The City of Marion will be accepting applications through Friday, April 7th, 2017 for the following position:
The Marion Parks Department is seeking an energetic, self-starting individual for a full-time Program Coordinator position.
Job responsibilities: Directly responsible for the overall planning, directing, implementing and supervising of the Splash House and the various activities, programs and concessions associated with the facility including safety and upkeep.
Garden Education Series:
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For updates or more info, visit:
The Garden House on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The-Garden-House-in-Matter-Park-118787744895464/ OR Friends of the Gardens: https://www.friendsofthegardens.us/.
We want to congratulate Whitney Gilbert for being our Spotlight City Employee for the month of March!! Thank you for all you do, Whitney!
The Marion Parks Department is selling tickets for the Daddy Daughter Dance to take place Friday, April 7th, from 6:30-8:30pm. Tickets are $15 per couple, $5 for each additional child. Come join them at the Garden House with your dad. Enjoy music, food and more. Contact the Marion Parks Department at 662-9931 to get tickets. Seating is limited.
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Marion Parks and Recreation is accepting applications for lifeguards and concession/front desk positions for the 2017 season.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:
APRIL 21st, or until all positions are filled.
Applications are available at City Hall, Parks and Recreation Department, 301 S. Branson St. Marion, 46952.
Inquiries are directed to Carlos Rosales, email@example.com or 765-662-9931.
(MARION, IN) January 27th, 2017 – The City of Marion is unveiling a new brand and identity through a partnership with an academic group at Indiana Wesleyan University.
In April of 2016, Marion Mayor Jess Alumbaugh reached out to IWU, while a group of professors had recently stimulated an academic initiative comprised of about 20 students with big desires to make a lasting impact in the community through design. The group initiated discussions with leaders who had been exploring the next step in furthering a new identity to replace the decade-old catch phrase/logo, “Make it Marion.”