Navajo Nation keeping parks, recreation areas closed to new year

Noel Lyn Smith, Farmington Daily Times
Published 1:28 p.m. MT Oct. 5, 2020


List of sites includes Four Corners Monument, Antelope Canyon

Barricades sit in the parking lot at the Veterans Memorial Park on March 29, 2020 in Window Rock, Arizona. The Navajo Parks and Recreation Department is keeping the park and other locations closed until 2021. (Photo: Daily Times file photo)

GALLUP — The Navajo Parks and Recreation

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Elizabethton City Council to review parks and recreation master plan | News

ELIZABETHTON — What are the recreation needs of the people of Elizabethton over the next decade?

That is the question the Elizabethton Parks and Recreation Department Master Plan 2020-2030 seeks to answer.

Parks and Recreation Director Mike Mains said community recreation is vital to the citizens and the 2020-2030 Master Plan is a specific guide of goals and objectives that will lead to the future success of recreational programming and

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MUST RUN: Berlin Recreation and Parks news for October | News

Berlin Recreation and Parks Department is offering the following programs.

Bring on the F.U.N. (Friends Understanding Needs: Bring on the F.U.N. is an open invitation to anyone with an intellectual disability and their friends to join youth leaders as they provide games, low-key challenges, and lots of FUN. This is a free program and runs on Tuesdays from 4-6 p.m. at Berlin Recreation Center.

Weekend workout for body, mind and

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Is ‘Parks and Recreation’ leaving Netflix today? Know where else to stream the show

Netflix is bidding adieu to the NBC sitcom, Parks and Recreation today, on October 1, 2020. As fans are upset about this happening, there is another streaming platform where you can watch the iconic show. Read on to know more details:

Also Read: ‘Parks And Recreation’ Returns After 5 Years For Special, Proceeds For COVID-19 Fund

Parks and Recreation to be removed from Netflix

The show is to be removed

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Caddo Parish Parks and Recreation: 2020 ‘Bugs, bats and bones’ goes virtual

CADDO PARISH, La. (KTAL/KMSS) – Despite the pandemic, Caddo Parish Parks and Recreation has found a way to hold the award-winning ‘Bugs, Bata and Bones’ event and keep participants safe.

This year’s 10th annual ever-popular event will be held virtually using a series of videos that will premiere at 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 2nd on the CPPR’s Facebook page, and run at the same time each Friday in

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HOW IMPORTANT ARE ROCHESTER’S PARKS? City council candidates discuss future of Med City recreation

ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) — As more people head outside because of the pandemic, parks have never been more valuable in the Med City.
However, should $2 million go towards them if it will cost homeowners more?

Katrina Pulham and Kelly Rae Kirkpatrick are both running for the Ward 4 City Council seat and use the parks in their neighborhoods. The potential increase of around $33 a year for homeowners has

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Celebrate the Season with Fall Activities and Classes from Lacey Parks & Recreation

As leaves turn to fiery hues and pumpkins appear on neighborhood doorsteps, Lacey Parks & Recreation is ready for a fall season full of education and recreation. Whether it’s a family-friendly activity box, at-home cookie decorating kit, or exploring the city’s parks on a spooky scavenger hunt, Lacey Parks & Recreation staff have adapted operations to ensure safe, fall activities for Lacey residents and families.

Back by popular demand,
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Parks and Recreation volunteer tests positive for COVID-19

In a press release, Missoula Parks and Recreation announced that one of their volunteers tested positive for COVID-19.

The volunteer last exposure to participants was Sept. 9th.

The Missoula City-County Health Department’s investigation indicates the potential exposure is limited to fewer than 15 participants within a specific recreation program.

MCCHD is responsible for contacting the affected families.

Families do not need to contact Parks and Recreation or the Health Department

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Registration now open for Dare County Parks and Recreation fall activities

DARE COUNTY, N.C. (WNCT) Registration is now open for a variety of Dare County Parks and Recreation programs and activities scheduled for the fall season.

Available activities for children and adults at the Northern Beach Division include Youth Soccer, Youth Gymnastics, Kids Garden Club 1 and Kids Garden Club 2, Kickball Club, Smart Start Soccer, Disc Golf Club, Smart Start Football, Adult Co-Ed Softball and All Sports with Coastal Soccer

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Local communities to receive $5 million for Parks and Recreation Projects, Gov. Cooper Announces

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCT) Governor Roy Cooper announced N.C. Parks and Recreation Trust Fund has awarded nearly $5 million in grants to fund 16 local parks and recreation projects across the state.

