Wednesday, May 27, 2015

What is Missing From the Play Pensacola Guide?

Below is a link to your City Parks and Recreation Department's guide to what is being offered by the City this summer.

City Park and Rec Guide Link

Wow...the City offers so much.

Page 5...Eight (8) Recreation Facilities with their City Point of Contact
Pages 6 and 7...Summer camps
Pages 8 and 9...Pools
Pages 10 and 11...Youth Programs
Pages 12 and 13...Adult Programs
Pages 13 - 15... Adult Enrichment Programs
Pages 17 - 22...Senior Programs
Page 23...Dance
Page 24...Athletics
Page 25...Golf
Pages 26-28...Tennis
Pages 29 and 30...Maritime Park
Page 31...Special Events
Page 32 and 33...Facility Rental costs for every? facility

Here is the $3.6 million dollar question....what's missing?

$5 gift card to Constant Coffee for the first to notice...Don't Spoil it Colonel!




7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Anything related to the Theopolis May Resource Center - you are getting warm - follow the money.

Anonymous said...

Didn't we just build a big community center at Legion Field? Where is that listed?

Anonymous said...

Parents need to BEWARE and not let their children go to the Theophalis May Resource Center. There is absolutely no supervision. Not nearly enough staff to manage that center and kids pretty much run the place. The sign on the building says "City of Pensacola" but if you call the Parks Department to speak to them about the chaos that is going on down there with bad management, poor staffing, and security, they quickly tell you that they don't have anything to do with it and that it is run by some Southern Sports Association ran by Lumon May. I was there twice for several hours, attending meetings and at no time did I ever see a staff member. Lumon May shows up at closing time and locks the doors. Again, the children are running the place, alone, with no supervision. It's an accident waiting to happen.

Anonymous said...

Picture of the Mayor!

Anonymous said...

Any event at the Studder Dome?

Anonymous said...

More minorities!

Anonymous said...

City staff knew that the only reason the Mayor built those two centers was to get votes. They didn't have enough money to buy adequate equipment for them and could only had the funds to staff at one person per center. They knew that two per center was minimum safe staffing. Mayor got his votes and now could care less about the centers. They will deteriorate and be closed due to lack of manpower to staff them and funds to maintain them.