The Elmhurst Park District Park Board of Commissioners recognized Commissioner Anthony Pelosi for his years of service at the Monday, April 24 Park Board meeting. Anthony, who is stepping down after serving the Board for the past six consecutive years, was presented with a resolution to formally honor his service to the Elmhurst community.
“I came on this Board because my kids and family enjoy the parks and enjoy the programs,” said Pelosi. “I wanted to give back to the community.”
Elected in 2011, Pelosi represented the Board on the People for Elmhurst Parks Foundation, and served on the finance and Sugar Creek Golf Course committees. He was involved in the planning, creation and implementation of the 2013-2017 District Strategic Plan and community needs assessment. During his tenure of service, the District accomplished great things such as the restoration of the Wilder Park Conservatory and construction of The Playground for Everyone at Butterfield Park.
The Elmhurst Park District appreciates the service of Commissioner Pelosi, and wishes him well in his future endeavors.