|Volume 17, Issue 10||
Park News October 2019
Cedar Hills Park Grand Re-Opening
Saturday, October 26, 11 am-2 pm, Cedar Hills Park 2300 SW Cedar Hills Blvd, parking available at William Walker School
Join your neighbors as we celebrate the newly renovated park! Trick-or-Treat Stations, food truck, kid’s activities, Nature Mobile, music, and sports activities.
Wear your favorite costume! Participate in our passport trick-or-treating and enter to win grand prize! Learn more at www.thprd.org/events.
Saturday, October 19, 11 am-3 pm, Cedar Hills Rec Center, 11640 SW Park Way, $2 per person/ $10 per family
Cedar Hills Recreation Center will turn into a mini carnival where each room will have fun and exciting activities for the whole family! There will be a bounce house, carnival games, bingo, face painting, food and refreshments, and more! New this year is a "Little Medicine" area where kiddos can learn about healing sick stuffed animals.
Community Members Invited to Apply for THPRD Advisory Committees and Budget Committee
Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District (THPRD) is encouraging community members to apply for openings on the district’s three Advisory Committees and its Budget Committee. Applications are available at www.thprd.org. The deadline to submit applications is Friday, October 25.
Advisory Committee volunteers review plans, provide feedback, and take part in informed discussions about district programs, facilities and parks. We have openings on the Nature & Trails, Parks & Facilities, and Programs & Events committees.
Nature & Trails Advisory Committee: Share your enthusiasm and expertise for natural resource management, environmental education, wildlife, and trail development and use.
Parks & Facilities Advisory Committee: Focus on park design, helping making spaces accessible to everyone, community gardens, dog parks, athletic facilities, and historic properties.
Programs & Events: Advise the district on what programs should be offered and expanded, provide input on district-wide community events, and review programming content in recreation, sports, aquatics, environmental education and more.
The Budget Committee is responsible for providing public oversight of budget preparations, recommending changes to the proposed budget, and supplying information to the public about district business and operations.
People of all backgrounds and experience levels are encouraged to apply. High school age youth are encouraged to apply. These positions are critical to represent the broad perspectives of district patrons.
Applications are available online at www.thprd.org or at the park district’s Administration Office, 15707 SW Walker Road, Beaverton. Applications will be reviewed, and appointments made by the THPRD Board of Directors. Terms will begin in January 2019.
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