SOCCER UPDATE - Sign up now
If you missed registration for the upcoming fall soccer season, you may still be in luck. PRF has a few spots open in select age groups for boys and girls. Playing level is determined by the player's age on July 31st of this year. Please see the list below for what is still available:
Age 4-5 Boys and Girls Instructional 1 spot left
Age 6-7 Boys Passers 1 spot left
Age 6-7 Girls Passers 2 spots left
Age 8-9 Boys Wings Team full
Age 8-9 Girls Wings 3 spots left
Age 10-11 Boys Strikers Team full
Age 10-11 Girls Strikers 2 spots left
To register, please visit the PRF Athletics home page at http://sports.bluesombrero.com/Default.aspx?tabid=339901. Please direct any questions to Chris Rowland at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Become a PRFCA Member
Its never too late to become a member. Don't wait for Sports sign ups to join the civic association. Join Today!
Pool Membership: click on the Swim Club link for more information and to join by credit card.
NEXT PRFCA Meeting
The next Pleasant Run Farms Civic Association Meeting will be held on Thursday, January 23, 2014, 7:30 PM in the Welch Elementary School Library. All residents of Pleasant Run Farms are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Pleasant Run Farms MEMO
The PRF Memo is a community newsletter published monthly ONLINE and delivered to every home in the Farms (over 1200) three times a year.
Family Grill Out at Pleasant Run Farms
Hosted by Kiwanis
Springfield Township Police to Talk to Residents
About Reporting Crime
September 13, 2014 at Noon, Clifford George Park
Kiwanis invites families of Pleasant Run Farms to enjoy a picnic of hot dogs, chips and drinks at Clifford George Park, Saturday, September 13th. The picnic will also serve as an opportunity for the Springfield Township Police to talk to residents about recent vandalism in and around the park. The picnic will begin at noon and residents are encouraged to attend.
Kiwanis, representing the communities of Springfield Township, Greenhills and Forest Park understands its role in the community, “We are here to help in any way we can,” explains Kiwanis member Ann Akeson. “Springfield Township asked for volunteers to help remove graffiti from the concession stand. We will be painting the stand with a graffiti-resistant paint before the picnic on September 13th.” Residents will be able to see the work Kiwanis completed and enjoy a free lunch.
Clifford George Park is home to children’s athletic events and family gatherings. It’s also a main community gateway. Over the past month, repeated acts of vandalism at the park are cause for concern. Springfield Township Police will take the opportunity to meet with residents at the picnic to share information on crime trends and what they can do to become part of the solution. The Fire Department will also be on hand to answer questions and will have a truck for children to explore.
9am-noon Kiwanis painting project
Noon- Welcome /Police Department Talk
The Police Department Non-Emergency phone number is 729-1300. Please call with any suspicious activity.