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2005, 2022

Public Works Appreciation

By |May 20th, 2022|Categories: Community, News and Notices, Recreation and Culture|

Today the Mayor and Council flipped some burgers in appreciation of our Public Works team. How about a huge rave for Public Works? They are the folks that us residents end up seeing when we're at our worst, water leaks, sewer backups, sometimes we're maybe a little cranky about the situation, and they show up to get the job done every time! They are on call outs on chilly nights [...]

2005, 2022

WHY AREN’T YOU PAINTING THE LINES!?!?

By |May 20th, 2022|Categories: Community, News and Notices, Recreation and Culture|

WHY AREN'T YOU PAINTING THE LINES!?!? We promise we are... due to the incredibly slow supply chains these days, as you probably know, it's been difficult to get ahold of certain products... unfortunately that includes line paint. We will do our best to get them painted as soon as we have all of our materials to do so! In the mean time, please try to give us a little bit [...]

2005, 2022

Travelling Gnome Yard Appreciation

By |May 20th, 2022|Categories: Community, News and Notices, Recreation and Culture|

Has spring finally sprung? This rain today is certainly better than the snow that was originally on the forecast! We are getting so excited to start the "Yard of the Week" program again, however, this year instead of going by week, we will be bringing our little Gnome friend around every few days to a new yard that we appreciate! You cannot keep the Gnome - he has places [...]

1805, 2022

Why is it Important to Bring Your Progress Card to Your First Day of Swimming Lessons?

By |May 18th, 2022|Categories: Community, News and Notices, Recreation and Culture|

When instructors and the facility ask for your child’s progress card its very important for your current instructor to have time to read the comments throughout the Progress Card so they can make the most productive lesson plan for all the children’s needs and abilities. Each item in the Red Cross program needs to be successfully completed a minimum of three times based off the Performance Criteria that Red [...]

1805, 2022

Lessons Going Live on May 24, 2022

By |May 18th, 2022|Categories: Community, News and Notices, Recreation and Culture|

We appreciate al the support, especially during ball season. Our registration has been so full and we couldn’t be more thankful. Here is a snap shot of the lessons that will be going live on Tuesday May 24th. Get Registered! Some classes may not be full so could be subject to change times. Dates will stay the same but times are subject to change based on registration! [...]

1805, 2022

Upcoming Aquatic Programming

By |May 18th, 2022|Categories: Community, News and Notices, Recreation and Culture|

Registration dates are as follows: Bronze cross opens Tuesday May 24@9:00am June 6th lessons open Tuesday May 24th @9:00am & closing June 1(June lesson schedule to follow this post!) July & August lessons will open June 13th @9:00am Set your calendars and get those accounts set up! We have sold out all our spots so quickly lately!!! Ps: we’re working on our Day Camp launch so keep your eyes [...]

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