Winter Sports schedule announced for Milford Parks and Recreation

Terry RogersHeadlines, Milford Headline Story, Sports

Winter is fast approaching which has led Milford Parks and Recreation to release their Winter Sports schedule for the upcoming year. Sports run from November through March and include Youth Basketball, Taekwon-Do, Wrestling, Pickleball and Indoor Soccer. There are also Pickleball and Dodgeball Leagues available. “We are excited to offer these programs to children and adults in Milford,” Brad Dennehy, …

Milford Parks and Recreation announces fall sports programs

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Milford Parks and Recreation announced their fall sports programs for 2023. Programs for the upcoming season include field hockey, soccer and flag football. “We are excited to have kids back enjoying our fall sports this year,” Nancy Martino of Milford Parks and Recreation said. “We have a few spots left for signups which can be done at the Milford Parks …

New park coming to Rehoboth Boulevard

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At a recent meeting, Milford City Council authorized Brad Dennehy, Parks and Recreation Manager, authorization to move forward with converting 19 acres of land, known as the Sharp property, into a city park and trail system. The city purchased the land, located next to the former Rookery North, several years ago. “The idea is grounded in Outdoor Recreation, Parks and …

Pickleball courts nearing completion

Terry RogersGovernment, Sports

Parks and Recreation Director Brad Dennehy told Milford City Council at a recent meeting that the new pickleball courts located in Memorial Park should be open in the next few weeks. The department is currently sealcoating the surface before striping them. “We just put new pervious parking spots in and we continue to move forward with our playground. They’re in …

Winter sports begin for Milford Parks and Recreation

Terry RogersHeadlines, Milford Headline Story, Sports

Milford Parks and Recreation has kicked it’s winter sports schedule into gear now that the holidays are over. There are programs available for children and adults in order to promote a healthy, active lifestyle. “Indoor soccer for 11 to 13 year old children still has openings,” Brad Dennehy, Director of Parks and Recreation said. “The cost is $50 and the …

Milford Community Clean-Up planned

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by Terry Rogers   Milford Community Cleanup is scheduled for April 9 (Photo courtesy of Unsplash: Jeremy Bezanger) Downtown Milford Inc., the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford and Milford Parks and Recreation have joined together for the Second Annual Milford Community Clean-Up planned for Saturday April 9, 2022 from 8:00 to 10:30 AM. “We will begin in Bicentennial Park, …


Council approves recreational projects for downtown

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by Terry Rogers     Concept plan for recreational projects in downtown Milford which will now be sent out for bid At a recent meeting, Milford City Council approved a request from Brad Dennehy, Director of Parks and Recreation, to move forward with the bidding process for several downtown recreational projects. The projects include pickleball courts, a pavilion and a …

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Boys and Girls Club agreement approved by City Council

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by Terry Rogers   The City of Milford and the Greater Milford Boys & Girls Club renewed a rental agreement that will be valid for three years Every three years, the Greater Milford Boys and Girls Club enter into an agreement with the City of Milford, renting their building to Milford Parks & Recreation for various programs. At a recent …

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Parks & Recreation to receive DNREC grant

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by Terry Rogers   At a recent City Council meeting, Brad Dennehy, Director of Milford Parks & Recreation, presented council with the opportunity for recreational grants for the city. The funding would be for a new playground and pickleball courts alongside the Mispillion River in Memorial Park. “This is kind of a no brainer. We got some funding from the …