In Case You Missed It: Friends of the Canoa Parks had an official meeting today! The turnout was amazing, and the community involvement in this effort is unbeatable! Thanks to all who joined us, and those who voiced their concerns and asked engaging questions!
Debbie Kenyon inviting Jim Brewer, BAJA President and Chair of the Canoa Preserve Steering Committee, to speak about BAJA’s involvement in the county park and their sense of ownership.
Debbie Kenyon is the Friends Organizer, and she led the meeting this afternoon.
A show of hands for how many of us have smartphones… your maps app will tell you your longitude and latitude in case of emergency!
Friends, aka: investors in our Parks’ future!
We are so delighted that BAJA is getting involved with our Friends efforts and working toward a common goal: to support our county parks!
Matt Smogor with Pima COunty NRPR waves to the audience as he’s being introduced.
Tom Berezny, D4 Supervisor Christy’s assistant here in GV, signing in!
Vern Butler, Chair of the Canoa Ranch Steering Committee, spoke passionately when presenting info about the Historic Canoa Ranch renovations.
Matt Smogor is proud to be a public servant, and emphasizes his passion for being open and honest about all processes involving the county parks
Doug Kenyon, SAV Commander, was invited to speak about the Sheriff’s Auxiliary involvement in all 3 parks, with focus on the vehicle that is able to patrol the parks.