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Coquitlam
Assignment #4 – Service Sectors in Your
Community
Tim Oh
SPSC 2210
Image of sign of Coquitlam. Web source: https://www.kcplumb.ca/plumbing/coquitlam
Public Commercial/Privat
e
Volunteer/Non-profit
Service Sectors
Town Centre Park 4-5
City Centre Aquatic Complex 6-7
Centennial Secondary School 8-9
The Vancouver Golf Club 11-12
Zone Bowling 13-14
Trapped Coquitlam 15-16
KidStart 18-19
Coquitlam Metro Ford Soccer Club 20-21
Evergreen Cultural Centre 22-23
Image of Town Center Percy Perry Stadium. Web source: en.wikipedia.org Image of overview of hole. Web source: https://www.peiga.ca/ Image of Kidstart logo. Web source: https:/kidstart,ca
Public
Sector
Service Sector: Public
Address: 1299 Pinetree Way
The community parks in our neighborhood, such as Town Centre Park,
are a part of the public sector because the municipal government
develops them to encourage public recreation through freely
accessible facilities. Furthermore, these community parks are available
for both gender, all age, ethnic, and special interest group (Lunn,
2021). Ultimately, promotes a way for the public to increase their
physical and social well-being, deeming community parks as a “public
good” (Lunn, 2021, p.3)
Town
Center
Park
Image of Town Center Percy Perry Stadium. Web source: en.wikipedia.org
SPSC 2210 Connection:
Recreation
Town Centre Park is a recreation example because the local municipal government
addresses the general public’s recreational needs by developing recreational facilities such
as community parks (Lunn, 2021). The community park “provide(s) opportunities for both
genders, all age groups, all ethnic groups, and special interest groups” (Lunn, 2021, p.5).
This community park promotes its public recreational opportunities through the
development of multiple different sporting facilities like, but not limited to, soccer fields,
baseball diamonds, and tennis courts. In addition to the more common sporting activities,
Town Centre Park also provides facilities for skateboarding, fishing, and physical
workouts through outdoor fitness equipment. Community parks are for the “good of
society” as they provide a space where people can come together and participate in
“fitness, sport, age-related programs, events, arts, leadership, etc” (Lunn, 2021, p.3). In
contrast to the sporting faculties, a lake trail, community plaza, and an inspirational
garden are available for public uses, providing places for the community to socialize,
support, and share knowledge on a multitude of growing practices (Government of
Coquitlam, n.d.). Town Centre Park is geographically located in the Coquitlam
community center, making it easier for all community members to access the park. The
local government also constructed a sky train station beside the park to further increase
the park’s accessibility to the community. On a whole, this community park provides
accessibility to increase “a person’s physical and social well-being and to [improve]
overall quality of life” (Lunn, 2021, p.5).
Town
Center
Park
Image of Town Center Percy Perry Stadium. Web source: en.wikipedia.org
Service Sector: Public
Address : 1210 Pinetree Way
This is a part of the public sector because the aquatic complex
provides services such as “fitness, sport, age-related programs,
events, arts, leadership, etc.” which are developed by the
municipal government and delivered to the general public
(Lunn, 2021, p.3).
City
Center
Aquatic
Complex
Image of City Center Aquatic Complex. Web source: en.wikipedia.org
SPSC 2210 Connection: Recreation and Coaching
The Aquatic Complex is teamed up with Red Cross to provide a place where
members of the community can learn how to be a lifeguard. These lifeguard
programs provide the public with coaching and education on different possible
situations in and out of the pool. Though the position of the lifeguard does not
require a NCCP certification to be eligible, the facility still has the coaching
environment within the complex.
The City Centre Aquatic Complex provides a variety of amenities and programs
for groups and individuals to partake in recreational activities. Due to this
complex being developed by the local municipal government to deliver
recreational opportunities to the entire local community, This aquatic complex is
considered a part of the public sector of recreation (Lunn, 2021). The aquatic
complex provides opportunities to swim, weight train, and relax in varied
saunas. In addition to the amenities, the complex also provides drop-in programs
and virtual fitness programs, which help increase the complex’s inclusivity. The
municipal government helps make these activities accessible and functional to
the general public by providing these recreational services for low prices while
keeping these activities safe for all ages by employing trained lifeguards.
