After serving the City of San Diego for over 36 years, Carmen Espinoza, Recreation Center Director III, is retiring from Nobel Recreation Center. We know her from her years at Standley Park and the Nobel Recreation Center, but she has worked at various locations throughout the city, including Pacific Beach Recreation Center, North Park, and the Municipal Gym.
She’s also counted over 2,000 volunteers she has supervised throughout her service, including at local events such as Movies in The Park, Winter Wonderland Snow Day, Halloween Carnival, Teen Dances, Volunteer Clean Up Projects, Cookies With Santa, Spring Egg Hunts, Christmas Tree Lighting, Octoberfest, Concerts In The Park, Banana Split, SD Summer Lunch Program and Toys For Tots.
Carmen currently volunteers for the San Diego Police Department’s Crisis Intervention Program as a Crisis Interventionist and is on the HOA Board for Village Square Condominiums. Other organizations she has been involved with include: Girl Scouts of America, I Love A Clean San Diego, Navy and Marine Corps, and the Father Joe’s Villages. In her spare time she likes to read, hike, bike and exercise. She’ll have more chances to do so when she officially retires in January.
Carmen’s last day at Nobel Recreation Center is January 4, 2019. Please stop by before then to thank her for her service to our University City community.
Nobel Athletic Fields and Recreation Center is located at 8810 Judicial Drive, San Diego, CA 92122. Call 858-552-1626 or click https://www.sandiego.gov/park-and-recreation/centers/recctr/nobel for more information.
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