The Floyd County Special Olympics has an opportunity to raise some extra funds for the non-profit geared toward helping people with special needs, and organizers are calling on the medical community to help make it happen. In order to maintain state accreditation, the Floyd County Special Olympics must do medical physicals on their athletes every... Continue Reading →
In just a couple of weeks, seniors will have the opportunity to get their zen on at the Parker Center for Active Adults. Yoga classes for seniors will start Jan. 24th and will be each Tuesday from 11 a.m. to noon at the center located on Kingston Highway. The class will be taught by John... Continue Reading →
This spring, the Rome Baseball League is teaming up with Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation for the first time to offer Rome Competitive Baseball, a league for local kids with games played at Riverview Park (behind the levee). Early registration for the USSSA-sanctioned league will start on Jan. 16th-29th and will cost $85. Regular Registration will... Continue Reading →
All evening RFPRD activities, including basketball games, gymnastics activities and paid rentals are on as usual for tonight.
Due to the Winter Storm Warning, all basketball games for Jan. 6th and Jan. 7th have been cancelled. Rescheduled times are to be determined. Additionally, there will be no gymnastics activities tonight, and any other activities at Parks and Recreation facilities are likewise cancelled. Be careful out there and stay warm!
Though Basketball season is just getting underway for Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation, it’s time for parents and students to start thinking about registering for Spring Sports. Registration for baseball, softball and t-ball starts in February, and a triple-tier registration cycle offers different pricing opportunities for parents. Early Registration is from Feb. 6th-12th, Regular Registration runs... Continue Reading →