The Sheridan Recreation District had a fantastic summer of programming and is looking forward to transitioning into our fall and winter programs. Our new Recreation Program Supervisor Zach Stewart joined us on June 4th and did a fantastic job with adult softball. This fall, Zach will be coordinating adult flag football and a corn hole tournament. As we move towards the winter months Zach will be in charge of adult basketball and volleyball. Little Guy Football will be in full swing this fall with three leagues. Tackle games begin August 28th and flag football starts September 4th. Join us at Dan Madia field to cheer on our local youth football teams! Our youth cheerleaders, 1st-6th graders, will be cheering at the fields as well. Youth cross country for our 2nd-5th graders will be happening in Thorne-Rider Park, come watch their one mile cross country race on September 26th at 5:30pm. In addition to those fall programs, 6th Grade Volleyball will be hitting the courts in Sheridan, Big Horn, and Tongue River. The Sheridan Recreation District has the opportunity to host the Wyoming Recreation and Parks Association Conference September 17th-20th at the Holiday Inn. Delegates from Parks and Recreation Departments around the state will be in attendance, along with product exhibitors from the entire region. This conference offers professional development for recreation and parks professionals. As we approach 2019, the Recreation District will be searching for sponsorship support from community businesses and organizations to continue offering high quality programming. Donations allow for upgraded equipment for youth and adult programs as well as training for youth sports coaches. Folks interested in inquiring about how to donate are encouraged to give us a call at 674-6421 and to checkout all the different programs we offer. Those interested in gym space at Sheridan County School District # 2 facilities will need to stop by our office at 1579 Thorne-Rider Park to fill out a facility request form. We sincerely appreciate all of our patrons who participate in our programs; we will continue to offer high quality recreation opportunities. If you have ideas on new programs for us to offer please don’t hesitate to let us know! Thank you! Seth Ulvestad Interim Executive Director Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “It Starts in Parks”

Interim Director’s Message

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The Sheridan Recreation District had a fantastic summer of programming and is looking forward to transitioning into our fall and winter programs. Our new Recreation Program Supervisor Zach Stewart joined us on June 4th and did a fantastic job with adult softball. This fall, Zach will be coordinating adult flag football and a corn hole tournament. As we move towards the winter months Zach will be in charge of adult basketball and volleyball. Little Guy Football will be in full swing this fall with three leagues. Tackle games begin August 28th and flag football starts September 4th. Join us at Dan Madia field to cheer on our local youth football teams! Our youth cheerleaders, 1st-6th graders, will be cheering at the fields as well. Youth cross country for our 2nd-5th graders will be happening in Thorne-Rider Park, come watch their one mile cross country race on September 26th at 5:30pm. In addition to those fall programs, 6th Grade Volleyball will be hitting the courts in Sheridan, Big Horn, and Tongue River. The Sheridan Recreation District has the opportunity to host the Wyoming Recreation and Parks Association Conference September 17th-20th at the Holiday Inn. Delegates from Parks and Recreation Departments around the state will be in attendance, along with product exhibitors from the entire region. This conference offers professional development for recreation and parks professionals. As we approach 2019, the Recreation District will be searching for sponsorship support from community businesses and organizations to continue offering high quality programming. Donations allow for upgraded equipment for youth and adult programs as well as training for youth sports coaches. Folks interested in inquiring about how to donate are encouraged to give us a call at 674-6421 and to checkout all the different programs we offer. Those interested in gym space at Sheridan County School District # 2 facilities will need to stop by our office at 1579 Thorne-Rider Park to fill out a facility request form. We sincerely appreciate all of our patrons who participate in our programs; we will continue to offer high quality recreation opportunities. If you have ideas on new programs for us to offer please don’t hesitate to let us know! Thank you! Seth Ulvestad Interim Executive Director Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “It Starts in Parks”

