Pennsylvania’s Law Enforcement Accreditation Program came to the Commonwealth in July 2001. Since then 56 agencies have attained accredited status. Warminster Police is the second Bucks County agency accredited by the Pennsylvania Chiefs joining Falls Township.
The cornerstone of the accreditation strategy lies in the promulgation of standards containing a clear statement of professional objectives. Through analysis existing operations can be adapted to meet these objectives, and once procedures are in place, a team of independent professionals is assigned to verify that all applicable standards have been successfully implemented. The process culminates with a decision by the Pennsylvania Chief of Police Accreditation Commission that the agency is worthy of accreditation.
The Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Accreditation Program was designed and developed by professional law enforcement executives to provide a reasonable and cost effective plan for the professionalization of law enforcement agencies within the Commonwealth. The underlying philosophy of the program is to have a user-friendly undertaking for the departments that will result in a “success” oriented outcome.
The process involved complex work by agency personnel over a period of approximately 2 years, creating, modifying and implementing policies and procedures. In early June the Warminster Police Department was assessed by a peer group of law enforcement professionals who recommended accreditation to the Commission.
The Township Board of Supervisors is charged by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with, among other things, the general governance of the Township and the execution of legislative, executive, and administrative powers in order to ensure sound fiscal management and to secure the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of the Township. To email a supervisor directly, please select one from below.
Replay of Supervisors meeting can also be seen anytime on our YouTube Channel . . . www.youtube.com/user/WarminsterTownship
► Kenneth M Hayes (Chairman)
Mr. Hayes is presently serving as Chairman of the Board of Supervisors. Prior to his election to the Board of Supervisors in January 2020, he served as chair of the Warminster Township Environmental Advisory Council, former chair and member of the Budget Committee, member of the Pension Investment Committee, and an alternate on the Planning Commission.
Ken has resided in Warminster Township for 25 years.
► Katherine L. Frescatore (Vice Chairman)
Ms. Frescatore is currently serving as Vice Chairman of the Board of Supervisors. She has resided in Warminster for 33 years. She was the former chairwoman of Warminster Township’s Communications Board. In addition, Katherine was a volunteer coach for a variety of Warminster’s Intramural sports teams for 27 years. She coached boys’ baseball, boys’ and girls’ basketball and girls’ softball.
► Mark E. McKee (Treasurer)
Mr. McKee is presently serving as Township Treasurer of the Board of Supervisors. . Prior to his election to the Board of Supervisors in January 2012, he served as Citizen Advisor to Parks and Recreation Board (2009 -2011), and the Ad hoc Tri Centennial Committee that was created in 2010 to celebrate the 300th Anniversary of the Township. Mark worked tirelessly to raise the funds necessary to support the Warminster Community Park Safety Town Committee Rotary project, a kid's park to teach the kids the rules of the road. He is committed to the Board's goal of working to help residents address storm water and other quality of life concerns, and promoting a business friendly municipal government.
Mark, who has 30 years of experience in the construction and interior finish industry, resides in Warminster with his wife of 20 years, Erica, and their son Jack.
► Judith A. Hoover (Secretary)
Term Ends: 2025
Ms. Hoover is currently serving as Township Secretary on the Board of Supervisors. She first moved to Warminster Township in 1971 and returned to the area again in 2013. Prior to serving on the board, she served as Warminster Township Auditor and as a member of the Parks and Rec Board. Judy is currently a member of both the Friends of Warminster Parks and the Friends of the Warminster Library.
► Janice Charlton
Ms. Charlton is currently serving as member on the Board of Supervisors. As a mother of nine, she is used to multi-tasking and problem solving. She is an active member of our community and wants the best for each of you regardless of party affiliation. The individuals of our community from our youngest children to oldest seniors make us into one family of Warminster residents. As in all families, not every day is perfect, but we hear the concerns of each member and work to keep peace within our family. She wants Warminster to be the place families of all ages will want to call their home.
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This page is for requesting a Block Party in Warminster Township. Unless there is a conflict, approved Block Party Forms will be forwarded to the Public Works Department, Police Department and Office of the Township Manager. Please complete the form with as much information as possible. By submitting this form, the applicant agrees to waive and hold harmless Warminster Township from all claims, liability, loss, damages and injury which may result from this event. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 215-443-5428.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Fee Schedule Changes for 2023.
