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PRA & Auto Bell Partner

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You shop, PRA gets a kickback!

 
 


Tobacco Free Policy

 
 

Welcome to Piedmont Recreation Association
 

Spring 2015 Sport Sign ups will OPEN SOON!

Voluntary softball workouts for the perspective middle school players on 1/24 and 1/31 from 1:00-3:00 pm. (weather permitting)

Piedmont Softball
Pre-season Camp
March 7th,
10am-2pm

Ages:T-Ball-14u
Click here for more info

PRA Board Meets 1st Monday of the Month at 7:00 PM.

Mission Statement & Goals...
Piedmont Recreation Association's mission is to impress upon young people the benefits of physical fitness within the concept of competitive team sports and the rules of the sport.
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Online Registration:

PRA has a new Online Registration system!  Click here to register online!

Help PRA earn $2500 Grant! (View flyer.)
Click here to get started on the Grant

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More Information:

LOST AND FOUND is in the Concessions Stand
ANY items that are remaining in the box from last year through current will be donated to Goodwill.


The PRA would  like to thank Integra Scan!  Integra Scan donates their services for the volunteer background checks.

 

 

Piedmont Recreation Association of Union County, NC is a non-profit 501 (c) 3, volunteer organization designed to provide a positive environment for the development of sportsmanship, athletic skills and character. We operate programs for youth between the ages of 4 and 16 in baseball, softball, football, cheerleading and Soccer.  These programs are managed in accordance with guidelines set forth by national youth sports organizations.  This organization serves the youth of the Unionville, Fairview and New Salem area schools.


Safe and Drug Free Schools:

After June 30, 2010, the Safe and Drug Free Schools Program will no longer receive federal funding. This funding allows the program to provide information on youth alcohol and drug use to parents, teachers and the county's nearly 40,000 students through literature, classroom instruction and community awareness. The program also provides resources and information on other issues such as bullying, character education and life skills. 
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PRA Adopts Tobacco Free Policy
For the health of our youth, all tobacco products (cigarettes, cigars, pipes and/or smokeless tobacco) are prohibited by everyone, at all times, on PRA park grounds and facilities. Policy adopted by PRA Board of Directors, effective May 1, 2007. (Read More)

 


   

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