Fall Sports Regular Registration ends August 7th

Regular registration for Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation Fall Sports ends August 7th, and time is running out for parents to take advantage of regular registration rates. Late registration begins August 8th. Parents will receive a $10 discount for multiple children registering for fall sports after the first registration during both regular and late registration. Regular... Continue Reading →

Computer coding camp teaches girls they can excel in technology

By Megan Nichole Broome Marketing Intern Drones, robots, video games and computers are no match for girl power. Computer Science is on the rise as a field of study and it’s becoming more common for women to hold key roles in its success. Although women are vital members to this task force, society steeped in... Continue Reading →

Campers experience living history at Camp Anthony

By Megan Nichole Broome Marketing Intern Kids sit restlessly on the wooden benches of the New Echota Council House, eagerly raising their hands to show Camp Coordinator Maria DeArmoun their pride in knowing answers to questions about the historic Cherokee Capital located in Calhoun. This interactive learning experience proved to be a successful goal for... Continue Reading →

Girls get the royal treatment at Princess Camp

By Megan Nichole Broome Marketing Intern Every little girl’s favorite princess comes to life for a magical fairy tale experience at Princess Camp, located at Thornton Center hosted by Rome-Floyd Parks and Recreation. Byson Osteen, camp counselor for two years, described how each day is dedicated to a different princess and campers make crafts, eat... Continue Reading →

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