Spring is in the air and it’s time to get outdoors. Whether you’re taking a walk, riding a bike, flying a kite, watching your kids play sports, or enjoying a game of disc golf, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Fayetteville’s Parks & Recreation Department is busy planning upcoming programs and activities available to the public. However, this department is short-handed and is looking to fill several part-time seasonal jobs, as well as full-time positions.
“We are very shorthanded,” said Chris Mitchell during last week’s Recreational Department’s Standing Committee Report portion of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting. Currently,