Bloomingdale Park District Commissioner Is Chairman-Elect of Statewide Association for Parks

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Bloomingdale Park District Commissioner Is Chairman-Elect of Statewide Association for Parks


Byline: Bobbie Jo Hill

Mike Vogl, Commissioner of the Bloomingdale Park District, is Chairman-Elect of the Illinois Association of Park Districts' (IAPD) Board of Trustees.

Vogl was appointed as IAPD's Sergeant-at-Arms in 2016 and was elected to the IAPD board the following year. As Chairman-Elect, he will assist the association with its mission of advancing Illinois park districts, forest preserves, conservation, recreation and special recreation agencies in their ability to preserve natural resources and improve the quality of life for all people in Illinois. He will work with the 18-member board to advise the association in providing service, research and educational programs to its membership of 360 park, recreation and conservation agencies and nearly 100 affiliated business partners.

"Mike has displayed tremendous dedication in promoting recreational opportunities, open space and natural areas both locally and statewide," said Peter Murphy, IAPD President and Chief Executive Officer. "The outstanding leadership experience that he has gained throughout his 22 years on the Bloomingdale Park District board combined with his genuine enthusiasm for enhancing the quality of life through parks, recreation and conservation are excellent traits that will assist the IAPD in its mission to keep Illinois' park districts, forest preserves, conservation and recreation agencies ranked among the nation's best."

Vogl was elected to the Bloomingdale Park District board in 1998, serving six years as President. …

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