O’Leary recognizes importance of rec position

Eric McCarthy
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O’LEARY -- The Community of O’Leary will accept applications for the position of O’Leary Recreation Director until this Wednesday, February 26.

O'Leary Community Council chairman, Stanley MacDonald, left, speaks about the role Tylan Robinson played in the community as recreation director before presenting Robinson with an appreciation plaque. Robinson stepped down from the position after nine years to accept a position at th Mill River Aquaplex.
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Council advertised the position after Tylan Robinson, who held the position for nine years, resigned to take over a position at the Mill River Aquaplex.

O’Leary council chairman, Stanley MacDonald, said the community is continuing to support a full-time recreation position.

“We’ve got a lot of recreation facilities that need support,” he said.  Those include the rink, curling rink, sports fields and the Alice Duncan Intergenerational Center.

The recreation director, MacDonald noted, also coordinate schedules for many sports teams.

MacDonald acknowledged the leadership Robinson provided the community during his nine years in the position and the pivotal role he played in the success of last summer’s girls’ Under 16 national fast pitch championship.

Organizations: O’Leary council, Alice Duncan Intergenerational Center

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