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  1. 1. P.E and Recreation Adventure #4 Megan Cave 300276674 http://cahperd.ca
  2. 2. Public Sectors in the community š Concerned with enhancing quality of life and well being of citizens (Karlis, 2011& Lunn, 2020). š Recreation is essential for a persons physical and social well being. š No national policy on recreation.
  3. 3. Dr. Charles Best Athletics š Location: 2525 Como Lake Ave, Coquitlam, BC V3J 3R8 š Considered a Public sector : Part of a School District (SD43) Public Post-secondary Institution. Municipally and provincially controlled. Separate legal entity, receives government funding and collects some fees from participants. Accessible to general public attending that school. š Considered recreation: Physical activity, includes different sports. Allows participants to improve their physical and social well being. Linked to recreation since it enables, fitness, events, leadership and inclusive to low-income individuals. (Lunn, 2020). š Involves Coaching: Requires the participation of volunteer coaches in the community and or volunteers from the school. š Involves physical education: As a part of high-school and athletics physical education is required for students. Informs participants on safety during exercise, its importance, anatomy, and tips on maintaining physical health for life. https://twitter.com/charlesbestsch
  4. 4. Coquitlam School District Strongstart Program š Considered a Public Sector: Offered by a public school district (SD43). Free for participants, granted by Government funding. Accessible to public, for parents, grandparents, and caregivers of children 0-5 years old. Provincially & municipally organized. š Considered Recreation: Incorporates physical activity, nature play, problem solving, and music and movement. Provides the opportunity to learn about the local community's programs that provide support for families and early childhood development (Strongstart, 2010). https://www.sd43.bc.ca/Programs/StrongStart/Documents/Brochure.pdf Locations: https://www.sd43.bc.ca/Programs/StrongSt art/Documents/Brochure.pdf
  5. 5. Guilford Recreation Centre š Location: 15105 105 Ave, Surrey, BC V3R 7G8 š Considered Public Sector : Offers free, or discounted programs to all members of the public. Receives money from city hall/tax-payer money as funding. Municipally run and funded. Inclusive and provides services for all individuals who have varying income, age, gender, ethnicity and abilities. š Considered Recreation: Provides a safe and welcoming environment for all in the community to partake in leisure and recreation. Includes: educational programs, swimming, Ping-Pong, walking track, badminton, basketball, programs for the non- sighted, and more. Promotes social and physical health of the community. š Includes Coaching: Hires coaches to lead different programs including summer programs, wrestling, basketball etc.
  6. 6. Commercial/ Private Sectors š Services where participants pay and the supplier makes a profit (MacLean, Peterson, & Martin, 1985, p. 220). š Provides a business opportunity while supporting the health of the community. š Local private recreation can be split up into three different categories : Outdoor, indoor, and clubs (Lunn, 2020).
  7. 7. Trevor linden – Club 16 Fitness š Location: 2635 Barnet Hwy, Coquitlam, BC V3E 1K9 š Considered commercial sector: Would be considered as local indoor recreation. Customers must pay a fee where Club-16 profits. Local economic conditions allow for individuals to afford commercial recreation (Lunn, 2020). š Considered recreation: Involves participants enjoyment of physical activity. Promotes new technology and machines to increase individual’s overall enjoyment and promoting life-long fitness.https://twitter.com/trevorlindenfit
  8. 8. Playground Fitness, Group Fitness and Personal Training š Location: 5549 Kingsway, Burnaby B.C, V5H 2G3 š Considered a commercial Sector: Customers pay a heightened fee for personal training services. Company is profiting. Would be considered a local indoor fitness club. š Considered Recreation: Provides communities with more recreation opportunities. Participants are exercising for their own pleasure and wellbeing. Provides the group with a feeling of community within the club, good for social and mental health of members. š Includes Coaching: Trainers and coaches are involved providing feedback and tips to members. Educating on proper techniques and safety concerns. Could be considered physical education where participants learn about the importance of physical activity and safety. https://classpass.com/classes/playground -fitness-burnaby/playground-lift
  9. 9. Oxygen Yoga and Fitness š Location: 2732 St Johns St, Port Moody, BC V3H 2B7 š Considered Commercial: Oxygen Yoga profits from its customers. Would be considered a local indoor recreation facility. Provides employment and business opportunities. š Considered to be Recreation and Coaching: Offers a unique set of activities for residents to partake in physical activity. Is a safe environment to partake in recreation. May overuse natural resources in the process (Karlis, 2011 & Lunn, 2020). https://oxygenyogaandfitness.com/oxygen -yoga-and-fitness-tips-for-success/
  10. 10. Volunteer Sector š Key features of volunteer and non-profit sector of recreation (Lunn, 2020) : š 1) Organized š 2) Private š 3) Non-profit š 4) Self- governing š 5) Voluntary š Interest of doing good for citizens
  11. 11. Coquitlam Adanac Lacrosse š Location: 630 Poirier St, Coquitlam, BC V3J 6B1 š Considered Volunteer : Non-profit organization. Is funded by sponsors and members pay a fee that covers uniforms, facilities, and equipment. Focused on fundraisers š Includes recreation and Coaching: Team members partake in lacrosse as a recreational activity. Often played in different local recreation centres. Safe space for competition and physical activity. Coaches are volunteers responsible for guiding the safety of players and encouraging their enjoyment of the sport.
  12. 12. Coquitlam Metro-Ford Soccer Club š Location: 751 Smith Ave, Coquitlam, BC V3J 2X1 š Considered Volunteer: Requires members to pay a certain fee where the club covers costs of fields, equipment, and uniforms. Is sponsored by Ford. Would be considered an outdoor recreation club. Non-profit. Board is volunteers. Focuses on fundraisers š Involves recreation: Provides a fun, safe, and inclusive environment for members to develop their physical health through soccer and conditioning. Helps develop members social wellbeing. š Involves coaching: Requires volunteer coaches for most teams except for HPL teams where members pay a higher fee. https://www.cmfsc.ca
  13. 13. Lightning, Poco Speed skating Club https://www.facebook.com/ligh tningspeedskating/ Location: 2150 Wilson Ave, Port Coquitlam, BC V3C 6J5 Considered Volunteer: Mainly based on fundraisers. Non-profit organization. Registration fees cover facility costs and entry into competitions and events. The public and volunteer sector work together in organizing events in facilities, important for the future of recreation (Karlis, 2011 & Lunn, 2020). Considered Recreation: Provides a fun and safe environment for participants to partake In speed skating. Plays an important role in keeping the community healthy and involved. Low registration costs are important in keeping members involved and more equal opportunities for members of the community.
  14. 14. References š Karlis, G. (2011). Leisure and recreation in Canadian society: An introduction (2nd ed.). Toronto, ON: Thompson Publishing, Inc. š Maclean, J. R., Peterson, J. A., & Martin, W. D. (1985). Recreation and leisure: The changing scene. Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers.

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