Sheridan, