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Winter / Spring 2018 Programs Now Available

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As we welcome in 2018, we say goodbye to an amazing year filled with so many memorable experiences with many of you. In the fall alone, we hosted a number of programs and some jam-packed events including our first ever Before & After School Recreation Program, Grandparent’s Day Breakfast, the Apple-Derby Run, Evening for the Girls, Halloween Celebration and Elf themed Community Christmas Tree Lighting.

Out of all the wonderful experiences from the fall of 2017, I would like to highlight two in particular with the first being the Halloween Celebration. Over the past two years we have hosted this event in conjunction with Make a Difference Day and this year, on October 28, 2017, this community came together for one of the most spectacular
efforts I have seen. On this day, 15 community groups and over 250 volunteers provided 20 service projects that were meant to help people and simply put, “Make a Difference.” Due to the diligence of the organizing committee, volunteers and the giving nature of so many who participated, we saw record numbers in most all projects. Some of these projects included the Halloween event, Fire Hall Open House, Transportation Open House, a blood drive dedicated to one of our very own, a food drive, a winter clothing drive, community clean-up, electronic recycling and certified paper shredding, to name a few. Projects like these are well enough in small doses, but this year was different and throughout a two-hour time slot for Make a Difference Day, the community helped provide some fascinating response:

  • Four times as much blood was collected for the Red Cross than in any other year
  • Over 300 pounds of food that could not fit in the Food Shelf, nor be sorted that day was collected (this has never been the case)
  • 350 plus people received a free lunch at the Halloween Celebration
  • 24 pallets of electronics were recycled for a net weight of 14,357 pounds
  • More paper was properly shredded and recycled than at any other event the shredding company had attended.

These are just a few of the ways we all made a difference on this day and I cannot be more proud of being a part of a community that works together for so much good like ours. I want to thank all of the participating groups, volunteers and sponsors and if anyone is interested in being a part of this special day in 2018, please let me know!

Secondly, we are pleased to report that your Parks and Recreation Department was a four time award recipient in 2017! On Friday, November 17 the Genesee Valley Recreation and Park Society hosted its annual award ceremony which recognizes excellence in the field throughout the Genesee Valley Region. Due to some amazing people and ideas, our community’s efforts were recognized in four distinct categories as follows:

  • Dave Tresholavy, Parks & Recreation Commissioner – ABCD Award (Above & Beyond the Call of Duty)
  • Tony Caraglio, Caraglio’s Pizza – Outstanding Corporate Partnership Award
  • Creative Tech Camp for Girls – Program of Merit Award - Instructed by Angela Boccuzzi-Reichert
  • Ellen Fridman, 2017 Fall Intern – Dr. Christine Howe Memorial Scholarship

On the following pages, we have further highlighted these wonderful accomplishments where you can get to know our recipients, the criteria for award eligibility in addition what makes them so special.

As we move forward into 2018, and before you dive into this edition of our Experience Program Brochure, I would like to thank Town of Parma Supervisor Jim Smith. After faithfully serving this community for 12 years (the last four as Supervisor), Jim has retired effective December 31st. Throughout my time here, Supervisor Smith has shown a great deal of support for Parks and Recreation in this community and for that, we are all greatly appreciative. Along those lines, we would like to introduce and welcome Jack Barton who has taken over Supervisor responsibilities on January 1, 2018.

As always, thank you to my team here at the Recreation & Parks Departments, in addition to our many community partners and the Town and Village Boards. Without their efforts and support, none of the fun would be possible.

I look forward to seeing you soon,
Thomas Venniro,
Director of Parks and Recreation

 

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