Perry Space Joint Recreation District report summarizes 2022 actions, funds
Loads of youngsters and senior residents participated in actions provided this yr by the Perry Space Joint Recreation District.
That conclusion was highlighted in a report issued earlier this month on rec district programming and efficiency of its operational models in 2022.
Recreation District Board member Phil Cassella distributed the report on the December assembly of Perry Village Council. Cassella additionally is likely one of the village’s council members.
Perry Space Joint Recreation District gives neighborhood applications for youngsters and senior residents. Entities served by the district are Perry and North Perry villages, Perry Township and Perry Faculties.
For 2022, the Perry Senior Heart, a rec district operational unit, consisted of 653 members. That represented a rise of 150 members from 2021, the rec district report said.
For 2022, the rec district acquired $94,780 in Lake County senior levy income for the Perry Senior Heart funds.
The rec district hopes that quantity is anticipated to be $94,980 in 2023. Cassella, in a Dec. 27 phone interview, mentioned he anticipates that the rec board will discover out in early January if the funds request was accepted by Lake County officers.
In the meantime, the report additionally famous that the Perry Senior Heart has enough house to accommodate future progress.
With regards to actions for youngsters, the report said that the rec district’s 2022 youth sports activities programming concerned 997 individuals. Efforts to check that determine to the 2021 degree of participation weren’t profitable, as Perry Space Joint Recreation District Director Mike Smith couldn’t be reached on Dec 27.
Complete operational earnings for youth sports activities actions in 2022 was $144,250, whereas operational bills added as much as $141,014. That left youth sports activities with a internet carryover of $3,236 for its 2023 funds, the report said.
One other part of the report evaluated the success of the 2022 Fall Competition, which was held Sept. 10 at Lee Lydic Park in Perry Village.
Though admission to the competition is free, cash raised by sources such because the Chinese language public sale, 50/50 drawings and all-day journey wristbands for youngsters generate funding for the Perry Space Joint Recreation District.
Earnings for this yr’s competition totaled about $17,826 and bills have been $15,829. That yielded a revenue of roughly $1,996.
“I believe we initially established that we needed to get a couple of $4,000 revenue out of the occasion, but it surely got here in at about half,” Cassella mentioned, through the Dec. 8 Perry Village Council assembly.
The practically $2,000 in proceeds from this yr’s competition have been break up evenly and earmarked for the 2023 budgets of the Perry Senior Heart and the rec district’s youth sports activities applications.
For the competition itself, 2022 funds projections have been met in areas equivalent to occasion sponsorships, distributors and exhibitors, and a grant from the Lake County Guests Bureau, the report said.
Nonetheless, income decreased barely in classes such because the Chinese language public sale, rec district trailer meals gross sales, beer and wine gross sales, and participant exercise charges.
The 2023 Perry Fall Competition will happen in Lee Lydic Park on Sept. 9. Cassella who additionally serves the rec board’s Fall Competition Steering Committee, mentioned it’s possible that the goals, choices and funds for subsequent yr’s occasion will stay very comparable.
“However we’re going to be making some adjustments on our expense aspect, in order that we might help enhance the quantity of revenue that we get, and people (revisions) haven’t been formulated but,” he mentioned through the Dec. 27 phone interview.