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Tournaments / Re: Club Championships 2009 - Oct - 24th & 25th
« on: October 13, 2009, 12:54:22 pm »
Ohhh I love this change! ;D

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I will try to get out on Friday to set the courses.  Cliff Drive is almost set, but I lost my keys last night during league while moving baskets, thanks to Drew I found them, all that needs to move at Cliff will be #5 & #6.  Blue Valley will probably be set with the exception of #3 and #9, as they will require temporary settings.
Cliff Drive
1-432-Only (4)
2-210-Short (3)
3-234-Only (3)
4-225-Right (short) (3)
5-186-Short (3)
6-387-Long right (3)
7-300-Middle on hill (3)
8-384-Middle betweeen trees (3)
9-309-Only (3)
Front 9-2667(28)
10-324-Middle (soon to be short)
11-279-Short (3)
12-375-Only (3)
13-487-Short (3)
14-339-Only (3)
15-396-Only (3)
16-360-Short (3)
17-750-Island* (4)
18-495-Right by Road (3)
Back 9-3805 (28)
Total-6472 (56)
*Island hole, you must land on island to throw from it, other wise use drop zone, or where it last went out of bounds.  You may throw from drop zone after your drive goes out of bounds.  so if you if throw your drive OB, you play regular OB, if your subsequent shot goes OB, you may go to drop zone where you will be throwing 5 to get on Green.

Blue Valley, I have not been out there since the World's, so I am not sure where the pins are currently, but this is what we will be looking at for the course.
1-short (3)
2-only (3)
3-left up hill (short) (3)
4-only (4)
5-only (3)
6-short (3)
7-short (3)
8-only (4)
9-Extra long (new idea) (5)
Front 9 (32)
10-only (3)
11-only (4)
12-only (4)
13-short (4)
14-only (3)
15-only (3)
16-only (3)
17-short (4)
18-short (4)
Back 9 (32)
Total Par (64)
I could use some help in getting #3, and #9 set up.  I will probably have to use one extra basket as I don't have another sleeve, but I may see if I can get one.

Looking forward to seeing folks out there this Saturday.

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Tournaments / Re: which tourny are you attending?
« on: October 12, 2009, 11:49:02 am »
BOth are great venues, and it looks like Sunday will be a warmer day!  I doubt that my arm can handle 4 rounds in 2 days after throwing enough strokes at Winthrop for a year of golf.

If you have to make a choice, it will not be a bad one regardless of where you go, but I for one am staying close to home.

I personally think that it is awesome that we have events this late in the year to make up a season!!

Does it matter which course you go to?

Play the one with interesting stories, or the one that gets mowed more often (supposedly) you will have a great time with disc golf in KC this weekend!

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Cliff Drive / Re: 9/28/09 Cliff Drive League
« on: October 01, 2009, 07:29:53 pm »
Im from pong.....its up and down and good to be black or white!

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General Banter / Re: NASCAR TIX FOR SALE
« on: October 01, 2009, 03:34:35 pm »
C'mon help a person who doesnt know Nascar have fun.

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General Banter / Sad, but fond farewell
« on: October 01, 2009, 03:34:09 pm »
Folks,

Mike was our biggest supporter over the years that I worked with him.  His shoes will be hard to replace.

Dear Friends, Peers and Co-Workers,

We wish to share with you our announcement that we will retire from Kansas City, Missouri Parks and Recreation effective December 1, 2009. This decision to retire was not easily reached considering our combined investment of over 62 years in public service to Kansas City. During that time we have had the privilege to serve with four Directors including Frank Vaydik, Jerry Darter, Terry Dopson and, most recently, Mark McHenry. Also, we have had the opportunity to work with twenty-three Parks and Recreation Commissioners on thirteen different Boards, eight Board Presidents and five Mayors (too numerous to recollect are the number of City Council Representatives and City Managers we have supported). Michael was honored to have been appointed as Secretary to the Board of Parks and Recreation Commissioners from 1988 to 1996. Each of us has enjoyed good opportunities for job growth, satisfaction and security.

For nearly 32 years, we have been part of many changes as KCMO Parks and Recreation has evolved in an ever changing social, political and economic environment. We have experienced at least six re-organizations and seen the number of staff decline from 642 full time employees to 273, a 135% loss. In that same period, responsibilities, expectations and needs have risen dramatically. For example, consider the following increases since 1978: parks from 160 to 219 (+37%), miles of boulevards, parkways and park roads from 126 to 176 (+40%), total acres from 9,366 to 11,885 (+27%), ornamental fountains from 19 to 48 (+153%), monuments and sculptures from 41 to 105 (+156%), soccer fields from 0 to 25, and miles of trails from 0 to 45. In response, we managed to excel despite difficult circumstances. This was possible only with the support, hard work and sacrifice of many loyal and dedicated fellow city employees and community leaders. These are the persons with whom we shared first-hand the challenges, successes, failures, discoveries, disappointments, joys, sorrows, births, marriages, divorces, retirements, illnesses and deaths that are integral to work and life. Many became our mentors and treasured friends. It is an honor to have worked with such exceptional people for an outstanding community service organization and contribute to its success. Our professional careers with KCMO Parks and Recreation have been fulfilling and complete. We are thankful.

