News Maker Rachael Walker on Parks and Recs Activities

Warren County Parks and Recreation (WCPR) have had a busy time lately and they are not done yet.

We spoke with WCPR’s Recreation and Aquatics Specialist Rachael Walker about it in our latest news maker.

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Rachael gives us a review of what was a very successful annual  Father Daughter Dance.

She also tells us of some of the future events that are on tap for this year.

Rachael, being the Aquatics Specialist, also tells us that she is getting ready for Lifeguard training as pool season approaches.

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News Maker Rachael Walker on Warren County Pool and more

Despite being under a temporary water conservation request the Warren County pool has been given permission to remain open.

We spoke with  Recreation and Aquatics Supervisor Rachael Walker about that in our latest news maker.

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Rachael tells us of the conditions for keeping the pool open even with conservation.

She also tells us who the Lifeguard of the week is and how she earned such an honor.

Rachael also tells us of some of the other activities planned by Warren County Parks and Recreation. 

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News Maker Rachael Walker on WCPR activities

It’s a Warren County Thursday edition of our latest news maker.

Today we talk with Warren County Parks and Recreation’s (WCPR) Recreation and Aquatics Supervisor Rachael Walker in this news maker.

News makers are sponsored by Warren County Together We are Community.

Rachael tells us how well things are going at the pool and how well her team of lifeguards is doing.

She also fills us in on a delicious event June 10 for Dads and kids at the Health and Human Service Complex on 15 Street Front Royal.

Rachael also details other events like the next bus trip to National’s Park.

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