Park Stockdale is a neighborhood of 578 homes located in beautiful southwest Bakersfield With entrances at Rio Bravo DrIVE and Lennox AveNUE. Park Stockdale is a quiet, mature community with a distinctive character not seen IN the newer housing tracts where it is difficult to tell one house from the next.
Residents enjoy community amenities including four full-size tennis courts, a five-lane, 75-foot-long swimming pool with diving board, Harrington Park – a private community park/playground, and Frank Weldon Community Hall – the neighborhood community center. Regular neighborhood activities include T-Ball, bi-annual neighborhood-wide yard sales, and seasonal neighborhood events.
The 11-member Park Stockdale Civic Association Board of Directors has one opening.
Directors meet at the hall at 7 p.m. the second Monday of every month.
If you are a homeowner interested in serving your community, contact a board member or the office: 205 Rio Bravo Drive; 323-4302; email@example.com. Office hours are 10-1 MWF.
Park Stockdale will host its first Walk N Wheels at 6 p.m. May 13 followed immediately by a movie night in the park at 7:30.
The events are for Park Stockdale residents and their guests.
The group will meet at the parking lot at 205 Rio Bravo Drive at 5:30 and begin walking or riding bikes, skateboards, roller skates or blades, scooters, tricycles or pushing baby strollers.
The theme is tutus and boas so dress up yourself and your mode of transportation. Dress fun and crazy although that is not required. Just cruise the neighborhood and have fun.
When the group returns, barbecued hot dogs will be served. A movie in the park, complete with popcorn, will round out the evening.
Park Stockdale is hiring lifeguards for our summer season. Lifeguards must be certified.
To apply, contact the office at 205 Rio Bravo Drive; (661) 323-4302; firstname.lastname@example.org. Office hours are 10-1 MWF.
Park Stockdale needs a gate guard this summer for its private community pool.
The adult guard checks entrance cards to admit only residents and their guests.
Job pays minimum wage and is from noon-8 p.m. weekends and holidays.
Fill out an application at the Park Stockdale office, 205 Rio Bravo Drive; 323-4302; email@example.com. Office hours 10-1 MWF.
More than 40 children enjoyed the annual Easter egg hunt Saturday, April 9 at the park.
The hour-long event included sack races, egg-and-spoon races, face painting and photos with the Easter bunny before culminating with the egg hunt.
Jayson Martinez was a big hit as the Easter bunny. So were face painters Jessica and Isabel Campos.
Making it all possible were volunteers or sponsors: Kiki Contreras, Ana Flores, Jose Martinez, Melissa Martinez, John Prince, Dan Tuttle, Susan Tuttle and Roxanne Fackler.
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Volunteers Kiki Contreras, Roxanne Fackler, Ana Flores, Bryan and Pat Nolan, Mary Kath Nolan and Susan Tuttle prepared the eggs for the Easter egg hunt for residents in the park and pavilion 10 a.m. Saturday, April 9.