Monday, November 21, 2016
MONDAY 11/28: Ribbon Cutting & Playground Dedication at Pleasant View Elementary School
Councilwoman Jo-Ann Ryan (Ward 5) will host a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, November 28th to celebrate the opening of a new recreation center at Pleasant View Elementary School. The neighborhood recreation center will serve students from kindergarten through high school, with programming until 9:00 pm on weeknights and weekend hours on Saturdays. The center will be led by Keith Moors, a former Hope High School basketball coach. Moors has coached boys’ and girls’ basketball teams since 2003 and was profiled by Bill Reynolds in Hope: A School, a Team, a Dream.
Ryan and Moors will be joined on Monday by Council President Luis Aponte, Mayor Jorge Elorza, Superintendent of Providence Schools Christopher Maher, Pleasant View Elementary School Principal Colleen Loughlin, Providence Recreation Director Mike Stephens, representatives from City Year and the YMCA, and Pleasant View students, families, teachers and staff.
WHO: Councilwoman Jo-Ann Ryan, Council President Luis Aponte, Mayor Jorge Elorza, Superintendent Christopher Maher, Principal Colleen Loughlin, Providence Recreation Director Mike Stephens, Rec Center Director Keith Moors, Pleasant View students, families, teachers and staff
WHAT: Recreation center ribbon cutting ceremony & playground dedication
WHERE: Pleasant View Recreation Center, 50 Obediah Brown Road, Providence (entrance is located at rear of Pleasant View Elementary School)
WHEN: Monday, November 28, 2016 at 3:00 p.m.