City
Center
Aquatic
Complex
Image of City Center Aquatic Complex. Web source: en.wikipedia.org
Service Sector: Public
Address : 570 Poirier St
Centennial Secondary School is a public school that follows
the Charter of Rights and Freedoms by providing education for
all students in grades 9-12 in the public school system. As a
whole, the public school system provides education to “both
genders, all age groups, all ethnic groups, and special interest
groups[,]” as the Charter of Rights and Freedoms classifies
education as a human right (Lunn, 2021, p.5). Centennial is
operated by the local municipal government’s school board
called “School District No.43.” They are responsible for
providing general school education, including physical
education and recreation.
Centennial
Secondary
School
Image of front entrance of Centennial Secondary School . Web source: www.sd43.bc.ca/
SPSC 2210 Connection:
Physical Education and Recreation
Centennial secondary school is an example of physical education as the school
requires grades 9 and 10 to participate in a physical education class. This class is
designed to teach physical literacy, health & wellness, and long-term physical
activity, promoting “overall quality of life” (Lunn, 2021, p.5). However, this
course becomes an elective, which is optional, for grades 11 and 12 who want to
further their physical education knowledge.
Centennial also provides a large selection of recreational programs, clubs, and
activities for its students. The collective interest of the students creates these
services since any club can be created as long as the student is able to get a
teacher to join/supervise the club for safety (Lunn, 2021). For example, curling,
ski & snowboarding, and ball hockey clubs were all created outside of a
competitive sports environment, so students can leisurely enjoy the sport. In
addition to clubs, the school hosts intramural activities to promote physical
activity and recreation outside of classes.
Centennial
Secondary
School
Image of front entrance of Centennial Secondary School . Web source: www.sd43.bc.ca/
Commercial
Sector
Service Sector:
Commercial/Private
Address: 771 Austin Ave
Because the Vancouver Golf Club is a profit-oriented business that
charges an annual membership fee for access to the course and other
amenities, it falls under the commercial sector (Lunn, 2021). As the
name suggests, this company caters to golf enthusiasts by providing a
private location for them to practice, train, and compete in golf-related
activities. This golf course is a private facility, which means that only
those who pay membership fees have access to it; nevertheless,
anyone of any age, gender, or ability level can join. VGC also permits
the general public to arrange special events, such as weddings, in their
clubhouse/lodge for a fee, even if they are not members.
The
Vancouver
Golf Club
Image of overview of hole. Web source: https://www.peiga.ca/
SPSC 2210 Connection:
Coaching and Recreation
One of the benefits of being a member of VGC is the ability to organize one-on-
one coaching sessions with golf professionals. These professionals can employ
cutting-edge technology to assist members improve their swing form and
technical abilities, as well as change their golfing equipment to make it more
personalized for them. As a result, players who want to work as professional golf
coaches may have more opportunities (Lunn, 2021). However, there are no
specific NCCP certificates that are required for this coaching position.
"Recreation is a fundamental human need," according to Lunn (2021), and VGC
wants to assist members in accessing golf-related leisure activities that can
improve their physical and emotional well-being (p.5). Members get access to an
18-hole course, a driving range, a putting and chipping range, as well as a
practice hole at this facility. In addition to golf-related amenities, VGC provides
access to a comprehensive cardio-weight facility as well as a fun area with pool
and table tennis.
The
Vancouver
Golf Club
Image of overview of hole. Web source: https://www.peiga.ca/
Service Sector:
Commercial/Private
Address: 12-288 Schoolhouse St
╸ Zone Bowling is a commercial enterprise that offers the
public an indoor leisure activity, bowling, as well as minor
activities such as pool, arcade games, and air hockey. These
services are available for a price to all members of the
community at the consumer’s desire and expense which leads
to the profit of the business. However, the cost of the
activities is kept at a level that the general public is willing to
pay to remain popular (Lunn, 2021). Zone Bowling's leisure
activities are also accessible to "all genders, all age groups, all
ethnic groups, and special interest groups" with the use of
appropriate equipment, as long as they can “afford the
service” (Lunn, 2021, pp. 5,7).
