One Municipal Drive
Natrona Heights, PA 15065
724-226-1393
Harrison Township Allegheny County, PA

Recreation Board

5 year terms

October 19

Harrison Township Recreation Board and Citizens Advisory Committee mission is to foster an improved health and wellness spirit in the community, bringing together old and young to participate in community-wide recreational programs and events.

Guideline for Citizen’s Recreation Advisory Committee

Role: Participate in discussion of Township’s recreation programs and events as organized by the Township’s Recreation Board.

Appointments: Up to seven residents appointed for one-year terms, through December of each year.

Participation Expectations: attendance at a majority of Recreation Board scheduled monthly meetings.  (All community residents are welcome to participate in publicly scheduled Committee meetings regardless of Committee membership.)

Board Members

Josh Nulph, Chairman

Phone:  (724) 681-9543

2022

Natalie Cale,  Secretary

Phone: (724) 448-6588

2020

Megan Zendarski

Phone:  (724) 226-3351

2019

Patricia Walters, Treasurer

Phone:  (724) 224-7599

2020

John Babinsack

Phone: (724) 351-2131

2020

Michael Cebulla

Phone: (412) 736-6500

2018

Alyssa Imler

Phone: (412) 716-1593

2021

Meeting Minutes

January 17, 2018 – Meeting Minutes

February 20, 2018 – Meeting Minutes

March 20, 2018 – Meeting Minutes

2018 Meeting Dates

All meetings are held at 6:30pm at the Harrison Township Municipal Building.

January 16, 2018

February 20, 2018

March 20, 2018

April 17, 2018

May 15, 2018

June 19, 2018

July 17, 2018

August 21, 2018

September 18, 2018

October 16, 2018

November 13, 2018

December 11, 2018

 

 

Recreation Citizens Advisory Committee

Todd Stanzione – Chairperson

412-951-7093

Kristie Babinsack

724-351-2142

Karen Ruk

724-994-6637

Carlene Karlwarski

724-882-4240

Cecelia Lilly

724-892-3215

Jay Szalanski

724-544-1445

Tracy Szalanski

724-980-8417

Earth day 2018 – April 21 2018

Springhill Road Earth Day volunteers sharing in a round of Red Ribbon soda pop from Natrona Bottling

  • 110 volunteers
  • 290 bags
  • 126 tires
  • 18 TV’s
  • 4 shopping carts
  • 3 large vehicle parts
  • 7 miscellaneous items
  • Miscellaneous wood pieces

Article from the TribLive-Valley News, April 21, 2018

Silver Lake Park in Harrison will be getting a face-lift in the spring!

Hiking, biking trail on tap for Harrison this spring

Harrison Township Christmas Parade and Festival 2017

Christmas tree arrives in Harrison — and it’s huge

“Part of Harrison will look more like Rockefeller Center in New York City this holiday season thanks to a donated 40-foot Christmas tree.”

Read the full article and see the video at the TribLive.com