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2012 ANNUAL REPORT BLUFFTON PARKS & RECREATION. Presented by: Pam Vanderkolk, Superintendent. JANUARY. Racquetball tournament – 5 Crochet lessons – 18 Open gym – avg 13/day Weekday Walkers – 30 Toddler Tuesday/Thursdays - 10. FEBRUARY. FEBRUARY. Stuff & Fluff # 1 – 46

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2012 annual report bluffton parks recreation
2012 ANNUAL REPORTBLUFFTON PARKS & RECREATION

Presented by: Pam Vanderkolk, Superintendent


JANUARY

Racquetball tournament – 5

Crochet lessons – 18

Open gym – avg 13/day

Weekday Walkers – 30

Toddler Tuesday/Thursdays - 10


February
FEBRUARY

FEBRUARY

Stuff & Fluff # 1 – 46

Stuff & Fluff # 2 – 35

Mad Ants Clinic – 25

Crochet Lessons – 25

Knitting Lessons – 9

Daddy/Daughter Ball – 362


March
MARCH

Toddler Gold Hunt – 35

Crochet Lessons – 6

Knitting Lessons – 3

Spring Coloring Contest – 42

(4) Cooking Classes – 45

SLR Camera Workshop - 11


APRIL

Pee Wee Indoor Soccer – 83

Badminton – avg 13 per night

Senior Exploration – 41

Easter Egg Hunt – estimated 350

Dog Egg Hunt – 12 pets

Senior Carry-in – 40

Egg Coloring event – 70

Tot Cooking up a story - 12


MAY

Giggles & Games w/Grandma – 30

Cinco de Mayo – 47

Women’s Self Defense class – 14

Pool opens, baseball, softball & T-Ball begin


JUNE

Reed Basket making – 25

Quilting – 5

Wet Wacky Wednesday @ pool – 64

Wood Kit Craft day – 32

Touch – a – Truck – 300 estimate

Bowling Camp – 50 +

Hair Braiding – 34

Funky Flip Flops – 44

Cooking Camp – 19

Show Choir Camp – 12

Loom Hot Pad - 13

Grandpa & Me Build a magazine rack – 31

Summer Coloring Contest – 25

Drawing Animation Camp – 59 in 4 classes

Dance Camps - total of 44 in 4 classes (max)

Adult Tennis League – 8

Art in the Park – 248 total in 3 days

Kids Kamp – 29

Drawing Camp – 48 total (3 classes)

Squish & Sculpt – 24

Sculpture - 11


JUNE – PAGE 2

Discover France – 11

Marshmallow Catapult – 35 (2 classes)

Outdoor Cooking – 17

Coil wrap art – 12

Origami – 17 (3 classes)

Nature’s Bounty Canning Class – 12

Archery – 20

Crackle Painting – 23 – (3 classes)

Fencing – 19 (2 classes)

Nail Art – 59

Crochet – 9

Egyptian Explorers -12

Duct Tape Crafts - 37

Friendship bracelets – 67

Pee Wee Tumbling – 36

Tumbling – 28

Mini Cheer – 28

Special Needs Swim Lessons – 8

Tot Swim Lessons – 21

SLR Camera Workshop – 13

Summer Track – avg 12, 2 times per week

Tie Dye Day – 61

Worry Doll Craft – 24

Mini Basketball Camp – 31

Pee Wee Basketball Camp – 21

Paper Chair Challenge - 9


Intro to Acting – 18

Paper Quilling – 5

Star Gazing – 80

Recycled Jewelry – 14

Knitting – 1

Mosaic Art – 20

Locker Caddy – 10

Paper Mache – 10

IronKid Triathlon – 96

Wet Wacky Wed. – 85

Tennis Lessons – avg 64

Kehoe Move #2 - 180

Tot Fire Dept. visit – 74

Tie Dye Day #2 – 36

Summer Color Contest -35

Decoupage Day – 11

Kehoe Movie #1 – 80

Design your own cap – 20

Kids Camp – 27

Creative Painting – 39

Watercolor Painting – 10

Pee Wee T-Ball – 32

Summer Striders – 34

Wet Wacky Wednesday - 230

july


JULY #2

Boot Camp – 25

Pee Wee Basketball – 41

Kehoe Movie # 3 – 30 (inside due to rain)