Zone Bowling
Image of front entrance of Zone Bowling. Web source: https:/www.yelp.ca/
SPSC 2210 Connection:
Recreation
Zone Bowling is a part of the "broad leisure industry," as it helps
inhabitants in the neighbourhood find recreational, employment,
and entertainment possibilities (Lunn, 2021, p.7). Zone Bowling
provides a safe environment for the community to enjoy
recreational bowling, as well as a place for them to mingle and
engage in promotional activities such as "2 buck Tuesday"
(Zone Bowling Coquitlam, n.d.). In addition to public bowling,
Zone Bowling offers discounted school rates, allowing school
students to have easier access to the facility, making this
recreational activity even more accessible.
Zone Bowling
Image of front entrance of Zone Bowling. Web source: https:/www.yelp.ca/
Service Sector:
Commercial/Private
Address: 12-288 Schoolhouse St
Trapped Coquitlam is classified as a commercial enterprise
since residents must pay a fee to participate in the company's
recreational programs. The majority of the company's
revenue comes from these fees, which often reflect how
popular their service is (Lunn, 2021). The participation in this
activity is not a necessity but purely based on the consumer’s
desire and their whether they can afford it (Lunn, 2021).
Trapped
Image of front entrance of Trapped. Web source: https://trapped.ca/
SPSC 2210 Connection:
Recreation
Trapped Coquitlam offers a new sort of recreational activity to
the community, making it a hot spot or a "consumer desire(d)"
activity (Lunn, 2021, p.6). Due to the fact that Trapped
Coquitlam only provides one sort of entertainment, the firm
relies on general advertising but seeks to target a "specific
market group" of challenge seekers or mystery enthusiasts in the
community (Lunn, 2021, p.7). This business can draw customers
from beyond the region thanks to Trapped Coquitlam's unique
recreational offering, which could "[stimulate] [the] local
[economy]" (Lunn, 2021, p.7).
Trapped
Image of front entrance of Trapped. Web source: https://trapped.ca/
Volunteer Sector
Service Sector: Volunteer
Address: 400-496 Roderick Ave
KidStart is a non-profit origination that operates and relies on
“funding from donations, grants and fundraising activities” to
survive (KidStart, 2020; Lunn, 2021). KidStart receives most of its
long-term financial base from community partners, corporate
donations and foundation donations. On the other hand, KidStart
heavily “relies on the time and dedication of [their] volunteer
mentors” to provide the company’s service of coaching (KidStart,
2020). This service is only “good for select populations” since the
service is only available to children aged 6-12 and, volunteers are
restricted to age 19 or older (Lunn, 2021, p.8).
Kidstart
Image of Kidstart logo. Web source: https:/kidstart,ca
SPSC 2210 Connection:
Coaching and Recreation
Kidstart
Because all of their volunteers are trained to be "life coaches" or mentors, this is a
coaching example. Each adult volunteer, aged 19 and up, must complete an application
that includes a personal screening interview. Volunteers must attend many training
sessions after being accepted before being partnered with a kid. Volunteers must attend
continued training sessions throughout the year, even after they have completed the first
training sessions. Though specific NCCP certification are not required, they have their
own training requirements to be eligible to become life coaches.
The mentors are then assigned to a kid between the ages of 6 and 12 and given the
responsibility of "[providing] each child with opportunities to develop a supportive
relationship with a caring adult, to experience a sense of personal achievement, and to
strengthen [the child's] resilience" (KidStart, 2020). This is an example of recreation
because after a mentor is matched with a child, they are offered a choice of community
activities to partake in with their matched child. These activities are designed to be
enjoyable, assist in the development of fundamental abilities, and "[improve] the child's
quality of life and well-being" (KidStart, 2020; Lunn, 2021, p.3). Bike riding, watching
movies, making crafts, or simply taking a walk are all possibilities; it all depends on
what the pair wants to do (KidStart, 2020).
