Above: Randall Principal John Wallace demonstrates the art of juggling acorns.
LASTEST RNA NEWSLETTER EDITION: November 2023
We welcome articles of all sorts, including letters to the editor, articles on items of local interest, profiles of neighborhood personalities and announcements of neighborhood events. Due to limited space, please contact newsletter editor Ronnie Hess before preparing articles.
Article submission deadlines are:
• February Newsletter—January 7, 2024
• May Newsletter—March 31, 2024
• July Newsletter—May 24, 2024
• November Newsletter—September 30, 2024
For questions or to submit articles, contact editor Ronnie Hess.
RNA Newsletter Archive
2023: February, May, July, November
2022: February, May, July, November
2021: February, May, July, November
2020: February, July, November
2019: February, May, July, November
2018: February, May, July, November
2017: February, May, July, November
2016: Fall, Summer, Spring, Winter
2015: Fall, Summer, Spring, Winter
2014: Fall, Summer, Spring, Winter
2013: Fall, Summer, Spring, Winter
2012: Fall, Summer, Spring, Winter
2011: Fall, Spring, Winter
2010: Fall, Spring, Winter
2009: Fall, Spring, Winter
Advertising in the Regent Neighborhood Association newsletter is an effective way to reach buyers while joining your customers in sustaining our vibrant community. Published in November, February, May, and June, and distributed to all RNA residents, the RNA newsletters reach 1,900 active, involved people four times each year.
Ads begin as low as $55. When you choose a yearly package of four or more publications, you make repeat impressions to potential customers and receive a discount of at least 10%. Ads can be varied in each issue to offer seasonal opportunities. If you don’t have an ad, the RNA can produce one for a $25 fee. Advertising is also available for the Regent Neighborhood Directory distributed to RNA members each fall.
Click to download the RNA ad rates and schedule. For questions, email the RNA Ad Coordinator.
Thank you for supporting our community through the work of the Regent Neighborhood Association.