News & Notes
1. Landscape Structures & Whirlix returning as 2018 TRAPS North Conference Title Sponsor!
Help me welcome and send out a huge Thank You to Landscape Structures and Whirlix for returning as our 2018 TRAPS North Conference Title Sponsors! We always enjoy having them out and sponsoring this annual event. Make sure to stop by the booth at Conference to thank them!
2. 2018 TRAPS North Golf Tournament to Return to Dallas Cowboys Golf Club!
Mark your calendars now for the 2018 TRAPS North Golf Tournament. The TRAPS North Planning Committee has scheduled this year’s fundraiser for Friday, October 12, 2018 at the Dallas Cowboys Golf Club. Sponsorship, Exhibitor and Player information is now released.
3. 2018 TRAPS North Workshop & Social hosted by the City of Rockwall!
Mark your calendars now for the 2018 TRAPS North Workshop & Social. The City of Rockwall and the TRAPS North Planning Committee has scheduled this year’s conference for Friday, October 19, 2018 at the Hilton Rockwall.
4. 2018 Parks Mtc. Rodeo hosted by the City of Garland!
Mark your calendars now for the 2018 TRAPS Parks Mtc. Rodeo. Your reigning champs, the City of Garland, and the TRAPS North Planning Committee has scheduled this year’s conference for Wednesday, October 3, 2018 at the Carter Softball Complex. Sponsorship, Exhibitor and Registration information will be released soon.
5. What Would YOU Like to Learn at the 2018 TRAPS North Conference?
The 2018 TRAPS North Planning Committee wants to hear from YOU! What would you like to see differently? What would you like to learn? What classes would intrigue you? Please let us know, how we can make each conference better than the last! Feel free to email your suggestions to Erin Hart, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. Congratulations in Flower Mound!
Congratulations to Nicole Brasher for her promotion part-time Recreation Specialist to full-time Programs Coordinator at the Senior Center. Flower Mound looks forward to her bringing lots of energy, marketing skills, and new programming ideas to the center.
7. Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design for Parks, Trails & Open Spaces Training!
Please join Art Hushens, President of the National Institute of Crime Prevention, Brian Nolff from the Dallas Police Department, and Jamie Rae Walker, Ph.D. from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension to learn how you can use design, management, and positive use to reduce fear and discourage crime.
CPTED for Parks, Trails, & Open Spaces
May 21, 2018 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.