Please see Resolution 2023-01.
The Township Board of Supervisors created the Office of the Township Manager to serve as the Chief Administrative Officer of the Township. The Township Manager is appointed by a majority vote of the Board of Supervisors and is chosen solely on the basis of executive and administrative qualifications, education, and experience in the principles and practices of public policy and administration with respect to the duties of the office of Township Manager.
The Manager is responsible to the Board of Supervisors for the proper and efficient administration of all responsibilities and diligent execution of all authority and duties of administration, for directing the daily operations and achieving the established goals and objectives of the governing body.
A graduate of both Villanova and Colorado State Universities and with over 30 years of experience in local government, his goal is to work with the Board of Supervisors in their mission to offer outstanding services and fiscal responsibility to maintain the Warminster Township community vitality. He has spent most of his life and professional career in Bucks County; most recently in Bristol Township.
Born in Lebanon, PA, she has earned a Master’s in Public Administration from Villanova University, Master of Science in Criminal Justice from Saint Joseph’s University, and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from West Chester University. She has spent over 25 years working in varying facets of government. She believes that you leave a place better than you found it and is hopeful she will be able to do that in Warminster.
- Parks are open from sunrise to sunset. After dusk, you must have a permit or risk being fined.
- Parks are officially closed during winter weather conditions. Park parking lots, paths and trails are not maintained and may remain snow and ice covered for extended periods. Surfaces may be slippery. Guests may still access park for winter recreational activities; however, they do so at their own peril. Anti-slip winter footwear is recommended.
- All Park buildings are winterized annually (restrooms closed, water/electric shut off) by December 1 to reduce the chance of frozen pipes. Porta-potties will be removed from Munro in December, but one will remain on site at WCP & Kemper. Weather permitting, buildings should reopen in April.
- Sport fields in all parks are available by permit only. Persons who wish to use pavilions & fields should apply for permits. Warminster youth organizations and permit holders have priority.
- No smoking, alcohol or illegal substances are permitted in the parks.
- Park facilities are available for special events, parties, family picnics and business gatherings for a reasonable fee. Dates fill quickly each year, so please reserve your pavilion or fields by completing a facility/pavilion request permit and submitting it to the Parks & Recreation Dept. Forms can be downloaded at the website: warminstertownship.org
- To reduce vandalism, park facilities are locked unless park staff or sport organizations are utilizing a park. If you see vandalism, dumping or other hazards, DON’T WAIT!! Please call the Police Department immediately at (215) 672-1000.
- Please do not feed the wildlife, especially the fox, deer and geese, in the parks – supplemental feeding encourages wildlife to lose their fear of people and become dependent on handouts that are not part of their natural diets.
- If you see people with their dogs running loose, please call the Animal Control Officer at 215-672-1000. Do not try to intervene and put yourself in harm’s way.
- The Warminster Bark Park is available to all area residents as a membership program. To participate you must provide veterinarian proof of vaccinations, complete an application, and attend a one-time education session. Fees are $25/Warminster resident and $35/non-resident.
- Solicitation by vendors, including private fitness or sport instruction, is not permitted in any park. Citations will be issued by the Police Department. Permits are available for a fee.
- Motorized vehicles, including dirt bikes, snow mobiles and ATVs, are not permitted in Township parks.
- Cyclists must yield to pedestrians on all park trails. Warn pedestrians by loudly declaring “cyclist on your left” prior to passing.
- Perennials for Parks – if you are dividing your perennials in spring or fall, why not donate the “discards” to the parks to improve our park landscaping. Contact the office for more info: 215-443-5428.
- Park encroachment – If your residence backs up to a park, please be aware of your property boundaries before installing sheds, pools and play equipment. Items that encroach on park land must be removed at the cost of the homeowner no matter how long they have been in place.
- No dumping reminder – dumping in the parks or public lands is illegal. Leaves, trees, limbs, trimmings and other yard waste must be removed and disposed of properly through the trash company.
- Commemorative benches and trees honoring friends, family, pets and others are available for placement in any Township park. For more information, contact Parks & Rec @ 215-443-5428 or download forms from the website: warminstertownship.org.
- Parks & Recreation would like to extend our thanks to the many sport groups, individuals and volunteers who assist with park maintenance. If you have questions about the various projects underway, please call us.
