Month: March 2021

Kory Alfred reaches credentials as Certified Parks and Recreation Executive – The Madison Record

MADISON – The chief administrator for Madison’s recreation activities has worked to receive a valued title in this field.

Kory Alfred, Parks and Recreation Director for the City of Madison, has achieved the status of Certified Parks and Recreation Executive or CPRE. He is one of only two people in Alabama to have these credentials.

To prepare for exams, Alfred studied one of the textbooks that the National Parks and Recreation Association had recommended. He prepared for almost a year during the COVID-19 outbreak and took a 150-question test at PSI Testing Center in Huntsville.

A recreation professional must satisfy

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Airport crowds, airline ticket sales show travel recovering

American Airlines says bookings are coming back — they’re nearly at pre-pandemic levels

DALLAS — Evidence is mounting that Americans are eager to drive or fly somewhere after being mostly cooped up at home for a year.

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Love Music? These Music-Themed Hotel Rooms And Suites Will Rock Your World

Sure, many of us travel for concerts, music festivals, and visiting art exhibitions—but what

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Investors Shouldn’t Rush to Book a Sunny European Vacation

For many European airlines—and some entire economies—much is riding on the hope that vaccination campaigns save the summer season. Too much, in fact, for investors’ comfort.

Just a few weeks ago, financial markets were feeling optimistic about the tourism industry, carriers in particular. Airport passenger numbers in the U.S. have jumped. Global booking data tracked by analysts point to a big revenue improvement in May, driven by online travel agents.

This seems to confirm theories that there is a lot of pent-up demand. In the U.K., airlines reported a surge in bookings to southern Europe right after Prime Minister Boris

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Parks & Recreation Safely Offers Taste of Normalcy with Spring Program

Parks & Recreation Safely Offers Taste of Normalcy with Spring Programs

Media: Fianna Dickson, 435.1866. Parks & Recreation: 311 or 509.755.2489

Monday, March 29, 2021 at 5:41 p.m.

This spring, with revised protocols under Washington’s Roadmap to Recovery, City of Spokane Parks & Recreation is safely offering the most robust assortment of recreation opportunities in over a year.

“We’re excited to begin restoring more traditional offerings, plus some exciting new ones,” said Recreation director Jennifer Papich. “I’ve been very proud of how our team has adapted to safely provide recreation opportunities throughout the past year despite all of the challenges,

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Kentucky basketball: Johnny Juzang reveals why he transferred

Johnny Juzang was just the type of player that Kentucky needed.

Class of 2019 recruit was a shooter that seemed ready for a multi-year college career. He played in nearly every game during his freshmen season, averaging just over 12 minutes per game. It was obvious that John Calipari had high expectations for Juzang, but he was also quick to put him on the bench when he made a mistake.

After his freshmen campaign, Juzang entered the transfer portal. He said he was homesick, and he would not be the first Wildcat from the West Coast to finish his career

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