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The California Park & Recreation Society provides education, networking, resources and is the public advocate for California park and recreation professionals.
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CPRS Apr 17
TOTAL stands for Teamwork Oriented training for Advanced Lifeguarding. Come find out why this is the nation’s leading advanced lifeguard training program. RSVP with Rebecca Hurley by Monday, April 29: 831-454-7930 or Rebecca.Hurley@SantaCruzCounty.us
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CPRS Apr 17
SORP will be opening the second round of the Christopher K. Jarvi Scholarship to Advance Partnerships. The scholarship period opens in May and closes in July of 2019. For additional information on the scholarship please go to:
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CPRS Apr 16
We play a vital role in protecting our national parks. As we spend time outdoors, in the natural world and in wilderness, it’s important to be conscious of the effects our actions. Follow the Leave No Trace Seven Principles, to help minimize those impacts
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CPRS Apr 16
Timed appropriately for the day after Tax Day, Wear Pajamas to Work Day helps us relieve some financial stress. We always recommend checking with the boss first. Get cozy & comfortable at work.
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CPRS Apr 15
The Parks & Recreation Department is taking a few of its classes on the road and setting up one-time events in neighborhood parks. MacDonald said the goal is to expose young and old in the community to what the Parks and Recreation Department has to offer.
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CPRS Apr 15
Get ready to celebrate National Park Week from April 20 to 28! To kick off National Park Week, all entrance fees are waived on Saturday, April 20! There'll be special days during the week to highlight the different ways you can enjoy your national parks.
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CPRS Apr 11
Residents near Bass Lake will enjoy a state-of-the-art recreational facility just steps from their front doors. One central feature is the 3,000-square-foot outdoor educational facility that schools can use and build into their curriculum.
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CPRS Apr 11
South Lake Tahoe Parks and Rec Commission to evaluate policies barring dogs from city parks The city of South Lake Tahoe could be getting a little more dog friendly in the future.
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CPRS Apr 10
Data shows the importance of staff feeling supported. So why do we pass opportunities to give feedback?
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CPRS Apr 10
A good tight squeeze strengthen your bond, it shows your pet that you care. Why We Love National Hug Your Dog Day 1. Dogs deserve a special thank you 2. Dogs love to be loved 3. Dogs are grateful Go on a doggie date and take your dog to the park.
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CPRS Apr 9
In Chicago and other cities, the demand for pet-friendly public space has boomed. But many communities see off-leash parks as heralds of gentrification.
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CPRS Apr 9
The city of Burlingame celebrated its 40th year of being a ‘Tree City USA’ at the annual Arbor Day event at Washington Park Tennis Courts. Five magnolia trees were planted to commemorate the day.
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CPRS Apr 8
San Francisco's Board of Supervisors has extended the permit for the 3-day Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival at Golden Gate Park for 10 years despite neighbors' complaints about noise generated by the event.
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CPRS Apr 8
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CPRS Apr 5
Trump signs major public lands, conservation bill into law President Donald Trump signed a wide-ranging public lands bill that creates five new national monuments and expands several national parks.
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CPRS Apr 5
It’s National Deep Dish Pizza Day today! Mangia! What type pizza crust do you prefer? Deep Dish or Traditional Crust? Comment Below
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CPRS Apr 4
CPRS Member Highlight After 47 years of service in the Parks & Recreation industry, Tarry Smith has retired from being the District Administrator of Carmichael Rec & Park Dist. We wish Tarry an abundance of health and happiness as he moves into his next phase of life!
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CPRS Apr 4
“Instead of putting the same type of landscape back in the median, Council members at the time said they wanted to see something different put in that would require less maintenance.” Way to think outside the box & beautify the city, all at the same time!
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CPRS Apr 3
South Bay SANCRA is proud to sponsor the Tony Sanchez Scholarship Award. One $750 scholarship will be awarded in an effort to provide financial assistance, encourage professional development and future contributions to the Parks and Recreation Profession.
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CPRS Apr 3
National Find a Rainbow Day “There are people that see rainbows as an artistic masterpiece in the sky, to others it is a sign of hope and to many a sign of promise. It can be all three; beauty, hope and promise.” - Jill Magnus
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