Adult 3 on 3 Basketball tourney – 8

Olympic Torch Run – 50

Badminton – avg 10


August

Kehoe Movie #4 – 80

Youth 3 on 3 basketball tourney – 40

Fall Adult Tennis League – 8

Cardboard Boat Race – 40 (2 boats)

Fruit Scoot @ pool – 40

Pass, Punt & Kick Football competition – 91 participants & lots of spectators

Wag ‘n Walk – 40 dogs & 50 people


Women’s self defense – 14

Fall Fit”tastic” Walking Club – 12

Fall coloring Contest – 40

Star Gazing – 25

Pedal ‘N Picnic – 55

National Neighborhood Day – 100 EST

Back before Dark – 16 dogs, 60 people

Dig & Seek – 40

Colavita Bike Race – 147

Art Bazaar – 15

Harvest Hustle - 128

SEPTEMBER


OCTOBER

Fall Senior Exploration – 45

Senior Carry-in – 40

Badminton – 12

Great Pumpkin Hunt – Cancelled due to rain

EWF Pro Wrestling show – 200

Pumpkin Dunkin – 85 swimmers + 30 observers

Autumn Adventure – 1,359

Adult Volleyball League – 7 teams/45 players

Fall Fun Day, Madagascar 3 movie - 55


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EWF Pro Wrestling Show - 120

Candy Making Class – 18

Cake Decorating Class – 13

Card Making Class – 14

Tot Craft day – 15 kids, 15 parents


Tot Candy Cane Hunt – 15 kids + 15 parents

Winter Coloring contest – 90

Santa’s Mailbox – 430

December Dash 5K – 82

Jingle Bell Kids Jog – 3

Fabric Origami Ornament craft – 4

Recycled holiday boxes – 3

Tot handprint craft – 12 kids, 14 parents

EWF Pro Wrestling Show – 75

Paws & Claus – 61 people, 36 dogs

Day Care Christmas – 50

Winter Wonderland - 170

DECEMBER


More than 7,500 people and (64 dogs) participated in programs/events

17,186 visitors to the Wells Community Swimming Pool

28 pool rentals

39 pavilion rentals, 3 Kehoe Park stage rentals, 4 extra ball diamond rentals

122 + volunteers for 384 + hours

$2,948 + donations (prizes, work, goods, etc)

$2,459 loss in vandalism

$42,387 + in repairs/improvements


REVENUE programs/events

Pool Admissions – $25,905.19

Pool concessions - $17,531.16

Roush 1 concessions – $13,572.14

Roush 2 concessions – $6,421.55

Jefferson concessions - $7,436.80

Pavilion rentals - $2,415.00

Grants - $14,278.00

Swim Lessons - $1,293.50

Diamond, Kehoe, Gym rental - $8,510.00

Misc/sports programs - $15,499.08

Pool Rentals - 5,542.50

Memberships (gym, roller hockey, etc) - $16,489.00


STUFF & FLUFF programs/events


Outdoor fall soccer programs/events

Pee Wee Basketball


Fruit Scoot programs/events

A Wet Wacky Wednesday

Pool event!

