Please Support My Re-Election Campaign!

I am running for re-election as your Three Rivers Park Commissioner, and would be honored by your support. Please check out my video, and share it with your friends!

As Three Rivers Board Chair, I am proud of what we have accomplished over the last two years, and remain committed to connecting people with nature through collaborative partnerships, long-term stewardship and fiscally responsible management. I am particularly excited about our initiatives to bring more of Three Rivers’ exceptional recreation and natural resources programs into our communities, especially for children and seniors.

My Dad taught me years ago we don't plant trees for ourselves, we plant them for our grandchildren. It was the most important lesson he ever taught me - living my life today as if the future matters. The year Dad passed away, my own children joined me on Arbor Day to each plant a tree in his memory. More recently, I planted another tree in a park for my first grandchild. Those trees reconnect my family with nature, and leave a living legacy for generations to come.

I am honored to have the continuing endorsement of many respected community leaders, and hope you will please join them in supporting my candidacy for re-election.

I invite you to learn more on this website about my extensive background, accomplishments and continuing commitment to you as Board Chair. Please follow my Tweets (to the right), check out my Three Rivers Facebook page and sign up for my regular Newsletter Updates. I also share information about Three Rivers on these videos, and highlights from My Blog are provided below. As always, your questions and suggestions are always welcomed and appreciated!

John

 

Three Rivers' first Safety Awareness Camp was a huge success! The camp introduces families with members who have special needs to what our parks have to offer, and what happens when things don't go exactly as planned. Campers spend the day learning about how to be safe in the parks,...

Wednesday, August 6 – Beach Party, Bryant Lake Regional Park, noon–3 p.m. Join naturalists from Richardson Nature Center! Ride a waterslide, try the beach obstacle course, make a craft, and play water games. See live pond critters, birds of prey, and reptiles. Build and decorate a sand castle, and win...

Click on the picture to watch LMCC Community TV's production of The Pulse with Beverly Foster (and me!) to learn more about Three Rivers Regional Trails.

Three Rivers is receiving the "Best of the Best" Barb King Environmental Stewardship Award from the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) in recognition of the extraordinary ongoing commitment by our dedicated natural resources staff!

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John Gunyou
Three Rivers Parks Board Chair