EMERALD ASH BORER (EAB) & SPOTTED LANTERN FLY UPDATE
Most of the dead ash trees that posed a threat to property have been removed in the park system. There are still dead ash in certain areas of the parks, but we do not plan to clear cut these areas and will allow them to degrade naturally. The Spotted Lantern Fly has arrived in our area and the Township is working with the PA Department of Agriculture (PAD) as one of their test sites. In several parks, Ailanthis trees will be used as bait traps and so that pesticides can be applied that will interrupt the insect lifecycle. Please continue to check your car, equipment, trailers before leaving the area so this invasive specie does not spread further. Egg casings on trees can be scraped off before spring hatching. PAD scientists are working on ways to control this moth before more trees, vineyards and orchards are affected. For more information on the EAB or Spotted Lantern Fly, check the Department of Conservation & Natural Resources website: http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/forestry/insectsdisease/
SZYMANEK PARK COMMUNITY GARDEN
The Community Garden at Szymanek Park was revived and there may be some raised beds available for gardeners looking for space in the spring. These beds are available on a first come, first served basis. If interested, please contact Donna Elms, member Warminster Environmental Advisory Council via email: email@example.com
“FRESH CONNECT” AT WCP
Parks & Recreation will continue to host Fresh Connect Bucks County – a free mobile Farmer’s Market for Bucks County residents. Held in cooperation with United Way, BC Opportunity Council and Philabundance, residents must register and meet certain household income qualifications. Held each Tuesday, year-round (weather permitting), from 11-1 PM at Warminster Community Park. Due to Covid-19, the number of people benefitting from this service has increased exponentially. This no-contact service creates backups on the driveway into the park. We recommend, if you are coming for a park visit, to come before 9 AM or after 1PM. For more information or to volunteer, call 215-345-8175 or BCOC.org
FACILITY RENTALS and RESERVATIONS
Park facilities & pavilions are available for parties, family picnics, sport activities & business gatherings for a reasonable fee. Please do not forget to reserve your pavilion or field by completing a facility request permit via warminsterpa.myrec.com. Please allow up to two business days for review. Permits are not fully executed until fees are paid in full. Permit holders have priority.
FRIENDS OF WARMINSTER PARKS
Friends of Warminster Parks is a volunteer, 501-c-3 non-profit organization committed to raising awareness and funds for the improvement, preservation and continued development of the Warminster Township Park system. Our goal is to raise funds to enhance and develop both passive and active recreational areas in Warminster Township Parks and support recreational programs for the benefit and enjoyment of Warminster residents. With so many ambitious projects, the Friends of Warminster Park is always seeking new members to participate. They are looking for volunteers that might have publicity and marketing, construction, IT, management, or organizational skills, or just wish to participate in an organization that benefits the community. To get involved visit the website @ www.friendsofwarminsterparks.org
Hometown Hero Banners
Installation of the Friends Hometown Hero Banners has begun. Banners are available to active service members and all veterans who have lived in Warminster or have family living here. For more information on the banners, go to the Friends website or stop by the Park & Rec office to pick up a form. Click here for a form – www.friendsofwarminsterparks.org or call Parks & Recreation: 215-443-5428.
BARK PARK NEWS
Memberships to the Warminster Bark Park are available for area residents. There are no limits on the number of members who can participate in the Park. Paw Passes (electronic key entry FOB) are available for annual fees (Jan.-Dec.) of $25/Warminster resident household/year ($35/Non-Resident).
New members are required to complete an application, provide copies of current County license and vet certificate of vaccinations, pay an annual fee and attend a Bark Park workshop. These 60-minute workshops are provided FREE so that area members and their canine friends get the most of the dog park experience. In exchange, members receive the Rules and Regs, Bark Park etiquette & safety info, and a Paw Pass electronic gate fob. Hours for the park will be 7:00 AM-Sunset – weather and conditions permitting. The Bark Park has been designed to include two (2) separate fenced-in areas for the large and small dogs to run off-leash and include pavilion coverage, water (in season) and benches. For more information on registration, regulations and class dates, call the office or check out the website @ www.warminstertownship.org/barkpark.
Reminders for our Bark Park Members:
- CLEAN UP, NO EXCUSES! – Keep the dog park clean and more importantly our dogs healthy. A dog owner should always have bags with them, even if provided at a dog park.