Image of a volunteer and their matched child. Web source: https://www.kidstart.ca/lower-mainland/
Service Sector: Volunteer
Address: 400-496 Roderick Ave
CMFSC runs on a "profit-making for sustain services" business model,
charging a service fee to players/members but relying on its volunteer staff
to stay afloat (Lunn, 2021, p.8). The user fee covers the cost of team
equipment, field reservations, and paying a referee for each game for all
community members, regardless of age or ability level. Programs like
KidSport or Jumpstart are available to help community members who are
financially strapped meet these high expenditures (Lunn, 2021). CMFSC
runs fundraisers in addition to Kidsport and Jumpstart to help teams cover
the cost of equipment and other expenses. One of CMFSC's primary
principles is that they aim to be able to provide soccer to everyone in the
community, which means all genders, all age groups, all ethnic groups, and
special interest groups are welcome (CMFSC, 2021).
Coquitlam
Metro Ford
Soccer Club
Image of a CMFSC logo. Web source: www.CMFSC.ca/
SPSC 2210 Connection:
Coaching, Physical Education, Recreation
Coaches make up the majority of CMFSC's staff and volunteers, and they are critical to
the success of individual teams and the club as a whole. A person must pass an application
process to become a head coach, which includes completing certain coach training courses
such as NCCP which is used to determine level of certification and qualification
(Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club, 2016). As a result of this need, CMFSC offers other
coach certification courses and programs to assist people of the community in becoming
certified coaches at the level they wish. In addition to these activities, CMFSC offers a
mentorship program for high school students to help them build their leadership and
coaching abilities at a young age (CMFSC, 2021).
Any community member who wishes to practice or engage in recreational soccer can
attend CMFSC's spring break and summer camps. These programs are for boys and girls,
with some being co-ed, and consist of practicing soccer fundamentals and playing
enjoyable small-sided games (CMFSC, 2021). CMFSC, on the other hand, offers soccer
players academies that focus on direct practice and development. Members of the
community who want to join a soccer league but don't want to devote a lot of time to the
competitive side of the sport can join "house leagues" that focus on the recreational
element of the game. CMFSC assists the community and the general public meet many of
their recreational needs, regardless of age, gender, or skill level, by delivering all of these
available programs (Lunn, 2021).
Coquitlam
Metro Ford
Soccer Club
Personal photo of my team after winning a soccer tournament; photo from September 2015
Service Sector: Volunteer
Address: 1205 Pinetree Way
The Evergreen Cultural Centre's primary source of revenue is box office sales
and rental services, which enable the organisation to generate a profit and
continue to provide services, making it a component of the volunteer sector
(Lunn, 2021). In addition to collecting funds for the local municipal
government, the company accepts donations from individuals, corporations, and
other associations. This enables the cultural centre to provide entertainment in
the form of art exhibitions, theatrical plays, and music concerts. These programs
are aimed towards the community's art population and other like-minded
persons, allowing them to participate in this type of enjoyment.
Evergreen
Cultural
Center
Image of inside the theater. Web source: https://evergreenculturalcentre.ca/
SPSC 2210 Connection:
Physical Education, Recreation
The Evergreen Cultural Centre offers youth programs that allow people to
participate in physical education through musical theatre, acting, and dance.
These programs give local youngsters the opportunity to improve their physical
development while also engaging in a different type of recreation.
Dance events, theatre performances, and music concerts are among the paid
recreational services offered by the Centre. They do, however, host free art
shows available to "all genders, all age groups, all ethnic groups, and special
interest groups[,]" allowing all sections of the community to meet their
recreational needs (Lunn, 2021, p.5).
Evergreen
Cultural
Center
Image of inside the theater. Web source: https://evergreenculturalcentre.ca/
CMFSC. (2021). CMFSC - Who We Are. https://www.cmfsc.ca/who-we-are
Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club. (2016). Privacy Policy [Brochure].
Government of Coquitlam (n.d.). Town Centre Park. https://coquitlam.ca/Facilities/Facility/
Details/Town-Centre-Park-84
KidStart. (2020). SUPPORT - Coaching Kids for the Game of Life. https://www.kidstart.ca/support/
Lunn, E. (2021). Adventure #4 – Service Sectors in Your Community In E. Lunn (Ed.), SPSC 2210:
Foundations of physical education, recreation, & coaching course pack (pp. 1-10). Douglas
College.
