Mayor Chuck Fewell
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From the Mayor
This month also means the arrival of the Japanese students from our Sister Cities group in Kakuda, Japan. I ask that we continue to support this program and offer our hospitality that Greenfield has become known for. The third annual Sister Cities 5k run/walk is coming up on August 22nd and it is not too late to enter. Please go to the Sister Cities website at www.sistercitiesofgreenfield.org for information on how to register.
The Potts Ditch project if moving along. While the closing of streets, and particularly State Road 9 is inconvenient, the end result will provide benefits for the residents and the city. Please allow yourself some extra time when traveling near or around the project.
And finally, it is not too early to start thinking about the Riley Festival. The festival is scheduled for October 1-4 and is considered to be one of the best in the state! I do hope you will join us for the festival and support the many merchants that come. Have a great month!
Chuck Fewell, Mayor
Status of current city projects
There is a new city camera available on the website.
The IT department recently added a weather camera on the top of the Hosiptal water tower, facing west towards incoming weather. The camera can be accessed through the Residents/Current Conditions menu on the website. Click here to see the view. The city weather data has been moved to the new camera view page as well.
The historical writings describe Nelson Bradley as "one of the conspicuous figures in the history of Hancock County. Distinguished business man and capitalist. Honored as a citizen whose long and useful career has conferred credit and dignity upon the community and whose abilities in numerous enterprises have brightened his fame, not only within the limits of the county where so much of his life has been spent, but in business and financial circles throughout the state. Holding distinctive precedence as a financier and possessing a strong mentality, and invincible courage and a most determined individuality, he has long been looked upon as a natural leader of men and director of opinion in all matters relating to financial, commercial and industrial affairs".
Wow, after reading that I had to dig further into the life and times of Nelson Bradley. I also just love the way we used to write don't you?!
Greenfield Parks and Recreation Preschool offers Instructors with education and multiple years of experience. Get a great value in a first rate location with structure, organization, and great communication. Learn shapes, numbers, Spanish, sign language, and so much more!
More information can be found at our Preschool webpage here, and registration can be done online in the Parks online registration page.
Learn beginner & intermediate skating skills like standing, falling, marching, rolling, stopping, scissors, crossing over, direction change, jumping, and more! Have fun, get exercise & make friends! Bring your own skates, helmets, knee/elbow pads. Indoor, outdoor, rollerblades are all acceptable.
Summer is here!!! Your Parks and Recreation department has plenty of things to keep the kids busy this summer. Check out the Summer Art Camp where kids get to play with multiple mediums such as pencil, paint and pastels. Demonstration, group and individual guidance is provided. Create your very own masterpieces!! Work with collage pieces, pencil drawings, paints, clay, and so much more! No experience needed!
We also have the Summer Art Workshop, where kids of all ages get to enjoy creating with clay, drawing, painting on canvas, sewing, crafts & painting birdhouses. All age groups are included : tiny tots, youth, tweens, teens & adults. Select your favorite topic & enjoy! Supplies provided!
For the little ones we have Toddler Play Time, a fun recreation program for ages 2-4 that offers the opportunity for kids to have fun while interacting and playing with a variety of items, games, crafts, and equipment. Play & Art centers will be set up. Children will enjoy music, games, sports, skill development, mats, toys, hoops, and much more! The program will be a fun, organized open play recreation style. Have fun, get active, play, and meet new friends!
All these summer adventures can be found at the Online Registration page.
The Pennsy Trail Walking and Biking Club runs year round. Too cold? Basketball and Volleyball are available in the Memorial Gym.
For these and many more programs, contact your Parks and Recreation office at PH: (317) 477-4340 FAX: (317) 477-4341 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also view programs a the Greenfield Parks and Recreation Programs page or visit our online registration.
Click here to see current weather conditions in Greenfield, and a live view of Beckenholdt park.
You can find more information on Parks Programs by clicking on this link.
Made with pineapple, red peppers and tender, juicy pork, these Sweet and Spicy Pork Mini-Kabobs are a flavorful addition to your next get-together.
Brown and white sugars, raisins and lemon juice add a wonderful taste and texture to this quintessential apple pie. Be sure to cube or slice the apples uniformly, and, if you like, dot the apples with pats of butter
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City of Greenfield Calendar
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