A Look at Radford (Virginia) Parks and Recreation, by George Abie Williams

Radford Parks and Recreation provides numerous services to residents of Radford, Virginia. Open seven days a week, it conducts exciting events for all ages throughout the year. Along with renting out picnic shelters and operating a dog park, Radford Parks and Recreation features Relays for Life, photography clubs, and judo clubs.

Youth sports account for some of Radford Parks and Recreation’s most popular programs. Boys and girls aged 5 and up can sign up for basketball, while boys 7 years or older may play football. The group is now offering youth wrestling registration. Other options from Radford Parks and Recreation include baseball, soccer, tee-ball, and softball, and adults can sponsor teams for a fee. Moreover, the organization oversees more than 15 centers throughout the city that contain baseball fields, basketball courts, and batting cages, among other facilities.

About the Author:
Based in Radford, George Abie Williams functions as Senior Vice President Investments for the financial firm of Stifel Nicolaus. During his spare time, he remains active in his community and coaches youth sports through Radford Parks and Recreation. 

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