The National Recreation and Park Association Would like to Welcome Its Newest Members

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The National Recreation and Park Association Would like to Welcome Its Newest Members


61 ABG Services
Division
El Segundo CA

Air Force Institute
of Technology
Wright Patterson AFB
OH

Atlantic City Recreation
Dept.
Atlantic City NJ

Bourne Recreation
Department
Buzzards Bay MA.

Brigham City Parks &
Recreation
Brigham City UT

Canby Recreation
Services Dept.
Canby OR

Charlotte County Parks
& Rec Dept.
Port Charlotte FL

City of Rockport
Rockport TX

Claiborne Co Parks
Commission
Port Gibson MS

Ebenezer Social
Ministries
Minneapolis MN

Franklin Co Parks Rec &
Cult Res.
Louisburg NC

Greater Los Angeles
Health Care
Los Angeles, CA

Henderson State
University
Arkadelphia AR

Holland Leisure &
Cultural Svcs.
Holland MI

Hunter's Creek
Community Assn.
Orlando FL

J. M. Stewart Corp.
Sarasota FL

Mckinleyville Comm
Services Dept.
Mckinleyville CA

Mountain Home Parks &
Rec Dept. Mountain
Home ID

Murray City Parks &
Recreation
Murray UT

NAVSECGRU Activity
Northwest
Chesapeake VA

North Wildwood
Recreation Dept
Wildwood NJ

Northfield Parks &
Rec Dept.
Northfield MN

Richmond Heights Parks & Rec.
Richmond Heights MO.

Sandy City Parks & Recreation
Sandy UT

Snyderville Basin Spec Rec Dist.
Park City UT

Town of Holly Springs Parks & Rec.
Holly Springs NC

Town of Oneida
Oneida TN

U.S. Coast Guard
Activities NY
Staten Island NY

Vestavia Hills Parks &
Recreation
Vestavia Hills AL

Virginia Gardens
Recreation Dept.
Virginia Gardens FL

White Co Recreation
Dept.
Cleveland GA

Wythe Co Parks & Rec
Dept. WythevilleVA

NEW MEMBERS

Robin Abshire
South Haven MI

Tom Acre
Commerce City CO

Danielle Adams
Overland Park KS

Stephen Adler
Flagstaff AZ

Rick Akers
North Canton OH

Khalaf Al
Shatti Safat

Rita Alexander
Russellville AR

Toni Allen
Waterloo IA

Gerald Allison
Cleveland GA

Nancy Allison-Schmitt
Martinsburg WV

Glenda Alvarez
Arlington VA

Jon Andersen
South Ogden UT

Clark Andersen
Brigham City UT

Dominica Anderson
Chico CA

Brent Anderson
Murray UT

Jay Anderson
Brigham City UT

Brian Andreichuk
Lady Lake FL

Jeremy Archer
De Soto IL

Carey Armbrust
Lakewood CO

Kevin Armentrout
Richmond VA

Johnny Armijo
Albuquerque NM

Rebecca Arms
Rockford IL

Patricia Armstrong
South Yarmouth MA

Sheila Armstrong
Washington DC

Trisha Ashcraff
Macomb IL

Jennifer Ayre
Grand Rapids MI

W. Badcock
Old Bridge NJ

Crystal Bader
Richmond KY

James Baker
Kissimmee FL

Rilanda Baker
Port Gibson MS

Patricia Baker
Sunrise FL

Betty Ballard
FPO AP

Kirby Ballard
Wilmington NC

Matthew Bailing
Buffalo NY

Doyle Banks
Port Gibson MS

Lisa Barbeau
Denver CO

Amy Barbieri
Algonac MI

Philip Barenz
Fort Lauderdale FL

Charles Barham
Youngsville NC

Carol Barker
Pueblo CO

Abe Barker
Ford City PA

Sheryll Barnes
Phoenix AZ

Andro Barnett
Dover DE

Rebecca Barrick
Bloomington IN

Kathryn Barron
Nampa ID

Terry Bass
Wytheville VA

Nameka Bates
Champaign IL

Irene Battle
Castries St Lucia

Robert Baughman
Jacksonville FL

Stacy Beber
Bloomington IN

Troy Beck
Macomb IL

James Beck
Richmond Heights MO

Renee Bednorz
New York NY

Stephen Bell
Mission Viejo CA

James Bell
Sioux City IA

Reno Bellamy
Long Beach CA

G. Bellflower
Cleveland GA

Claire Bellott
Euless TX

Doug Belt
Mountain Home ID

Leanne BenDavid
Newburyport MA

Beth Ann Bennett
Richmond KY

Stephen Bentley
Sayre PA

Jeffrey Berens
Steamboat Springs CO

Patrick Berg
Towner ND

Paul Bergmann
Orlando FL

Greg Berkeland
South Ogden UT

Paul Berryman
VA Beach VA

Leslie Bertram
Seneca SC

Donnie Betenbaugh
Union SC

Abdullah Beyah
Urbana IL

Karen Bibbins
Brockport NY

Robert Bidwell
Osterville MA

Fay Binning
Banner Elk NC

Kristy Bishop
Sault Sainte Marie MI

Paul Bithorn
Virginia Gardens FL

Kristie Blackmon
Fort Collins CO

Robert Blick
Redding CONN. … 

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