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Tag: Parks and Rec

Podcast: Recreation Programming and Behavioral Health with Cameron Marlin, Clear Creek Metropolitan Recreation District

Cameron Marlin General Manager Clear Creek Metropolitan Recreation District LinkedIn Holistic wellness. Cameron Marlin, the General Manager of the Clear Creek Metropolitan Recreation District, joined the podcast to talk about how they offered new recreation programming to meet the community’s mental health needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. She shared how they identified instructors, partnered with … Continued

Podcast: Teaching Ethics through Parks & Rec with Dr. Erin Borry

Dr. Erin Borry Assistant Professor of Public Administration University of Alabama at Birmingham Bio | LinkedIn | Twitter Linking theory to television. Dr. Erin Borry from the University of Alabama at Birmingham is teaching ethics in a creative way, by using the show Parks & Recreation. Scenes involving your favorite City of Pawnee employees are … Continued

Podcast: Jerry! Jim O’Heir from NBC’s Parks & Rec

Jim O’Heir Jerry Gergich Parks & Rec IMDb | Twitter A very Parks & Rec episode for you. Jim O’Heir the actor that played the lovable Jerry Gergich (or is Garry?) came on GovLove to talk about the hit NBC show, his career in the entertainment industry and more. Jim sat down with co-hosts Alyssa Dinberg … Continued

The City Planner Behind Parks and Rec

Matt Wojnowski interviews the local government consultant from ELGL’s favorite TV show, “Parks and Recreation.” Also, check out the GovLove podcast episode with Gary/Jerry/Larry – Podcast: Jerry! Jim O’Heir from NBC’s Parks & Rec. As the NBC TV series Parks and Recreation began, I wondered who the producers and writers were talking with in local government to make … Continued

Knope of the Week: Parks and Rec

Cry Buckets at These #ThankYouParksCrew Tweets The greatest television show ever made about local government is coming to an end. LITERALLY! Parks and Rec, one of the spiritual founders of ELGL, is ending a seven-year run this January. Fortunately (or unfortunately) Parks and Rec introduced much of America to local government for the first time ever. (We … Continued

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