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Improving Youth Spoorts ...

Improving Youth Spoorts

VIP IN ACTION

"Parks Make Life Better"


Parks and recreation make lives and communities better now and in the future by providing access to the serenity and inspiration of nature; outdoor space to play and exercise; facilities for self-directed and organized recreation; positive alternatives for youth which help lower crime and mischief; and activities that facilitate social connections, human development, therapy, the arts, and lifelong learning.
“We Create Community and Quality of Life through People, Parks and Programs”

Manhattan Beach Parks and Recreation Department strengthens our community’s fabric, health and well-being, economic base and security. Manhattan Beach residents have long valued neighborhood and community parks as special natural places where they can relax, walk, meditate, enjoy family time, and seek spiritual renewal. As our quality of life has been threatened by crime, urban sprawl, family disintegration, and other modern pressures, the Manhattan Beach Parks and Recreation Department – in partnership with our school district and community-based organizations and business – has risen to the challenge, providing services to increase community health and stability. Today, the Manhattan Beach Parks and Recreation Department provides much, much more than recreation experiences.

Through diverse and innovative programming, and broad partnerships, the Parks and Recreation Departments plays an important role in creating a healthy community. By providing the space to learn and play, space to be safe & secure and space to create & imagine, the Manhattan Beach Parks and Recreation Department meets a nine-part mission:

WE STRENGTHEN COMMUNITY IMAGE AND SENSE OF PLACE: Parks, recreation facilities, programs and community events are key factors in strengthening community image and creating a sense of place.

WE SUPPORT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: Recreation programs and facilities attract and retain businesses and residents, as well as tourists. Parks and recreation provides jobs and generates income for the community and for local businesses.

WE STRENGTHEN SAFETY AND SECURITY: Park and recreation professionals provide safe environments for recreation activities and design programs and services specifically to reduce criminal activity.

WE PROMOTE HEALTH AND WELLNESS: Participation in recreation activities improves physical, social and emotional health that positively impacts community health and wellness.

WE FOSTER HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: Parks and recreation services foster social, intellectual, physical and emotional development.

WE INCREASE CULTURAL UNITY: Parks and recreation increases cultural unity through experiences that promote cultural understanding and celebrate diversity.

WE PROTECT ENVIRONMENTAL RESOURCES: By acquiring and protecting valuable resources as open space, rivers, streams, greenways, view sheds forests, habitat areas, and natural resources are protected and habitat required for the survival of diverse species is preserved.

WE PROVIDE RECREATIONAL EXPERIENCES: Through programmed and self-facilitated recreation, a variety of benefits to individuals, families, neighborhoods, and communities are achieved. Recreational experiences are important as an end in themselves for personal enjoyment.

WE FACILITATE COMMUNITY PROBLEM SOLVING: Park and recreation professionals possess facilitation and leadership skills that can be applied to resolve community problems and issues.

“We provide the place, space and experiences that build high self-esteem and the feeling of living a full life
Idris Jassim Al-Oboudi, City of Manhattan Beach Recreation manager 2001"
ادريس جاسم العبودي

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    1  2010 Cprs Youth Sports Administrators 1 2010 Cprs Youth Sports Administrators Presentation Transcript

    • Youth Sports Administrators: Challenges and Opportunities
      • Speakers:
      • Mark Leyman
      • City of Manhattan Beach
      • Manuel Escobar
      • County of Los Angeles
      • Idris Al-Oboudi
      • City of Manhattan Beach
    • Challenges
      • Changing the culture
      • Accountability
      • Communication
      • Relationship Building
      • Allocating Resources
    • PARKS MAKE LIFE BETTER
      • We Create Positive Sports experiences Better Sports for Kids, Better Kids for Life.
      • 97% of youth Sports Experiences take place on publicly operated fields.
      • We are the landlords and we must not allow negative & unsafe youth sports on properties we operate.
      • Being proactive “Inoculation” V “Treatment”
      • Unsafe environments and experiences keeping youth away form the most proactive and economical
      • approach to health and wellness
      • Unsafe environments and experiences keeping youth away form the most proactive and economical
      • approach to health and wellness
      • Unsafe environments and experiences keeping youth away form the most proactive and economical
      • approach to health and wellness
      • Unsafe environments and experiences keeping youth away form the most proactive and economical
      • approach to health and wellness
      • Unsafe environments and experiences keeping youth away form the most proactive and economical
      • approach to health and wellness
    • Opportunities to…
      • Change the culture
      • Hold people accountable
      • Increase communication
      • Build Relationships
      • Allocate Resources
    • Resources
      • National Alliance for Youth Sports
      • SCMAF
      • Positive Coaching Alliance
      • LA 84 Foundation
      • American Sport Education Program
      • Human Kinetics
      • Team pages
    • Youth Community Sports Groups
      • In-House Sports Programs
      • AYSO
      • Pop Warner Football
      • Boys and Girls Clubs
      • YMCA
      • School Districts
      • Little League
      • Club Soccer
      • Pony Baseball
      • Flag Football
      • Lacrosse
      • Youth Basketball
    • Communication
      • Board Meetings
      • Pre-Post Season Walkthrough’s
      • Transparency (Web)
      • Bi-Annual Field Use Meetings
      • Clear Guidelines
      • Minutes taken by staff
    • Accountability
      • To Provide a Positive Sports Experience
      • Policy to support all layers
      • Staff, Administrators, Officials, Coaches, Parents, Participants
    • Field Guidelines and Allocation
      • In-House or adoption of established program
      • Clear guidelines and expectations for groups
      • Standards for field reservations and policy
      • Pricing Philosophy
      • Maintenance Documentation
    • Board Meetings
      • Training Programs
      • Information Sharing
      • Gain perspective from both sides “big picture”
      • Establish buy-in, timing is everything
    • Relationship Building
      • Difficulty with annual shift of board members
      • Importance of “ownership”
      • Win-Win, not adversarial
    • Setting Expections/Tone
      • Board Presidents need to set up expectations and set the tone… i.e. “Working the system…” “Kill the umpire…”
      • City Council Resolution
    • Research to Support Philosophy
      • Fact based research to support philosophy
      • Use of statistics to set realistic perspective
      • “Better Sports for Kids, Better Kids for Life”
    • Group Discussion
      • Identify:
        • Three successful elements in your youth sports administration
        • Three improvements for policies and communication
        • Three ideas to hold user groups accountable
    • Contact Information
      • Manuel Escobar
      • Retional Operations Manager
      • County of Los Angeles
      • [email_address]
      • 626-369-5146
      Mark Leyman Recreation Services Manager City of Manhattan Beach [email_address] 310-802-5405 Idris Al-Oboudi Recreation Services Manager City of Manhattan Beach [email_address] 310-802-5402
    • PARKS MAKE LIFE BETTER so have fun each day