Summer Striders

Fitness


IronKid programs/events Triathlon

Olympic Torch Relay


Paper Mache programs/events

Mosaic &

Craft Day


Pluck-a-Duck at Wet Wacky Wednesday programs/events

Pee Wee T-Ball

Star Gazing


Duct Tape Crafts programs/events

Creative Painting &

Intro to Acting


Paper chair challenge programs/events

Tie Dye Day

Egyptian Explorers


Discover France programs/events

Track Club &

Quilting



Chicka building and Show Choir CampChicka Boom Boom

Piggy & Daddy Go Fishing

Toddler “Cooking up a Story”

We read a story, did an edible item to go along with the story and a craft.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar


Dig & Seek building and Show Choir Camp

Pass, Punt, Kick


Harvest Hustle 5K & Colavita Bike Time Trials building and Show Choir Camp


Autumn Adventure building and Show Choir Camp

and

Pumpkin Dunkin


Addison Goodwin building and Show Choir Camp

Fall coloring contest winner

EWF Pro Wrestling


Cake Decorating building and Show Choir Camp

Candy Making


Recycled cards building and Show Choir Camp

Card making class

Fabric Origami

Ornament


December Dash/Jingle Bell Jog building and Show Choir Camp

Toddler handprint ornament


Roger Heckel building and Show Choir Camp

2012 Volunteer of the Year

Brandy Beer

coloring contest winner


Nan building and Show Choir CampYakeGeesh, I'm 63 and I want to register and be part of the fun and learning. I hope that the

people of Bluffton and surrounding area know how lucky they are with all of the activities that

the Bluffton Parks provides. WOW!!!!!!!!!

COMPLIMENTS

Lois Collins Shroyer -You guys have some awesome activities for the kids and my oldest

grandaughter has participated in them over the years.....now I am looking forward to doing

them with the youngest.

COMPLIMENTS

Dana Hoopingarnercommented on your album "Toddler Cooking up a story "Chicka...“

Dana wrote: "Thank you Bluffton Parks! You guys are so important to our community!!!”

Thank you so much.

  • Andrea PetersonIt is wonderful that you offer an inexpensive way of keeping the kids engaged over the summer. I so appreciate it!! Thank you!

Janice Cupp HunterThank you, Bluffton Parks Department, for offering the camera workshop! I learned so much in two hours! Can't wait for tomorrow night!

Shirley Duncan So ready for the pool to open!!! Thanks to all of you who work there and keep it nice!!!! SUPER PLACE!!!!!

Jennifer Billey Crum - "All the fun activities on your page make me wish we lived in Bluffton, what a great parks program!"


Melissa Jester building and Show Choir CampTolsoncommented on your Grandpa and Me build a magazine rack.

"My dad & son really loved this! Thank you:-)"

Sabrina Barton White love the eve. swims!!! Great way to get kids energy out before bed time!!

Chad Sheets – that (Star Gazing) was an awesome event.  We love the Parks Dept. and all you do.  The kids have had a blast!  You hit homerun after homerun.  Thanks again for so many fun activities.   

KaleyGrzych My daughter and I had a fun'Mommy Daughter Date Night' together!

Wonderful idea! :) (Kehoe movie)

  • CylieHoopingarner-Krug Love this! What a great idea!! (Kehoe movie)

Kerry Gentis commented on your Pee Wee T-ball 2012 album: "We have a awsome parks dept.

THANK YOU

Athena Bagley commented on your photo. Athena wrote: "Thanks for a fun night with the

family!" about pluck a duck)

Denise Baller -I just wanted to let you know that I think it's wonderful that you are able to

offer the kids all these programs for the summer.  We have been taking advantage of a

lot of them and really appreciate your efforts. 

Bonnie Blessing I used to go to the parks when I was younger.. and once in a while now. They are very well kept…Thanks to the Park Dept..


Mayor Ted Ellis building and Show Choir Camp

City Council Members

Park Board: Rick McEvoy

John Gerber

Susan Campbell

Christine Zadylak

Employees: Brandy Fiechter

Dennis Deininger

Dave Aschliman

Laurie Baumgartner

Terry Leeth

And all seasonal employees!

Brenda Jackson, Clerk/Treasurer’s office, Utility office

and all other departments and of course…all of our volunteers & participants.


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