Zone Bowling Coquitlam. (n.d.). Weekday Specials - Affordable Family Activities in Coquitlam.
http://zonebowling.ca/specials/weekday-specials
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Course adventure 4

  • 1. Coquitlam Assignment #4 – Service Sectors in Your Community Tim Oh SPSC 2210 Image of sign of Coquitlam. Web source: https://www.kcplumb.ca/plumbing/coquitlam
  • 2. Public Commercial/Privat e Volunteer/Non-profit Service Sectors Town Centre Park 4-5 City Centre Aquatic Complex 6-7 Centennial Secondary School 8-9 The Vancouver Golf Club 11-12 Zone Bowling 13-14 Trapped Coquitlam 15-16 KidStart 18-19 Coquitlam Metro Ford Soccer Club 20-21 Evergreen Cultural Centre 22-23 Image of Town Center Percy Perry Stadium. Web source: en.wikipedia.org Image of overview of hole. Web source: https://www.peiga.ca/ Image of Kidstart logo. Web source: https:/kidstart,ca
  • 4. Service Sector: Public Address: 1299 Pinetree Way The community parks in our neighborhood, such as Town Centre Park, are a part of the public sector because the municipal government develops them to encourage public recreation through freely accessible facilities. Furthermore, these community parks are available for both gender, all age, ethnic, and special interest group (Lunn, 2021). Ultimately, promotes a way for the public to increase their physical and social well-being, deeming community parks as a “public good” (Lunn, 2021, p.3) Town Center Park Image of Town Center Percy Perry Stadium. Web source: en.wikipedia.org
  • 5. SPSC 2210 Connection: Recreation Town Centre Park is a recreation example because the local municipal government addresses the general public’s recreational needs by developing recreational facilities such as community parks (Lunn, 2021). The community park “provide(s) opportunities for both genders, all age groups, all ethnic groups, and special interest groups” (Lunn, 2021, p.5). This community park promotes its public recreational opportunities through the development of multiple different sporting facilities like, but not limited to, soccer fields, baseball diamonds, and tennis courts. In addition to the more common sporting activities, Town Centre Park also provides facilities for skateboarding, fishing, and physical workouts through outdoor fitness equipment. Community parks are for the “good of society” as they provide a space where people can come together and participate in “fitness, sport, age-related programs, events, arts, leadership, etc” (Lunn, 2021, p.3). In contrast to the sporting faculties, a lake trail, community plaza, and an inspirational garden are available for public uses, providing places for the community to socialize, support, and share knowledge on a multitude of growing practices (Government of Coquitlam, n.d.). Town Centre Park is geographically located in the Coquitlam community center, making it easier for all community members to access the park. The local government also constructed a sky train station beside the park to further increase the park’s accessibility to the community. On a whole, this community park provides accessibility to increase “a person’s physical and social well-being and to [improve] overall quality of life” (Lunn, 2021, p.5). Town Center Park Image of Town Center Percy Perry Stadium. Web source: en.wikipedia.org
  • 6. Service Sector: Public Address : 1210 Pinetree Way This is a part of the public sector because the aquatic complex provides services such as “fitness, sport, age-related programs, events, arts, leadership, etc.” which are developed by the municipal government and delivered to the general public (Lunn, 2021, p.3). City Center Aquatic Complex Image of City Center Aquatic Complex. Web source: en.wikipedia.org
  • 7. SPSC 2210 Connection: Recreation and Coaching The Aquatic Complex is teamed up with Red Cross to provide a place where members of the community can learn how to be a lifeguard. These lifeguard programs provide the public with coaching and education on different possible situations in and out of the pool. Though the position of the lifeguard does not require a NCCP certification to be eligible, the facility still has the coaching environment within the complex. The City Centre Aquatic Complex provides a variety of amenities and programs for groups and individuals to partake in recreational activities. Due to this complex being developed by the local municipal government to deliver recreational opportunities to the entire local community, This aquatic complex is considered a part of the public sector of recreation (Lunn, 2021). The aquatic complex provides opportunities to swim, weight train, and relax in varied saunas. In addition to the amenities, the complex also provides drop-in programs and virtual fitness programs, which help increase the complex’s inclusivity. The municipal government helps make these activities accessible and functional to the general public by providing these recreational services for low prices while keeping these activities safe for all ages by employing trained lifeguards. City Center Aquatic Complex Image of City Center Aquatic Complex. Web source: en.wikipedia.org
