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Meeting Name: Recreation & Parks Commission Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 6/26/2023 5:30 PM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: City Council Chamber, 2nd Floor, Merced Civic Center, 678 W. 18th Street, Merced, CA 95340
Published agenda: Agenda Agenda Published minutes: Not available  
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23-563 1E.1. Consent ItemSUBJECT: Recreation and Parks Commission Minutes of April 24, 2023 REPORT IN BRIEF Recreation and Parks Commission Minutes from the meeting of April 24, 2023. RECOMMENDATION Adopt a motion approving and filing Recreation and Parks Commission Minutes of April 24, 2023.approvedPass Action details Not available
23-566 1F.1. Report ItemSUBJECT: Updates from Partnering Youth Service Providers & Merced Senior Inc. REPORT IN BRIEF Monthly updates from services providers to commission. Updates may include announcements of upcoming activities or reports on successes or barriers to previous months operations. TERRY Radney (Vice President) presented the monthly report for The Merced Senior Inc. Ed Rose. TERRY shared that Area Agency on Aging added three new programs from their Fall Prevention Program; Bingo size, Tai Chi, and Food Smart and Waste Reduction. The Merced Senior Inc. also partnered with Merced County Library, which provides monthly classes for the seniors on how to use cell phones, tablets and laptops. Some of their other activities are; their Mid year BBQ, Bunko Group, and a trip to Black Oak Casino on July 5th. ED Rose implemented new volunteer opportunity. RECOMMENDATION Information only-no action required   Action details Not available
23-567 1F.2. Report ItemSUBJECT: Parks and Recreation Department Updates REPORT IN BRIEF Director Jensen will provide department updates to the Commission. Junior Warriors report indicated the percentages of the program on how well they did for the 2022 season for about 300 children in the program. Which he gave us information on the ethnic breakdown of the community, but also gave us details on how confident the kids felt after the program. Which we calculated 86% said yes, 3%did not and 11% did not agreed or disagree. Jensen also included a parent report card to see if the parents would sign up for this program again, a 96% said they would return. Movies in the Park were promoted by social media and approved to be shared in schools. Movies in the Park are shown twice a month, in different parks. Snacks, games and activities occur before the showing. We encouraged a survey for feed back on MIP, but instead of payment they would give them a ticket for a free Kona Ice. June 23rd, we showed "Angel's In The Out Field" and had about 150-200 people at the showing. The Wilderness Summer Camp, this   Action details Not available
23-568 1G.1. Business ItemSUBJECT: Request to Add Item to Future Agenda REPORT IN BRIEF Provides members of the Boards/Commissions to request that an item be placed on a future Boards/Commissions agenda for initial consideration by the Boards/Commissions.   Action details Not available
23-569 1G.2. Business ItemSUBJECT: Commission Comments REPORT IN BRIEF Provides an opportunity for the Chair and/or Member(s) to make a brief announcement on any activity(ies) she/he has attended on behalf of the Commssion and to make a brief announcement on future community events and/or activities. The Brown Act does not allow discussion or action by the legislative body under this section.   Action details Not available