The North Carolina Parks and Recreation Trust Fund Authority approved the grants at its meeting held today via conference call.

“Local parks and greenways have been a safe place for North Carolinians to relax, exercise, and improve their quality

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Denver Parks and Recreation partners with CSU to create a greener Denver

Denver Parks and Recreation and Colorado State University announced Sept. 17 that they have entered into an intergovernmental agreement with the CSU Salazar Center for North American Conservation to support and advance efforts in climate resilience, habitat and equitable access to green space.

The Salazar Center will work closely with park planners and other City and County of Denver departments to identify, share and advance best practices for applying natural

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Royal Oak Parks, Recreation & Senior Services Advisory Board Meets Thursday


The Royal Oak Parks, Recreation and Senior Services Advisory Board will hold a meeting at 7:00p.m. on Thursday, September 17, 2020

On April 1, 2020, Governor Whitmer issued Executive Order 2020-33, which declared both a state of emergency and a state of disaster across the State of Michigan due to the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). COVID-19 is a

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Winston-Salem native, former parks and recreation supervisor dies of cancer at 62

Art Blevins, a former supervisor with the Winston-Salem Department of Parks and Recreation died of pancreatic cancer at 62 years old.


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Blevins worked with the department for 38 years, most of it as the supervisor at Hanes Hosiery Recreation Center.

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“We were blessed for some many years in the

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South Suburban Parks and Recreation program fills gap for hybrid learning

When the Douglas County School District made the decision to only offer hybrid learning this year, it left many working parents scrambling. So South Suburban Parks and Recreation saw a way to help by extending their summer camp program into the fall.

“We just saw the need and wanted to provide a service to the community that would be beneficial to everybody,” said Jessica Skiera, family services coordinator for South

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Shawnee County Parks and Recreation pulls the plug on Spirit of Kansas fireworks display – News – The Topeka Capital-Journal

After delays and continued hope that they would still be able to hold the annual Spirit of Kansas fireworks display, Shawnee County Parks and Recreation officials on Monday announced that plans for the public event have ultimately fizzled out.

“We did our best, working with the county commissioners and county health officials to schedule the

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Stay Connected With Plano Parks And Recreation This Fall

August 14, 2020

Fall is just around the corner, and Plano Parks and Recreation has a variety of ways to help your family stay active, healthy, happy and connected!

From tennis classes and adult sports leagues to virtual classes/activities for children and adults, you can sign up for all of our classes through Recreation Online.

  • Explore Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve’s extensive trail system. At 800 acres, Plano’s largest
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Parks and recreation departments work better as one | Letters To Editor

I have been a professional associated with the public parks and recreation field since my first job out of college in 1982. I have seen and experienced changes in municipal organizational structures in many states. I’ve seen several cities and counties separate parks administration from recreation facility management and programming with the sincere interest of saving money and growing efficiency.

The outcomes I’ve observed? It never really works. Over time

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Marketing Tips You Need to Know From Parks and Recreation

If you’ve ever watched Parks and Recreation, you know how diverse the characters are. Some are enthusiastic and passionate, while others secretly try to dismantle the parks department from within. Although it’s surprising, the dynamic of this group makes their work efficient and entertaining at the same time.

From capitalism to consumer choice, Leslie Knope and her team are ready to serve the members of their community. Because some members

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Ankeny Parks & Recreation isn’t mailing out a fall program this year

Special to the Register
Published 8:01 a.m. CT Aug. 22, 2020


The city of Ankeny Parks & Recreation Department is not mailing out a fall and winter program guide this year due to the impacts of COVID-19. However, the department is still offering programs in September and October.

Below is a condensed schedule for the fall. Registration for all programs is available at

Martial Arts: For the

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Parks and Recreation real-life mission for Omaha District > U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Headquarters > Story Article View

OMAHA, Neb. – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, manages more 235 parks and recreation areas, over 400,000 acres of public lands, and more than one million acres of water surface areas.

While USACE is more widely known for building, operating, and maintaining dams and levees as a critical part of the world’s infrastructures; the water supply, hydropower, and land management created from these projects has benefit the

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