- Socialization & Basic Commands – Dogs should be fully socialized BEFORE going to the dog park. Dogs should respond to basic commands since a dog must be under the handler’s control at all times when in the dog park.
- Incident Reports – All incidents must be reported to the police or animal control within 24 hours: 215-672-1000.
- Only Members Allowed! – To ensure the safety of all dogs, members should not permit others into the Bark Park. You are responsible for any injury or damages done by a non-member and park privileges will be rescinded.
- Bring water. During winter months and if maintenance is required, the dog fountains are turned off. Please bring water for your pet.
POOPER SCOOPER ORDINANCE
Ordinance #565 regulates animal defecation on public and private property and the disposal of animal feces. Pet owners are required to clean up after their animals, not only in the parks, but on all public and private property in the Township, or face a possible fine up to $1,000.
Dog Licenses Required
According to Pennsylvania State Law, all dogs three (3) months of age or older must have a current dog license and a current rabies vaccination administered by a licensed veterinarian***. Annual dog licenses (Jan.-Dec.) may be purchased at the WREC, Mon thru Fri from 9 AM-4 PM, at Bucks County Treasurer’s office in Doylestown-(215) 348-6244, or online at www.padoglicense.com. You you must provide proof of spay/neuter to receive the discount.
Pet owners should be aware that Warminster Township has an ordinance in place regarding un-provoked incessant noise made by animals***. For more info regarding this and other Pennsylvania State Dog Laws, contact Craig Claycomb, Animal Control Officer (215) 672-1000 ***Violators are subject to a $100-$500 fine for non-compliance***
- Tree Tenders – Free Classes
As part of the DCNR TreeVitalize program, the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS), in partnership with Penn State Cooperative Extension, will offer nine hours of FREE hands-on tree care training for residents of the five-county Philadelphia region. For info, visit the website: www.treevitalize.net.
- Tree Donations
More than 90 families have already planted the living memorial gift of a tree or shrub in the park system. These trees commemorate a special occasion, family celebration, or honor the memory of a loved one. If you enjoy a particular park and wish to place a lasting gift to a family member, friend or pet, either living or deceased, consider donating a tree to the community. If you wish to make a tree donation, simply download the form from the township website or call the office. Several options are available. Memorial trees are installed in early March or after October 15th.
VANDALISM – It Hurts Everyone
Even though we have many people using our parks, we saw an uptick in the amount of vandalism in the parks. Already Munro, Szymanek and WCP have been affected by useless damage. Instead of spending tax dollars to improve the parks, we are constantly trying to stay ahead of the repair & replacement costs which have resulted from break-ins, arson and general building & equipment vandalism.
- If you see it happening, do not intervene or put yourself at risk – call the Police! An Anti-Vandalism Ordinance is in place. There is a reward if your information leads to an arrest and conviction. If you see vandalism, dumping or other hazards, DON’T WAIT!! Please call the Police Department immediately at (215) 672-1000 or 9-1-1.
BIRDERS CAN ENJOY THE PARKS YEAR ROUND
WCP has become a haven for many species of birds which have been seen in the park and surrounding areas throughout the year. From January through April, Winter Wren, Brown Creeper, Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker and Golden-Crowned and Ruby-Crowned Kinglets can be found in Kemper Park in winter. Eastern Bluebirds, American Tree Sparrows and Field Sparrows will be in Warminster Community Park. The coldest days may bring Horned Larks, Snow Buntings, Lapland Longspur or American Pipits to large “barren” fields around the Park. Gull flocks may include Iceland, Laughing, Lesser Black-Backed or Herring Gulls with the common Ring-Billed Gulls. A Short-Eared Owl was spotted over WCP recently. Spring migration starts in late March with waterfowl. Check ponds for Green-Winged Teal, Hooded Mergansers and other unusual ducks. A flock of 120 Tundra Swans flew over WCP in a recent winter. And dozens of species of migrants will show up at Kemper Park beginning in April. You may spot a Northern Waterthrush or Nashville Warbler along with the more common Palm and Pine Warblers.
PLEASE DON’T FEED THE WILDLIFE!
Parks and Recreation is working with the USDA Wildlife Service to protect the health of our park birds and wildlife. Please do not feed the waterfowl (geese, ducks, gulls, etc.) or the deer in our parks. Feeding these wild animals creates dependence, promotes the spread of disease and upsets the natural cycles. Thank you for your cooperation.
