The Long Strange Disappointing Transportation Trip
By Stacey Pine | Posted on June 28, 2012
The House and Senate have struck a deal that will likely result in Congress passing a bill by this Saturday – the day the bill is set to expire. Many of the crafted bi-partisan reforms and compromises included in the Senate passed bill (S. 1318 or MAP-21) have been removed.
A Different Kind of Picnic In the Park
By Jimmy O'Connor | Posted on June 25, 2012
Nearly 20 million children receive free or reduced-priced lunches at school each year. During the summer months fewer than 3 million children partake in free summer lunch. Learn how park and recreation agencies are serving to fill this gap this summer, helping improve lives and communities
One Thousand Days of Just Spinning Their Wheels
By Stacey Pine | Posted on June 21, 2012
Pressure built on Capitol Hill as lawmakers faced the pending expiration of the current transportation law.
Scholarships and Fellowships it is WORTH it
By Tom Venniro | Posted on June 18, 2012
A Young Professional recommends that young park and recreation professionals should apply for the NRPA Young Professional Fellowship to further their professional development and career.