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White Water Play Park Hearing

james wrote 220 days ago:


My friends, in today’s chaotic world, we are fortunate to have recreation outlets that we are privileged to participate in. In order to maintain forward momentum with certain projects, we must take a stand.

Tonight at 7:00 pm, the Chelan County Parks and Recreation Department is holding a hearing concerning the future of our parks in the valley. A white water play park is on the table and is in need of support.

The last parks and recreation meeting I attended was attended by more people representing whitewater kayaking than any other individual sport. If we can keep consistent representation, we will make progress.

Join us tonight at 400 Douglas St. in Wenatchee at 7:00 pm. This may not show an immediate impact but it definitely cannot hurt.

I hope to see you there.

Cheers,

T-Pot!



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White Water Play Park Hearing

tommygunn wrote 220 days ago:


My friends, in today’s chaotic world, we are fortunate to have recreation outlets that we are privileged to participate in. In order to maintain forward momentum with certain projects, we must take a stand.

Tonight at 7:00 pm, the Chelan County Parks and Recreation Department is holding a hearing concerning the future of our parks in the valley. A white water play park is on the table and is in need of support.

The last parks and recreation meeting I attended was attended by more people representing whitewater kayaking than any other individual sport. If we can keep consistent representation, we will make progress.

Join us tonight at 400 Douglas St. in Wenatchee at 7:00 pm. This may not show an immediate impact but it definitely cannot hurt.

I hope to see you there.

Cheers,

T-Pot!



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james

White Water Play Park Hearing

james wrote 220 days ago:


My friends, in today’s chaotic world, we are fortunate to have recreation outlets that we are privileged to participate in. In order to maintain forward momentum with certain projects, we must take a stand.

Tonight at 7:00 pm, the Chelan County Parks and Recreation Department is holding a hearing concerning the future of our parks in the valley. A white water play park is on the table and is in need of support.

The last parks and recreation meeting I attended was attended by more people representing whitewater kayaking than any other individual sport. If we can keep consistent representation, we will make progress.

Join us tonight at 400 Douglas St. in Wenatchee at 7:00 pm. This may not show an immediate impact but it definitely cannot hurt.

I hope to see you there.

Cheers,

T-Pot!



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White Water Play Park Hearing

natefry wrote 220 days ago:


My friends, in today’s chaotic world, we are fortunate to have recreation outlets that we are privileged to participate in. In order to maintain forward momentum with certain projects, we must take a stand.

Tonight at 7:00 pm, the Chelan County Parks and Recreation Department is holding a hearing concerning the future of our parks in the valley. A white water play park is on the table and is in need of support.

The last parks and recreation meeting I attended was attended by more people representing whitewater kayaking than any other individual sport. If we can keep consistent representation, we will make progress.

Join us tonight at 400 Douglas St. in Wenatchee at 7:00 pm. This may not show an immediate impact but it definitely cannot hurt.

I hope to see you there.

Cheers,

T-Pot!



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Bend Whitewater Park from the Air

saskia wrote 941 days ago:


Looking downstream at the BWP the safe passage for floaters is on the left, the four surf features are in the center and a wildlife preserve is on the right.  We are looking at the end of August or early September for opening to the public.  The lower construction bridge needs to be removed and park landscaping finished.  All four surf features are bladder controlled and there are also diverters controlling the flow into each channel.  This will all be computer controlled and the Bend Parks and Recreation Department is recruiting for a River Recreational Specialist (Wave Master) to oversee all park operations and maintenance.  This posting ends on 7/6 and can be found at their website  http://www.bendparksandrec.org/info/About_Us/employment/Job_Openings/.



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Bend Whitewater Park from the Air

tommygunn wrote 941 days ago:


Looking downstream at the BWP the safe passage for floaters is on the left, the four surf features are in the center and a wildlife preserve is on the right.  We are looking at the end of August or early September for opening to the public.  The lower construction bridge needs to be removed and park landscaping finished.  All four surf features are bladder controlled and there are also diverters controlling the flow into each channel.  This will all be computer controlled and the Bend Parks and Recreation Department is recruiting for a River Recreational Specialist (Wave Master) to oversee all park operations and maintenance.  This posting ends on 7/6 and can be found at their website  http://www.bendparksandrec.org/info/About_Us/employment/Job_Openings/.



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Bend Whitewater Park from the Air

bozemankayaker wrote 941 days ago:


Looking downstream at the BWP the safe passage for floaters is on the left, the four surf features are in the center and a wildlife preserve is on the right.  We are looking at the end of August or early September for opening to the public.  The lower construction bridge needs to be removed and park landscaping finished.  All four surf features are bladder controlled and there are also diverters controlling the flow into each channel.  This will all be computer controlled and the Bend Parks and Recreation Department is recruiting for a River Recreational Specialist (Wave Master) to oversee all park operations and maintenance.  This posting ends on 7/6 and can be found at their website  http://www.bendparksandrec.org/info/About_Us/employment/Job_Openings/.



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Bend Whitewater Park from the Air

natefry wrote 941 days ago:


Looking downstream at the BWP the safe passage for floaters is on the left, the four surf features are in the center and a wildlife preserve is on the right.  We are looking at the end of August or early September for opening to the public.  The lower construction bridge needs to be removed and park landscaping finished.  All four surf features are bladder controlled and there are also diverters controlling the flow into each channel.  This will all be computer controlled and the Bend Parks and Recreation Department is recruiting for a River Recreational Specialist (Wave Master) to oversee all park operations and maintenance.  This posting ends on 7/6 and can be found at their website  http://www.bendparksandrec.org/info/About_Us/employment/Job_Openings/.



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Bend Whitewater Park from the Air

tommygunn wrote 941 days ago:


Looking downstream at the BWP the safe passage for floaters is on the left, the four surf features are in the center and a wildlife preserve is on the right.  We are looking at the end of August or early September for opening to the public.  The lower construction bridge needs to be removed and park landscaping finished.  All four surf features are bladder controlled and there are also diverters controlling the flow into each channel.  This will all be computer controlled and the Bend Parks and Recreation Department is recruiting for a River Recreational Specialist (Wave Master) to oversee all park operations and maintenance.  This posting ends on 7/6 and can be found at their website  http://www.bendparksandrec.org/info/About_Us/employment/Job_Openings/.



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Bend Whitewater Park from the Air

james wrote 941 days ago:


Looking downstream at the BWP the safe passage for floaters is on the left, the four surf features are in the center and a wildlife preserve is on the right.  We are looking at the end of August or early September for opening to the public.  The lower construction bridge needs to be removed and park landscaping finished.  All four surf features are bladder controlled and there are also diverters controlling the flow into each channel.  This will all be computer controlled and the Bend Parks and Recreation Department is recruiting for a River Recreational Specialist (Wave Master) to oversee all park operations and maintenance.  This posting ends on 7/6 and can be found at their website  http://www.bendparksandrec.org/info/About_Us/employment/Job_Openings/.



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