Interim Director’s Message

© Sheridan Recreation District, All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421
The Sheridan Recreation District had a fantastic summer of programming and is looking forward to transitioning into our fall and winter programs. Our new Recreation Program Supervisor Zach Stewart joined us on June 4th and did a fantastic job with adult softball. This fall, Zach will be coordinating adult flag football and a corn hole tournament. As we move towards the winter months Zach will be in charge of adult basketball and volleyball. Little Guy Football will be in full swing this fall with three leagues. Tackle games begin August 28th and flag football starts September 4th. Join us at Dan Madia field to cheer on our local youth football teams! Our youth cheerleaders, 1st-6th graders, will be cheering at the fields as well. Youth cross country for our 2nd-5th graders will be happening in Thorne-Rider Park, come watch their one mile cross country race on September 26th at 5:30pm. In addition to those fall programs, 6th Grade Volleyball will be hitting the courts in Sheridan, Big Horn, and Tongue River. The Sheridan Recreation District has the opportunity to host the Wyoming Recreation and Parks Association Conference September 17th-20th at the Holiday Inn. Delegates from Parks and Recreation Departments around the state will be in attendance, along with product exhibitors from the entire region. This conference offers professional development for recreation and parks professionals. As we approach 2019, the Recreation District will be searching for sponsorship support from community businesses and organizations to continue offering high quality programming. Donations allow for upgraded equipment for youth and adult programs as well as training for youth sports coaches. Folks interested in inquiring about how to donate are encouraged to give us a call at 674-6421 and to checkout all the different programs we offer. Those interested in gym space at Sheridan County School District # 2 facilities will need to stop by our office at 1579 Thorne-Rider Park to fill out a facility request form. We sincerely appreciate all of our patrons who participate in our programs; we will continue to offer high quality recreation opportunities. If you have ideas on new programs for us to offer please don’t hesitate to let us know! Thank you! Seth Ulvestad Interim Executive Director Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “It Starts in Parks”

Interim Director’s Message

© Sheridan Recreation District, All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421
The Sheridan Recreation District had a fantastic summer of programming and is looking forward to transitioning into our fall and winter programs. Our new Recreation Program Supervisor Zach Stewart joined us on June 4th and did a fantastic job with adult softball. This fall, Zach will be coordinating adult flag football and a corn hole tournament. As we move towards the winter months Zach will be in charge of adult basketball and volleyball. Little Guy Football will be in full swing this fall with three leagues. Tackle games begin August 28th and flag football starts September 4th. Join us at Dan Madia field to cheer on our local youth football teams! Our youth cheerleaders, 1st-6th graders, will be cheering at the fields as well. Youth cross country for our 2nd-5th graders will be happening in Thorne-Rider Park, come watch their one mile cross country race on September 26th at 5:30pm. In addition to those fall programs, 6th Grade Volleyball will be hitting the courts in Sheridan, Big Horn, and Tongue River. The Sheridan Recreation District has the opportunity to host the Wyoming Recreation and Parks Association Conference September 17th-20th at the Holiday Inn. Delegates from Parks and Recreation Departments around the state will be in attendance, along with product exhibitors from the entire region. This conference offers professional development for recreation and parks professionals. As we approach 2019, the Recreation District will be searching for sponsorship support from community businesses and organizations to continue offering high quality programming. Donations allow for upgraded equipment for youth and adult programs as well as training for youth sports coaches. Folks interested in inquiring about how to donate are encouraged to give us a call at 674-6421 and to checkout all the different programs we offer. Those interested in gym space at Sheridan County School District # 2 facilities will need to stop by our office at 1579 Thorne-Rider Park to fill out a facility request form. We sincerely appreciate all of our patrons who participate in our programs; we will continue to offer high quality recreation opportunities. If you have ideas on new programs for us to offer please don’t hesitate to let us know! Thank you! Seth Ulvestad Interim Executive Director Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “It Starts in Parks”

Interim Director’s Message

© Sheridan Recreation District All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421