Oak Marr RECenter Volunteer
3200 Jermantown Road
Oakton, VA 22124
VOLUNTEER AT OAK MARR RECenter
Welcome to Oak Marr RECenter. By giving their time and talents to an
array of jobs, our volunteers expand the county budget as they assist
customers while simultaneously supporting site managers and staff. They
make a difference by working to help citizens improve their physical
and mental well-being and to enhance the quality of life in Fairfax
County. Through their generous contributions, volunteers ensure the
continued high level of service that county residents now enjoy at Oak
Splash Down at Oak Marr
Oak Marr is putting more fun in the pool. A water slide with a 30-foot drop will be installed in mid-November. Attached to the 35 millimeter high dive, it offers youngsters and the young at heart the chance to make a grand entrance with a splash! This latest and greatest attraction also will be available for birthday party packages.
Now You Can Catch the News
Workouts will become more entertaining in November as well, as the screens light up on new televisions for Oak Marr’s fitness room.
Join the volunteer team at your neighborhood RECenter and get the insider’s edge on the latest developments!
Mary Kay Claus
Oak Marr RECenter's
2015 Outstanding Volunteer
of the Year
As the first contact with customers, front desk staff members are the critical first link in customer service. In this capacity, Mary Kay Claus has become the premier facilitator. She makes IT happen when it comes to customer service.
Mary Kay has been volunteering in this role at Oak Marr RECenter since 2005 and has donated over 1,675 hours of her time to ensure that customers feel welcome as soon as they step foot in the facility.
These top-notch customer service skills were put to the test when Oak Marr underwent a year-long construction and renovation project. Mary Kay's experience, knowledge, and "can do" attitude smoothed the transition to the new fitness center and other renovated areas for our customers.
She has also demonstrated her loyalty to the Oak Marr community. When the closing MOD, Man Mohan Gill, retired, it would have been very easy for Mary Kay to retire as well, they had been working "buddies" on Wednesday evenings for a long time. She didn't retire and our staff and customers are thrilled to have her presence and her brownies with us on a regular basis.
Mary Kay's generous dedication and resourceful approach have impressed our patrons and staff, and have made Oak Marr RECenter a more pleasant place to work and to visit. For her extra efforts along with the responsibility, enthusiasm, and management skills she displays, Mary Kay is genuinely deserving of the Oak Marr RECenter Volunteer of the Year Award!
THE BENEFITS OF VOLUNTEERING ...Free RECenter facility use: *Park Services and *Resource Management volunteers who maintain an average of four hours of service per week or three weekly classes per class session as an Adapted Aquatics assistant, can use ANY RECenter's general facilities free of charge.
Free RECenter classes: *Park Service and *Resource Management volunteers who have served a minimum of 32 hours and maintain an average of eight hours of service per week, or volunteer as an Adapted Aquatics assistant for four weekly classes, per class session are eligible to take one free FCPA Parktakes class per session on a space available basis.
Family Discount Pass: All FCPA volunteers are entitled to purchase a 25-visit pass for their family use to any RECenter at a special county employee rate.
Ten Percent Merchandise Discount: *Park Service, *Resource Management and *Golf volunteers who serve four or more hours each month are entitled to a 10% merchandise discount, some exclusions apply.
Fairfax County Credit Union Membership: Any active FCPA volunteer is entitled to free credit union membership.
*Park Services includes; RECenters, Lakefronts, Turner Farm, and Clemyjontri parks. RMD includes; Nature, History, Farm and garden sites. Golf includes; all FCPA Golf sites.