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CPRS Job Highlight
The CPRS Job Center currently has over 40 job announcements; here is a current job announcement that may interest you.
Cultural Arts and Heritage Manager, Dublin, California Click here for details.

CPRS Resource Request
A member agency is creating an office procedures manual and is requesting sample manuals which could be used as a template rather than having to start from scratch. Ideally this would be a something that could be downloaded with the ability to edit and amend as needed for the agency's office operation. Please email any samples to John Glaeser, john@cprs.org. Thank you.

CPRS Forum Highlight
Class Software Changeover
Active Network will stop support Class Software in November 2017. We have been looking at multiple other options. Can you give me any update or information on what your agency has done or plans to do? Thank you! Post your answers at this link:
http://community.cprs.org/vb/showthread.php?t=415.

TB Testing
Are you TB testing new hires such as seasonal lifeguards, swim instructors and camp counselors? Do you require them to get it on their own or do you send them to a clinic? Is the agency or the employee paying for the TB test? Do you require outside contractors who teach specialty camps/programs to provide proof of TB testing? Thank you for your input. Post your answers at the link below.
http://community.cprs.org/vb/showthread.php?t=409.

Looking for Red Cross instructors
I'm looking for Red Cross certified instructors for lifeguarding/CPR/First Aid, etc., for our small town. We are located 45 minutes north of Paso Robles and 45 minutes south of Salinas. If you can help, you can reach me at awasson@kingcity.com or (831) 385-6748.






NEWS YOU NEED TO KNOW


UC Berkeley and the national parks: A centennial retrospective
National Parks Traveler
A much publicized conference, Science for Parks, Parks for Science: The Next Century, opens at the University of California, Berkeley. Led by the National Park Service and National Geographic Society, conference sponsors propose "to launch a Second Century of stewardship for the parks, 100 years after the historic meetings at UC Berkeley that helped launch the National Park Service."
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Oakland District 1 meeting connects residents, city service reps
Chico Enterprise-Record
Residents of Oakland's City Council District 1 learned how to make the right connections for city services at a town-hall meeting organized by Councilman Dan Kalb. Representatives of city departments including Public Works, Planning and Community Development, Parks and Recreation, the Oakland Public Library and others who deal with residents' needs stood at tables handing out information to visitors.
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Mill Valley Historical Society proposes historical map installation
City of Mill Valley via Mill Valley Patch
The Mill Valley Historical Society seeks Parks and Recreation Commission approval at its next meeting to install a piece of local history in Old Mill Park. The project centers on a 2009 discovery of a decades-old painting of a trail map laden with informal hiking trails that existed back in 1949.
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City employee indicted for stealing more than $400,000
Athletic Business
A former office manager for the Bloomington, Indiana parks and recreation department has been indicted by a federal grand jury on a wire fraud charge. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Judith Seigle allegedly stole more than $400,000 over a period of 13 years from the department. Seigle is the second city employee in less than a year that has been charged with taking money intended for use by the city.
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Participate in the World's Largest Swimming Lesson
World's Largest Swimming Lesson
On June 18, join in the World's Largest Swimming Lesson and help spread the word that swimming lessons save lives. Registration is now open to host a location and this year, participating locations can teach their lesson at 10 a.m. wherever they are as the lesson travels around the globe over the course of 24 hours. Since its inception more than 120,000 people have participated in WLSL lessons generating more than 150 million media impressions so this is a great opportunity for you to gain visibility for the important role you play in water safety! Click here to register as an official WLSL Host Location.
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RESOURCES


Host a Pitch, Hit and Run competition in your community
Baseball/Softball season is here which means it is time for Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit & Run. You can register to host a FREE Pitch, Hit & Run competition to give boys and girls ages 7-14 the opportunity to showcase their skills and advance through four levels of competition, including Team Championships at Major League ballparks and the Finals during MLB All-Star Week! Visit www.PitchHitRun.com to get involved.


EDUCATION


Greater & Greener 2015: Innovative Parks, Vibrant Cities — San Francisco, April 11-14
Join City Parks Alliance — and more than 1,000 fellow Rec and Park leaders — in San Francisco April 11-14 for Greater & Greener 2015: Innovative Parks, Vibrant Cities. Over four days, you'll learn about best practices and innovative ideas that are having an impact in urban parks across the world — addressing key issues such as funding, maintenance, public-private partnerships and programming. Through expert-led tours, mobile workshops, inspiring speaker discussions and networking events, Greater & Greener 2015 will provide you with the leading-edge information and tools to apply these solutions in your community. Discounted rates on host hotel accommodation and conference registration end soon! View the full conference program and register today at greatergreener.org.


 

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