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Prescott Valley Parks and Recreation recently welcomed new board members from Friends of Prescott Valley Parks and Recreation.

Friends of Prescott Valley Parks and Recreation, New Board Members, City of Prescott Valley,

Left to right: Miles Kastner, Deb Hernandez, Mary Mallory, Lori Hunt, Vince Moser, Ryan Guedel and John Agan. Absent from the picture: Diane Mohr and Trey Medlock

Prescott Valley has a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides ongoing support for parks, programming, education, arts and culture, and recreation for the enjoyment of all in the community . Companies and individuals who donate can benefit from a tax deduction. Members of the executive committees include:

  • Miles Kastner, President
  • Trey Medlock, Vice President
  • John Agan, Treasurer
  • Deb Hernandez, Secretary

With the Board of Directors consisting of Mary Mallory, Lori Hunt, Vince Moser, Ryan Guedel and Dane Mohr.

President Kastner said, “I look forward to leading this group of highly connected people who have a passion for making Prescott Valley more family-oriented and partnering with the city to bring more activities and amenities. to our events and parks – my family and I have always loved living in the Prescott Valley and visiting the parks every chance we get!”

The Friends of Parks and Recreation of the Prescott Valley was formed in 2012 by then-Councillor Mary Mallory. While at Friends, she successfully applied for grants and was able to beautify the American Legion grounds with grass, trees, parking, and recreational opportunities. In addition to receiving a tax deduction, donors take pride in knowing they made a difference, as well as the potential naming of facilities. Mary Mallory, Chair of the Yavapai County Board of Supervisors, said, “Friends of Prescott Valley Parks and Parks

Recreation began to provide a source of funding for new amenities in parks in the city core. I am thrilled to be part of the new board and look forward to providing even more activities and amenities for our families.

Some long-term projects the foundation has on its list are Theater on the Greens events, ethnic festivals, the open-air museum in Fain Park, youth scholarships for hobby classes, murals in parks and much more.
Kastner said, “With a mission to ‘set our community in motion by enhancing the experience of parks, recreation and culture’, how else can we do anything other than improve the Prescott Valley?” » Do you have an idea for a park event or project that you would like to help fund, please contact Miles Kastner, President, at 928-379-1996.

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