In numerous parks throughout the system, there are instances of neighbors who have placed woodpiles, sheds, gardens, play apparatus, even swimming pools on park property. If your residence backs up to a park, please be aware of your property boundaries before installing anything. Items that encroach on park land must be removed at the cost of the homeowner no matter how long they have been in place.
NO DUMPING REMINDER
For residents who back up to our park system, please be reminded that no dumping is allowed. Since public access is limited behind the homes at Barness Park, Devonshire Court, Meadow Run Park, Ivy Woods and Kemper Park, we can only infer that neighbors are dumping in the parks. This practice must cease and desist immediately or you may be cited by our L&I or Police Department. Leaves, trees, limbs, trimmings and other yard waste must be removed and disposed of properly through the trash company.
TRAIL MAPS AVAILABLE!
There are now over 5 miles of paved trail at WCP! Maps can be downloaded from the Township website for personal use (click here). Several trails bisect the park to create a multitude of walking, biking and running opportunities. Along the way, you’ll experience some hidden park treasures and enjoy much of the wildlife. Please note the posted trail signs for everyone’s safety!
WARMINSTER SPORT/CIVIC ORGANIZATIONS
The different Warminster Sport and Civic Organizations operate independently of the Parks & Recreation Department. We do not oversee their operations, set prices or policies, or act as a mediator during disputes. If you have questions, comments or suggestions, please contact each organization. Phone numbers and websites are listed here.
A Memorial Golf Tournament for Kyle Quinn was held at Five Ponds Golf Course on Friday, October 21, 2022. At the tournament, Kyle’s parents Denise and Leo Quinn and other members of the Quinn family presented a check for $3,000 from the Kyle Quinn Memorial Fund to the Friends of Warminster Parks.
The funds will be combined with other donations and will be used to enhance the Kyle Quinn Skate Spot located at Munro Park in Warminster. The skate park has been used by hundreds of skateboarders since its creation in 2007. The enhancements will attract even more skateboarders in the future.
The Friends of Warminster Parks and the Warminster Parks and Recreation Department thank the Board of the Kyle Quinn Memorial Fund for this generous donation.
SPECIAL DONATION BRINGS MORE FUN TO THE PARK!
The Parks & Recreation Department would like to extend a special thanks to Grete Yeadon for her very generous donation to Warminster Community Park. The Friends of Warminster Parks is delighted to match her donation to create an all-inclusive, non-competitive basketball court called “Bankshot Basketball”. This unique multi-backboard venue focuses on individual skill rather than team competition. Everyone can play! We hope to have the court completed by Spring 2022. Donate to this all-inclusive project at www.Friendsofwarminsterparks.org.
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR LOCAL BUSINESSES
The Park & Recreation Department would like to thank several businesses that supported our events and parks in 2022. Major event sponsors included Cowhey Family ShopRite in Warminster, Hatboro Federal Savings, JP Mascaro & Sons, First National Bank of Newtown, Gilmore & Associates, Flager & Associates, Renk Electric, Citizens for A Better Warminster, and O’Neil Buick, and NovaCare to name a few. Without this tremendous support, we would not be able to provide events and activities to our residents free or at minimal cost. Sponsorship opportunities are available for events and park items, large and small. Call the Parks & Rec office if you wish more information about any of the services we provide to the community!
Cowhey Family ShopRite has committed funds to purchase a sunshade for a section of Safety Town so that we may add much needed shade to this facility. We invite all families to enjoy this unique play area. Bring your scooter, trike, or big wheel to enjoy the space. No motorized scooters or vehicles, adult-size bikes or animals permitted in the facility. Schools, daycare facilities & groups must make a reservation and area will remain open to the public. There are still a few “store front” leases available for area business sponsorship. Call the Parks & Rec Department if interested.
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|EV CHARGING STATION AVAILABLE IN WCP
Warminster has gone green with an Electronic Vehicle Charging Station in Warminster Community Park (WCP)! Thanks to a grant from the PA DEP Driving PA Forward Funding Program, and donations from Renk Electric and the Friends of Warminster Parks, this ChargePoint EV station is available to any resident with an electric vehicle. EV designated parking spaces are located by the Park & Rec office in WCP’s main parking lot. The EV station is available during park hours for a fee. Come enjoy the park while charging your vehicle! Accounts: An account will be needed with ChargePoint (at no fee) to pay/use the charging station. You can pick up an account card in the Parks and Recreation office during regular business hours, or you can create a free account at www.ChargePoint.com. Warminster Township Parks and Recreation cannot accept any money onsite for charging.
