Your Parks & Recreation Staff Director’s Message Cathy Salgado, Fairfax City Parks and Recreation Director, firstname.lastname@example.org Parks – The Cure for the Wintertime Blues Kate Johnston, Administrative Services Coordinator, kate.johns
Director’s Message Fall 2016 Your Parks & Recreation Staff Cathy Salgado, City of Fairfax Parks and Recreation Director, email@example.com Kate Johnston, Administrative Services Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org Mitzi Taylor, CPRP,
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FROM ALL OF us at “Your” Parks and Recreation Department, we would like to wish you and your amilies a happy and healthy holiday season and joyous New Year! Tere’s no better way to have a happy and healthy holiday season and start 2015 with a bang than taking part in the many un, healthy and exciting programs and activities we have throughout the City, at Green Acres and the Stacy C. Sherwood Community Center. In addition to programming rom ree movie nights at Sherwood to incredible tness opportunities at Green Acres, we have amazing events planned. Old own Square, the new downtown park with an interactive water eature, will ofcially have its grand opening on April 18, 2015. Bring the amily and enjoy the estivities. On May 2, 2015, we launch the rst “Derby-Q,” a BBQ, brews, bourbon and blues estival, which sounds yummy and un. We also will restart the Rock the Block series on Friday, May 15. You can nd these events and others, such as the Annual Egg Hunt and Mother- Son Campout, on page 52 and 55 o Leisure imes. Don’t orget that our parks and trails are some o the best in the region and always available to you or your recreational needs. From sledding on a snowy day to pickup games or just walking your dog, “your” parks are there or your enjoyment year round. As the director o “your” Parks and Recreation Department, I can assure you all o us are committed to providing the best services, parks and acilities possible or your continued enjoyment. We strive to provide “amazing experiences” and invite you to share your suggestions and comments on how we can continue to do so. Please eel ree to send an email, call, stop by in person or just drop an old ashioned letter. Have an amazing year! Sincerely, Michael McCarty, CPRP Director o Parks and Recreation Director’s Message Winter/Spring 2015 COUNCILMEMBER Michael J. DeMarco email@example.com COUNCILMEMBER Jeffrey C. Greenfield firstname.lastname@example.org COUNCILMEMBER Eleanor D. Schmidt email@example.com MAYOR R. Scott Silverthorne firstname.lastname@example.org COUNCILMEMBER Nancy F. Loftus email@example.com COUNCILMEMBER David L. Meyer firstname.lastname@example.org COUNCILMEMBER Janice Miller email@example.com Mayor and City Council Social Media and Parks and Recreation make our experiences even more AMAZING! CityFFXParksRec CityFFXParksRec CityFFXParksRec CityofFairfaxVA CityFFXParksRec 2 City of Fairfax | Parks and Recreation Our Vision: “Amazing Experiences”
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