Magazine article Parks & Recreation

Looking at the Year Ahead

Magazine article Parks & Recreation

Looking at the Year Ahead

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As we enter into the new year, I'd like to share with you the exciting editorial offerings you'll see in 1995. We have revamped our editorial calendar to better address the topics you would like to see. Please look over the new schedule and let us know what you think.

This month we're taking a look at new trends in Recycling and Grounds Maintenance, as well as presenting a roundup of our recent Congress held in Minneapolis. Aquatics will be the focus in February, with special attention being paid to water safety concerns. March will be bring us social issues of the '90s, giving us the opportunity to share with you the significant ways in which our members make a difference in people's lives. March also will feature the 1995 Buyer's Guide, providing you with the most comprehensive source of products and services you need.

April's focus will be multi-facted with a look at playgrounds, softball and in-line skating. May will feature therapeutic recreation, as well as golf and tennis. Also mark you calendar for May for the 1995 NRPA Congress for Recreation Program Packet, which will arrive with that issue. The packet includes a detailed overview of the Congress, as well as the official registration and housing forms you'll need to join us in San Antonio. June will be devoted to computers and computer software, as well as a profile of arts and crafts in park and recreation settings.

July brings us water parks and aquatic facility design and management. August presents outdoor recreation and economic challenges in the '90s, as well as a "Countdown to Congress" feature, giving you a taste of the excitement you'll see in San Antonio. …

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