For our events to be successful, we are seeking volunteers who wish to assist. No worries about the time commitment – it can be as little as a half hour to multiple hours and on a flexible schedule. Let us know if you are interested by contacting the Parks & Rec office at 215-443-5428. Please be aware youth programs will require a background check.
AMAZING COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERS
We would like to thank several individuals and organizations that assisted the park staff with taking care of the trees and gardens at Warminster Community Park to keep our space beautiful. Walton Hathaway must be commended for his constant cleanup efforts, logging over 350 hours of volunteer time at WCP in 2022. The Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee members continue to be vital to the success of Parks and Recreation special events and programming, volunteering their time as advisors at bi-monthly meetings and lending helping hands whenever needed.
Warminster Parks & Recreation has discount Premier Regal Entertainment Movie Tickets ($9.50) and Flower Show Tickets. Due to Covid, many ski resorts and amusement venues are not providing discount tickets at this time. We hope this will change during the summer. Check back with Park & Rec during the spring for more info. Tickets are available for sale Mon-Fri from 9AM-4PM at the WREC@WCP. Go online for prices and info. www.warminstertownship.org. or call the office at 215-443-5428
FRIENDS CONTINUE HOMETOWN HERO BANNER PROGRAM
Friends of Warminster Parks continue to accept applications for Hometown Hero Banners. Banners are available to active military service members and all veterans who have lived in Warminster or have family living here. For more information on the banners, go to the Friends website or stop by the Park & Rec office to pick up a form: www.friendsofwarminsterparks.org
FRIENDS SEEKING MORE FRIENDS
Friends of Warminster Parks is a volunteer, 501-c-3 nonprofit organization committed to raising awareness and funds for the improvement, preservation and continued development of the Warminster Township Park system. The Friends of Warminster Parks is always seeking new members to participate that might have publicity and marketing, construction, IT, management, or organizational skills, or just wish to participate in an organization that benefits the community. To get involved, send your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org
ADVERTISE YOUR ORGANIZATION ON WARMINSTER’S COMMUNITY GATEWAY
The Township invites all community civic and sport organizations to place their symbol on our community “gateway” sign located at County Line and York Roads. Symbols should be no larger than 16 inches in diameter. For more information, please contact the Parks & Recreation office: (215)443-5428.
BARK PARK NEWS
Memberships to the Warminster Bark Park are available for area residents. For those new to the park, completion of an application, current dog license and rabies certificate and attendance at a Bark Park orientation workshop are required to get a Paw Pass. Paw Passes (electronic key fobs) are available for annual fees (Jan.-Dec.) of $25/Warminster resident household/year ($35/NR). For more information on registration, regulations and class dates check out the website @ www.warminstertownship.org/barkpark.
EAGLE SCOUT/GOLD STAR PROJECTS
For troops looking for community service hours, there are multiple projects in the parks and we encourage scouts to bring ideas before us. Any troop or Eagle Scout interested in a special project or community service should contact the Parks & Recreation Department at (215)443-5428 as soon as possible.
PHILA. REGION SPORT CAR CLUB OF AMERICA (SCCA)
Parks & Rec would like to thank SCCA for their donations to the park system. Whether monetary or volunteer time, they have been working hard to improve WCP. The Philadelphia Region of the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) annually holds 10-12 days of Solo autocross events at Warminster Community Park. They also offer Driving Skills and Teen Street Survival schools. Further details about these and other motor sports events sponsored by the Phila. Region SCCA is available at their website: WWW.PHILLYSCCA.COM
WARMINSTER SKATE SPOT SEEKS ADVERTISING & SPONSORSHIP SUPPORT
Friends of Warminster Parks continues the campaign to raise funds to purchase more equipment at the Munro Park Skate Spot. Join organizations, businesses and families that have already donated to this worthy cause. If you would like more information about this park and the fundraising efforts, please contact Park & Rec at 215-443-5428 or check out the Friends website: www.friendsofwarminsterparks.org
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