  • 8. Service Sector: Public Address : 570 Poirier St Centennial Secondary School is a public school that follows the Charter of Rights and Freedoms by providing education for all students in grades 9-12 in the public school system. As a whole, the public school system provides education to “both genders, all age groups, all ethnic groups, and special interest groups[,]” as the Charter of Rights and Freedoms classifies education as a human right (Lunn, 2021, p.5). Centennial is operated by the local municipal government’s school board called “School District No.43.” They are responsible for providing general school education, including physical education and recreation. Centennial Secondary School Image of front entrance of Centennial Secondary School . Web source: www.sd43.bc.ca/
  • 9. SPSC 2210 Connection: Physical Education and Recreation Centennial secondary school is an example of physical education as the school requires grades 9 and 10 to participate in a physical education class. This class is designed to teach physical literacy, health & wellness, and long-term physical activity, promoting “overall quality of life” (Lunn, 2021, p.5). However, this course becomes an elective, which is optional, for grades 11 and 12 who want to further their physical education knowledge. Centennial also provides a large selection of recreational programs, clubs, and activities for its students. The collective interest of the students creates these services since any club can be created as long as the student is able to get a teacher to join/supervise the club for safety (Lunn, 2021). For example, curling, ski & snowboarding, and ball hockey clubs were all created outside of a competitive sports environment, so students can leisurely enjoy the sport. In addition to clubs, the school hosts intramural activities to promote physical activity and recreation outside of classes. Centennial Secondary School Image of front entrance of Centennial Secondary School . Web source: www.sd43.bc.ca/
  • 11. Service Sector: Commercial/Private Address: 771 Austin Ave Because the Vancouver Golf Club is a profit-oriented business that charges an annual membership fee for access to the course and other amenities, it falls under the commercial sector (Lunn, 2021). As the name suggests, this company caters to golf enthusiasts by providing a private location for them to practice, train, and compete in golf-related activities. This golf course is a private facility, which means that only those who pay membership fees have access to it; nevertheless, anyone of any age, gender, or ability level can join. VGC also permits the general public to arrange special events, such as weddings, in their clubhouse/lodge for a fee, even if they are not members. The Vancouver Golf Club Image of overview of hole. Web source: https://www.peiga.ca/
  • 12. SPSC 2210 Connection: Coaching and Recreation One of the benefits of being a member of VGC is the ability to organize one-on- one coaching sessions with golf professionals. These professionals can employ cutting-edge technology to assist members improve their swing form and technical abilities, as well as change their golfing equipment to make it more personalized for them. As a result, players who want to work as professional golf coaches may have more opportunities (Lunn, 2021). However, there are no specific NCCP certificates that are required for this coaching position. "Recreation is a fundamental human need," according to Lunn (2021), and VGC wants to assist members in accessing golf-related leisure activities that can improve their physical and emotional well-being (p.5). Members get access to an 18-hole course, a driving range, a putting and chipping range, as well as a practice hole at this facility. In addition to golf-related amenities, VGC provides access to a comprehensive cardio-weight facility as well as a fun area with pool and table tennis. The Vancouver Golf Club Image of overview of hole. Web source: https://www.peiga.ca/
  • 13. Service Sector: Commercial/Private Address: 12-288 Schoolhouse St ╸ Zone Bowling is a commercial enterprise that offers the public an indoor leisure activity, bowling, as well as minor activities such as pool, arcade games, and air hockey. These services are available for a price to all members of the community at the consumer’s desire and expense which leads to the profit of the business. However, the cost of the activities is kept at a level that the general public is willing to pay to remain popular (Lunn, 2021). Zone Bowling's leisure activities are also accessible to "all genders, all age groups, all ethnic groups, and special interest groups" with the use of appropriate equipment, as long as they can “afford the service” (Lunn, 2021, pp. 5,7). Zone Bowling Image of front entrance of Zone Bowling. Web source: https:/www.yelp.ca/
