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Small Communities

Open to all members who are employed by agencies or communities serving a population of 15,000 or less.
This section addresses those unique issues associated with providing recreation and leisure services in small communities.

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The main purpose of this section is to increase the knowledge and professionalism of those involved in all aspects of aquatics through workshops, meetings, and special training events.

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Colorado Association of Recreational Athletics promotes the development of athletics and encourages the standardization of rules and classifications in games and competition. CARA holds local, regional, and state competitions in youth and adult athletics throughout the state.

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The mission/purpose of the Fitness Section is to provide education for professionals and the community through Fitness in the Rockies, share program ideas and industry trends, understand the industry through membership support, and enhance fitness/wellness representation within CPRA through networking meetings.

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This section provides educational workshops and activities for professionals involved with all phases of park maintenance and operation. This section is well known for its Parks Workshop and Trade show in the spring.

Meetings are held quarterly throughout the metro area. Topics include a wide variety of Parks related issues from maintenance and projects to management and public interaction strategies.

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Preschool Licensing Activities and Youth Section (PLAaY) provides recreational and development opportunities for children, youth and teens through a collaborative effort of agencies throughout the state. PLAaY also addresses the unique issues of licensed childcare programs, shares program ideas and provides educational opportunities for professionals.

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Open to all members who are employed by agencies or communities serving a population of 15,000 or less. This section addresses those unique issues associated with providing recreation and leisure services in small communities.

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Therapeutic Recreation Society of Colorado (TRSC) serves therapeutic recreation specialists, those programming for special populations and inclusion, through professional workshops and regular meetings throughout the year. TRSC strives to provide resources and opportunities for TR practitioners in both community and clinical settings in Colorado.

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Open to all members who are employed by agencies located in the Western half of our state, this section addresses unique issues associated with being on the Western Slope through workshops, meetings and social events.

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