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Parks & Recreation Commission
Contact TypeContact Information
Contact:
Robert Churchey
508-728-8335
Address:
Parks & Recreation has an office on the lower level of Memorial Town Hall

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Phone:
508 885-7500 x185
Fax:
Alt Phone:
508-885-7500 x185
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Hours:
Meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month at 6pm in Conference Rm B
 
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Commissioners
Name
Title
William Shemeth III
Member
Anthony F. Toscano
Member
Robert A. Churchey
Chair
Martin A. German, Jr.
Member
Mark S. Lammi
Member
The Spencer Parks & Recreation Commission is an all-volunteer board whose mission is to serve the recreational needs of Spencer residents. Its primary responsibilities consist of the following:
  • Overseeing maintenance of the community’s town-owned parks and recreation facilities, including grounds, roads, parking areas, grandstands, buildings, monuments, playground equipment, and safety equipment
  • Scheduling use of recreational facilities
  • Developing and supervising recreational programs, including swimming lessons, beach safety, summer recreation for children, holiday parties, dances, and other events
The Commission seeks opportunities to work in collaboration with other Town commissions and departments and welcomes suggestions for additional programs from Spencer residents.
Information about upcoming programs, including Swimming Lessons and Summer Recreation, will be posted on this site when details are finalized.





 

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