We are blessed to be able to retire together with good health and security. Retirement at this time in our lives offers us the liberty to explore new and exciting challenges while we are still able to enjoy them. Plans include time for family, friends, home, travel, projects, hobbies and many other opportunities for self-discovery. We look forward to a life open to new horizons, many of which remain yet undefined. We have not enjoyed this much freedom since we were children! We are excited.

In closing, our decision to retire has been made with great thought and consideration. It is a bittersweet time for us. Over the years Kansas City, Missouri Parks and Recreation has become "family" and will always be part of who we are. Leaving a place that has been the center of our lives for so long is difficult, at best. But, our work is complete and it is the right time for our departure. We salute KCMO Parks and Recreation. We celebrate a brave new world.

Remember, we are not leaving KC as we intend to stay in the city we love. Our paths will still cross, just in different ways.

Sincerely,

Michael and Ellen Herron

“Leisure is the most challenging responsibility a man can be offered” – Dr. William Russell



Michael R. Herron, CPRP
Manager, Natural Resources Management Division
Kansas City, Missouri
Parks and Recreation
(816) 513-7523
Senior Admin. Assistant: Lorri Calandra


 WARNING: This e-mail is a suspected phishing scam.
 

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Thats just it they are guidelines, if you read it real carefully they "suggest" you do it this way, and it is their preferred method, I just prefer mine.  I think that it is a good start, and especially if you have never ran an event it really helps, but for someone that is a renegade like myself, well...... :-X

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Cliff Drive / Re: 9/28/09 Cliff Drive League
« on: October 01, 2009, 10:15:12 am »
but what did i shoot last night when i whooped you?

Enought to take my money, but thats not the point.  The point is that you are a quitter.  Now that we have that acknowledged the world feels better that a quitter only finishes when he is in the lead.  I'll remember this one.  Good Times.....good times....

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I had done that at the Mighty MO, and realized it later.  I think that for the cash divisions, paying 40% is too deep.  My own opinion is that the top 25%-30% should really be all that get paid.  Think about school, you pass at 70%, if you are lower than that you don't......my opinion.....its announced in everything that I have done.

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General Banter / NASCAR TIX FOR SALE
« on: October 01, 2009, 10:10:26 am »
Ok,

SO I don't know much about this Nascar thing, but I am heading there tomorrow, and the rest of the weekend.

I have lot 59 (Infield FRONT ROW) inside of turn 3 tickets.  I have 2 tickets left.  The people that I am going with have an RV (Andy would be proud of) that has a deck on it that seats 10 comfy.  Also the number of tickets in the lot so we have plenty of room.

The Tickets are $225/each all weekend,(all races that is...) I would probably take $400 for the 2 that remain.

Call me if you are interested.  I will have a practice basket as well on location!
913-485-5123

Please help me make sense of this......

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Tournaments / Re: OLATHE OPEN
« on: September 30, 2009, 03:56:06 pm »
Now that I like! ;D

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I did not check the box indicating that I would abide by that rule Tracy.  So I will not be doing so in the Pro Field.

The shirt will be a long sleeve Dri-Fit valued at close to $20 for the event.  I may try to get some local sponsorship, but being gone all next week before the event it'll be hard then I have a week of work that will be back loggin from my time off.

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Cliff Drive / Re: 9/28/09 Cliff Drive League
« on: September 30, 2009, 03:50:10 pm »
Ryan shot a 62 he told me last night, he was up there when we finished......put him down for an 84, that'll help.....

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The first EVER C-Tier at Cliff Drive with Tee pads, I really mean it this time, they will be done.  The courses will NOT be set in Worlds configuration

City of Foutains
C-Tier
Saturday October 17, 2009
Blue Valley Registration 8:00-9:00 AM
Tee Off 9:30

Round 2 at Cliff Drive

Entry Fees
$63-Open
$43-All Other Pro Divisions
$23-All Am Divisions
$10-PDGA Fee for non-members will be added
$2-Ace Fund optional

Payout for the top 1/3 in professional divisions.
All Am's will receive a shirt!

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Cliff Drive / Re: Need Help Running League
« on: September 24, 2009, 12:23:35 pm »
As if one league north of the office isnt enough to run, Ted Keith has offerred to help out in my absence.

I couldn't ask for a better guy to help out.

Please show Ted more courtesy and respect than you would most other people, and you should have no problems!

Be ready to throw at 5:30 the next few weeks, and probably earlier than that soon enough.....

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