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  1. Surrey Service Sectors in our Community (Picture retrieved from https://www.surrey.ca/about-surrey)
  2. Public Service Sector (Picture retrieved from https://bloombergcities.medium.com/)
  3. Bear Creek Outdoor Pool Recreational and public - 13820 - 88 Avenue Surrey, BC V3W 3L1 Service sector – Public This is a public sector due to To provide those opportunities deemed valuable by society (i.e., an urban park or open space – that because of their nature – cost compared to potential income generation – would not be provided by the private sector) (Lunn, 2020, p.3). provide opportunities for recreation to disadvantaged clients: the poor, persons with physical or mental disabilities, etc (Lunn, 2020, p.3). provide those opportunities deemed valuable by society (Lunn, 2020, p.3) SPSC 2210 connection – recreational – this is an open-door pool facility that provides opportunities of all age, gender, race. provides opportunities for both genders, all age groups, all ethnic groups, and special interest groups (Lunn, 2020, p.5). Strictly a public facility that provides recreational swimming to all. (Picture retrieved from https://www.surrey.ca/)
  4. Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre recreational and public - 13458 107A Avenue Surrey, BC V3T 0G4 Service sector – Public This is a public sector due to – Community centers provide services such as “fitness, sport, age-related programs, events, arts, leadership, etc.” that are deemed a “public good” (Lunn, 2020, p.4). SPSC 2210 connection – This is a indoor gymnastics gym, which allows individuals of all age groups, all ethnic groups, and special interest groups (Lunn, 2020, p.5). low risk activities for all age groups. Activities offered may be scaled up or down based on demand and public safety (Picture retrieved from https://www.surrey.ca/)
  5. Holland park recreational and public - 13428 Old Yale Rd, Surrey, BC V3T 3C7 Service sector – Public This is a public sector due to being available to the general public year around and provides basketball courts for sports activities. SPSC 2210 connection - this facility that the municipal government delivers and develops offers the general public those opportunities deemed valuable by society (i.e., an urban park or open space – that because of their nature – cost compared to potential income generation – would not be provided by the private sector) (Lunn, 2020, p.5). (Picture retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/)
  6. Commercial Sector (Picture retrieved from https://www.rltt.com.lb/)
  7. Fitness world commercial and recreational - 13821 Central Ave, Surrey, BC V3T 1R9 Service sector – Commercial This is commercial as all member pay a fee to use the facilities for leisure and recreational which profits the owners (Lunn, 2020, p.6) SPSC 2210 connection – this is indoor facility that is provides leisure and recreational activities to of all age groups, all ethnic groups, and special interest groups (Lunn, 2020, p.5). There is also coaching available along with personal training sessions for clients (Picture retrieved from https://gangstersout.blogspot.com/)
  8. Surrey Golf Course commercial and recreational - 7700 168 St, Surrey, BC V4N 0E1 Service sector – Commercial This is commercial as all member pay a fee to use the facilities for leisure and recreational which profits the owners (Lunn, 2020, p.6) SPSC 2210 connection - – this is outdoor facility that is provides leisure and recreational activities to of all age groups, all ethnic groups, and special interest groups (Lunn, 2020, p.5). increase employment opportunities Stimulation of local economies through increased commerce, Attraction of outside capital (new businesses, new investors for existing businesses), Increase property values, Increased recreation opportunities for residents (Lunn, 2020, p.6). (Picture retrieved from https://www.golfpass.com/)
  9. Coastal Climbing Centre commercial and recreational - 7728 128 St #202, Surrey, BC V3W 1L3 Service sector – Commercial This is commercial as all member pay a fee to use the facilities for leisure and recreational which profits the owners (Lunn, 2020, p.6). SPSC 2210 connection - offer a low-stress learning environment for new climbers, fun and cost-effective climbing parties for birthdays and events, thought-provoking routes for experienced climbers, and challenging boulder problems for climbers of every ability. Expect high quality free coffee and tea, super friendly reception staff, and patient and thorough instructors. Helping Consumer desire (Lunn, 2020, p.6). (picture retrieved from https://www.facebook.com/CoastalClimbingCen tre/)
  10. Non – Profit Sector (picture retrieved from https://www.score.org/resource/w hat-difference-between-nonprofit- organization-and-charity)
  11. R.E.C. For Kids Society voluntary/ recreational 13379 68 Ave, Surrey, BC V3W 4S7 Service sector – volunteer This facility relies on volunteers to repair bicycles or refurbish sports and recreational equipment. Volunteer at community events, equipment collection drives and fundraising events SPSC 2210 connection – their mission is to provide reconditioned sports and recreational equipment to children in need in Surrey, White Rock, Langley, Cloverdale and North Delta. Children are provided equipment through referral agencies including schools, Municipal and Provincial government departments, Community Services, the Police and many other Social Service Agencies. Distributes all kinds of sports equipment to kids in needs, including Hockey Skates, Bicycles, Soccer, Softball and many other types of gear. Plays a key role in promoting safety in sport. (Picture retrieved from https://www.reliance- foundry.com/blog/rec-for-kids)
  12. Field Hockey BC 7455 132 St Suite 101, Surrey, BC V3W 1J8 Service sector – volunteer Community volunteers are an integral part of what they do, from our program volunteers to our board members. FHBC is looks for volunteers for every tournament to help build and tear-down portable infrastructure (tents, tables etc.). We are looking for the unsung heroes who will join us at the crack of dawn and at the end of a long day, rain or shine. If you are able to help and live or work near a tournament venue, we would like to hear from you. Spsc 2210 connection - developed specifically to serve young people who experience barriers to participation in recreational sports. Without opportunities to play and exercise regularly with friends and peers, marginalized youngsters are vulnerable to becoming isolated socially and emotionally, which puts their long-term health and well-being at risk. (Picture retrieved from https://twitter.com/fieldhockeybc)
  13. Guildford Athletic Club 10350 146 St, Surrey, BC V3R 6S4 Service sector – volunteer like most other sports organizations, is almost entirely supported by volunteers. It is a well-known fact that without volunteers most kids would not be playing in community sports today. Volunteers help subsidize the cost of children participating in sports. Spsc 2210 connection GAC is a soccer club dedicated to providing boys, girls and adults an opportunity to play organized soccer. Opportunities exist for players to play from a fun-filled non- competetive atmosphere to the highest level the sport can offer. The club promotes learning through the sport in a friendly environment. Playing style varies and depends on the age of the player. (Picture retrieved from https://www.guildfordac.com/)
  14. References Lunn, E. (2020). Adventure #4 – Service Sectors in Your Community. In E. Lunn (Ed.), SPSC 2210: Foundations of physical education, recreation, & coaching course pack.
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