The purpose of the Indian Hill Recreation Commission is to provide recreational opportunities and athletic programs for residents of the Village of Indian Hill and the students of the Indian Hill School District.
History: On September 23, 1974, the Indian Hill Village Council adopted Resolution 14-74 and thereby established a Recreation Commission. Official status was necessitated by matters such as insurance liability, scheduling of facilities, policing, and fee collection. According to the resolution, the Recreation Commission would be composed of no less than 15 members who would serve terms of 3 years, except for initial members appointed; 2 members for 1 year, 3 members for 2 years, and 3 or more members for 3 years. (This would provide for continuity in the Commission's programs.) Members of the Commission were appointed by Village Council, and the Commission would remain under Council's control. By February 24, 1975, a new resolution expanded the maximum number of members to 30. Originally, only residents of the Village of Indian Hill were to be members of the Commission. In January of 2000, the Commission changed its Constitution as follows: "The Indian Hill Recreation Commission shall be comprised of no more than thirty members, who must be residents of the Village of Indian Hill or the Indian Hill School District."
The purpose of the Indian Hill Recreation Commission is to provide recreational opportunities and athletic programs for residents of the Village of Indian Hill and the students of the Indian Hill School District. If there is room in an individual program, Cincinnati Country Day students may participate since it is located within the boundaries of the Village of Indian Hill.
The goal of the recreational program is to encourage community spirit and friendship. The goals of the athletic programs are:
To allow all players as equal an opportunity as
possible to participate,
To instruct players in the development of their
To build good character and encourage teamwork,
To develop and practice good sportsmanship,
To implement the principles of fair play,
To improve physical fitness,
And to have fun.
Coaches and support volunteers are recruited and selected with the understanding that they are expected to pursue these goals conscientiously and to endorse and abide by the IHRC Code of Ethics.
Current Officers: CHAIR– John Blazic VICE-CHAIR– John Rabenold SECRETARY– John Meegan TREASURER- Scott Holzapfel