern boundary is the Illinois Central RR. (IC), which is the dividing line between Frayser and Raleigh communities.

   

The Frayser Community Association serves Frayser organizations such as Frayser Interfaith Association. As a service to Frayser organizations, the FCA office maintains a current list of Frayser organizations and contact information for each organization. The list is updated for the monthly mailing and this web site.
FCA has a special relationship to the Frayser Community Development Corporation Their telephone number is 901-354-9401. The annual meeting for FCA and FCDC (joint meeting) is held in January of each year.
The monthly Newsletter mailing is 1,200. FCA needs members for 2012. The dues are $10 per year, but only $5 if you are a paid member of another Frayser organization. Paid membership is required for voting in the elections in January.
For Frayser nonprofits, the FCA is interested in supporting community events at no cost. Please call 354-7899 or 628-6008 if you want to put a neighborhood event on the calendar and/or send out a flyer for your event.
For business owners, we are exploring advertising sponsorships with recognition on the FCA web site.

For 2012, we ask all members to provide their email address. These emails will be used to remind members of important meetings.

 


JOIN THE MAILING LIST (click HERE)


The monthly mailing for FCA is 1,100. FCA needs members for 2006. The dues are $10 per year m but only $5 if you are a paid member of another Frayser organization. Paid membership is required for the elections in January. At this time, nonmembers receive the monthly mailing.

For Frayser nonprofits, the FCA is interested in small news items and/or a one-page insert at no cost.

For Frayser business owners, we are exploring advertising inserts and sponsorships with recognition on the FCA web site.

For 2006 all members will be asked to provide their email address. Currently, FCA uses City Watch for automatic telephone calls to remind members of meetings. Maureen is the Voice of Frayser. Next year our community network will include email.


JOIN THE MAILING LIST (click HERE)

Click HERE for the Frayser Contact List

Click HERE for upcoming major events

Click HERE for breaking news for Frayser

Click HERE for Historic Point Church Cemetery

Look for FCA linkages

 

 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
For more information, questions or concerns, you can contact the Frayser Community Association by calling: (901)354-7899 or email: tnmentor@bellsouth.net