  • 14. SPSC 2210 Connection: Recreation Zone Bowling is a part of the "broad leisure industry," as it helps inhabitants in the neighbourhood find recreational, employment, and entertainment possibilities (Lunn, 2021, p.7). Zone Bowling provides a safe environment for the community to enjoy recreational bowling, as well as a place for them to mingle and engage in promotional activities such as "2 buck Tuesday" (Zone Bowling Coquitlam, n.d.). In addition to public bowling, Zone Bowling offers discounted school rates, allowing school students to have easier access to the facility, making this recreational activity even more accessible. Zone Bowling Image of front entrance of Zone Bowling. Web source: https:/www.yelp.ca/
  • 15. Service Sector: Commercial/Private Address: 12-288 Schoolhouse St Trapped Coquitlam is classified as a commercial enterprise since residents must pay a fee to participate in the company's recreational programs. The majority of the company's revenue comes from these fees, which often reflect how popular their service is (Lunn, 2021). The participation in this activity is not a necessity but purely based on the consumer’s desire and their whether they can afford it (Lunn, 2021). Trapped Image of front entrance of Trapped. Web source: https://trapped.ca/
  • 16. SPSC 2210 Connection: Recreation Trapped Coquitlam offers a new sort of recreational activity to the community, making it a hot spot or a "consumer desire(d)" activity (Lunn, 2021, p.6). Due to the fact that Trapped Coquitlam only provides one sort of entertainment, the firm relies on general advertising but seeks to target a "specific market group" of challenge seekers or mystery enthusiasts in the community (Lunn, 2021, p.7). This business can draw customers from beyond the region thanks to Trapped Coquitlam's unique recreational offering, which could "[stimulate] [the] local [economy]" (Lunn, 2021, p.7). Trapped Image of front entrance of Trapped. Web source: https://trapped.ca/
  • 18. Service Sector: Volunteer Address: 400-496 Roderick Ave KidStart is a non-profit origination that operates and relies on “funding from donations, grants and fundraising activities” to survive (KidStart, 2020; Lunn, 2021). KidStart receives most of its long-term financial base from community partners, corporate donations and foundation donations. On the other hand, KidStart heavily “relies on the time and dedication of [their] volunteer mentors” to provide the company’s service of coaching (KidStart, 2020). This service is only “good for select populations” since the service is only available to children aged 6-12 and, volunteers are restricted to age 19 or older (Lunn, 2021, p.8). Kidstart Image of Kidstart logo. Web source: https:/kidstart,ca
  • 19. SPSC 2210 Connection: Coaching and Recreation Kidstart Because all of their volunteers are trained to be "life coaches" or mentors, this is a coaching example. Each adult volunteer, aged 19 and up, must complete an application that includes a personal screening interview. Volunteers must attend many training sessions after being accepted before being partnered with a kid. Volunteers must attend continued training sessions throughout the year, even after they have completed the first training sessions. Though specific NCCP certification are not required, they have their own training requirements to be eligible to become life coaches. The mentors are then assigned to a kid between the ages of 6 and 12 and given the responsibility of "[providing] each child with opportunities to develop a supportive relationship with a caring adult, to experience a sense of personal achievement, and to strengthen [the child's] resilience" (KidStart, 2020). This is an example of recreation because after a mentor is matched with a child, they are offered a choice of community activities to partake in with their matched child. These activities are designed to be enjoyable, assist in the development of fundamental abilities, and "[improve] the child's quality of life and well-being" (KidStart, 2020; Lunn, 2021, p.3). Bike riding, watching movies, making crafts, or simply taking a walk are all possibilities; it all depends on what the pair wants to do (KidStart, 2020). Image of a volunteer and their matched child. Web source: https://www.kidstart.ca/lower-mainland/
