Becoming Wonder Woman

Jumanah Alsaffar has a powerful story of transformation.

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Dig in!

Did you know that our soil tells our story?

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Making dreams come true

Creating transformational programming for our community.

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Share Your Story

Welcome to Park Conversations.

Park Conversations is a new publication released by Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation. This biannual magazine spotlights the conversations happening throughout Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation. We want our members, program participants, and park users to be seen and heard. Park Conversations helps us do just that.

The impact of parks and recreation can truly be transformative!  Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation is fortunate to offer something for everyone. We encourage you to explore the science of nature, engage in our adaptive programs, connect with others on the playground, or find a better you through fitness and wellness. Whatever you choose, we look forward to being the best part of your day! 

Keep the conversation going! Share your own story.

Stories We’re Helping Tell

A Walk with Nature

Monica Cannaley has participated in the On the Trail to Fitness program every week since 2014! Learn more about the program and what keeps her coming back for more.

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A Journey to Transformation

Jumanah Alsaffar found all the tools she needed for her transformation at the Monon Community Center. Now, this real-life wonder woman is unstoppable.

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Preparing for the Trip of a Lifetime

Jack Brummett traveled to see world wonders. His journey started at the Monon Community Center.

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Diving into our Soil

Brittany McAdams, our natural resources coordinator, helps the community understand our history and our future through our soil.

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Inlow Park: An Inclusive Community Adventure

Explorers of all abilities will find a unique, hands-on experience at the newly renovated Lawrence W. Inlow Park!

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BIG Dreams Become Reality

Michelle Yadon, our inclusion supervisor, has big dreams for our adaptive participants and programming.

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Park Conversations Archive

Spring 2019