Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Richmond Beach Community Association Meeting
Tuesday, March 8, 7:30pm (socializing at 7:00pm)
Richmond Beach Congregational Church, lower level
1512 NW 195th Street
Another sloshy Seattle winter is coming to a close. So now is a great time to recharge your spring outdoor batteries. To help you get started, the March RBCA community meeting will focus on parks and hikes.
On Tuesday, March 8, Richmond Beach Community Association is fortunate to have two battery chargers lined up as speakers for the occasion.
Maureen Colaizzi, Park Project Coordinator with the Shoreline Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department (PRCS), will join us to provide an update on the City’s vision for parks and recreation over the next 20 years.
In addition the City wants to hear from you. Colaizzi said, “The PRCS Department is interested in soliciting input and ideas about how we can meet your parks, recreation and cultural needs now and into the future.” Come share your thoughts and ideas.
Our second speaker for the March meeting will be Richmond Beach resident, Alan Coburn. He is President of Green Trails Maps, a publisher of high-quality, recreational trail maps. GreenTrails maps show the most current trail, road and access information to national forests, national parks, state and local parks and other public lands.
Coburn will give a presentation on the recreational opportunities of our region’s forests, parks and ocean beaches.
According to Coburn, "The Green Trails message is to promote getting outside to enjoy the huge recreational opportunities of our national forests, national parks and ocean beaches. We want these great resources to be valued, respected, used and loved."