  • 20. Service Sector: Volunteer Address: 400-496 Roderick Ave CMFSC runs on a "profit-making for sustain services" business model, charging a service fee to players/members but relying on its volunteer staff to stay afloat (Lunn, 2021, p.8). The user fee covers the cost of team equipment, field reservations, and paying a referee for each game for all community members, regardless of age or ability level. Programs like KidSport or Jumpstart are available to help community members who are financially strapped meet these high expenditures (Lunn, 2021). CMFSC runs fundraisers in addition to Kidsport and Jumpstart to help teams cover the cost of equipment and other expenses. One of CMFSC's primary principles is that they aim to be able to provide soccer to everyone in the community, which means all genders, all age groups, all ethnic groups, and special interest groups are welcome (CMFSC, 2021). Coquitlam Metro Ford Soccer Club Image of a CMFSC logo. Web source: www.CMFSC.ca/
  • 21. SPSC 2210 Connection: Coaching, Physical Education, Recreation Coaches make up the majority of CMFSC's staff and volunteers, and they are critical to the success of individual teams and the club as a whole. A person must pass an application process to become a head coach, which includes completing certain coach training courses such as NCCP which is used to determine level of certification and qualification (Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club, 2016). As a result of this need, CMFSC offers other coach certification courses and programs to assist people of the community in becoming certified coaches at the level they wish. In addition to these activities, CMFSC offers a mentorship program for high school students to help them build their leadership and coaching abilities at a young age (CMFSC, 2021). Any community member who wishes to practice or engage in recreational soccer can attend CMFSC's spring break and summer camps. These programs are for boys and girls, with some being co-ed, and consist of practicing soccer fundamentals and playing enjoyable small-sided games (CMFSC, 2021). CMFSC, on the other hand, offers soccer players academies that focus on direct practice and development. Members of the community who want to join a soccer league but don't want to devote a lot of time to the competitive side of the sport can join "house leagues" that focus on the recreational element of the game. CMFSC assists the community and the general public meet many of their recreational needs, regardless of age, gender, or skill level, by delivering all of these available programs (Lunn, 2021). Coquitlam Metro Ford Soccer Club Personal photo of my team after winning a soccer tournament; photo from September 2015
  • 22. Service Sector: Volunteer Address: 1205 Pinetree Way The Evergreen Cultural Centre's primary source of revenue is box office sales and rental services, which enable the organisation to generate a profit and continue to provide services, making it a component of the volunteer sector (Lunn, 2021). In addition to collecting funds for the local municipal government, the company accepts donations from individuals, corporations, and other associations. This enables the cultural centre to provide entertainment in the form of art exhibitions, theatrical plays, and music concerts. These programs are aimed towards the community's art population and other like-minded persons, allowing them to participate in this type of enjoyment. Evergreen Cultural Center Image of inside the theater. Web source: https://evergreenculturalcentre.ca/
  • 23. SPSC 2210 Connection: Physical Education, Recreation The Evergreen Cultural Centre offers youth programs that allow people to participate in physical education through musical theatre, acting, and dance. These programs give local youngsters the opportunity to improve their physical development while also engaging in a different type of recreation. Dance events, theatre performances, and music concerts are among the paid recreational services offered by the Centre. They do, however, host free art shows available to "all genders, all age groups, all ethnic groups, and special interest groups[,]" allowing all sections of the community to meet their recreational needs (Lunn, 2021, p.5). Evergreen Cultural Center Image of inside the theater. Web source: https://evergreenculturalcentre.ca/
  • 24. CMFSC. (2021). CMFSC - Who We Are. https://www.cmfsc.ca/who-we-are Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club. (2016). Privacy Policy [Brochure]. Government of Coquitlam (n.d.). Town Centre Park. https://coquitlam.ca/Facilities/Facility/ Details/Town-Centre-Park-84 KidStart. (2020). SUPPORT - Coaching Kids for the Game of Life. https://www.kidstart.ca/support/ Lunn, E. (2021). Adventure #4 – Service Sectors in Your Community In E. Lunn (Ed.), SPSC 2210: Foundations of physical education, recreation, & coaching course pack (pp. 1-10). Douglas College. Zone Bowling Coquitlam. (n.d.). Weekday Specials - Affordable Family Activities in Coquitlam. http://zonebowling.ca/specials/weekday-specials References