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Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Online registration drives Recreation programs


Online registration is boosting Easter Egg Hunt participation
to levels never seen before.
 
Online registration is driving participation in Plainfield recreation programs to numbers never before seen.

Recreation Superintendent Veronica Taylor reports that as of Tuesday forty-five youngsters were registered to participate in Saturday's Easter Egg Hunt at Cedar Brook Park. According to Taylor, this far exceeds any previous year's registration as far as records show.

The reason for the uptick?

Families are taking advantage of the Division's new online registration system, Community Pass, which allows families to register participants in a variety of recreational activities and pay fees online, thus cutting out a trip to the Recreation office in City Hall Annex.

The program went live in January and will continue its rollout as seasonal activities advance. You can check out the program on the city's website here -- note the button on the lower left side of the home page.



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