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Parks Make Life Better!® Video Sample PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 16 July 2013 08:43
The City of Pasadena created this video promoting the Parks Make Life Better!® branding campaign. They did such a wonderful job of incorporating the key messages with a variety of their programs, parks and facilities. Click here to enjoy.
Americans Are Outdoors! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jane Adams   
Tuesday, 18 June 2013 14:40

More Americans participated in outdoor recreation in 2012 than in any year since The Outdoor Foundation began measuring participation in 2006. 141.9 million participants got outdoors last year, up from 141.1 million participants in 2011. In addition, outdoor participants were more active in 2012 than in past years, taking an average of 87.4 outdoor outings per participant for a total 12.4 billion outings overall. To get your copy of the 2012 Participation Report, click here.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 June 2013 14:46
May trendSCAN looks at Sports Megatrends PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 17 May 2013 13:14


Australia completes a Sports Megatrends study.  Can you begin to imagine the implications for our society?  What positive outcomes does interaction between children and older adults hold for greater community well-being? Click here for more information.

CPRS District 2 Announces Hall of Fame Award Winners PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 15 February 2013 09:43

Every year, CPRS Districts hold their annual Awards and Installation banquets to showcase award-winning facilities, people and programs from their area, as well as install the new Board of Directors. CPRS District 2 is no exception and will be holding their Awards and Installation Banquet on Friday, February 22, at the City of Folsom Community Center.

CPRS District 2’s Awards and Installation Banquet is very unique, which is fitting because District 2 is also very unique.

August trendSCAN PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 24 August 2012 09:06

What service costs $75,000 per year and nobody enjoys or wants to pay for the service?  Find out in trendSCAN and check the new feature:  Trends=Opportunities.

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