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03-23-2010, 01:11 AM
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Timzey
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Originally Posted by Canadiens1958 View Post
The population base raises some concerns. If you are part of a growing community with young families moving in then youth activities will be a priority and a long term approach that reaches out to the varied interests and needs could be successful

If you are part of a declining community or a retirement oriented community you may have a harder time. Certain community centers have been able to incorporate "golden agers" by providing activities during school or daytime hours. Helps pay the bills and creates a multi-level political base.

Good luck.
This area is constantly growing and getting bigger, and we do have a a University here which brings in a ton of people who want to play. Definitely not a retirement type community, people leave here when they retire. It is a small area for sure, but based on the programs we have run in the past, and with other sports chipping in, I have no doubt we will be successful.

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