Category Archives: Parks

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Diversity through Nature – by Tony Thomas

America is one of the most diverse countries in the world. However, places that could benefit greatly from more diversity are our state and federal parks. Diversity was not always widely accepted in parks, and although tremendous strides have been made, there is still much work to be accomplished to break barriers and stigmas regarding […]

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Member spotlight: Nancy

Our member spotlight blog series features a Manassas Park Community Center member and their family. We hope that by sharing member stories we continue to work towards building an environment that embraces community. Nancy and her family have been All Access Passport members of the Manassas Park Community Center since 2014. Over their time with […]

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2016 Year in Review – By Sarah Barnett

“Five Hundred, Twenty-five Thousand, six hundred Minutes. Five hundred, twenty-five Thousand, moments so dear. Five Hundred, Twenty-five Thousand, six hundred Minutes. How do you measure, Measure a year? In daylights? In sunsets? In midnights? In cups of coffee? In inches? In miles? In laughter? In strife? In, five hundred, twenty-five Thousand, six hundred minutes. How […]

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All About Our Dog Park – By Maria Bosack

Unlike cats, who really hate riding in cars, dogs just seem to love it. It’s rare to hear about a dog who hates to ride in a car. There is another place dogs seem to love –parks!  If you think about it from the dog’s perspective, what’s not to love! There is open space for […]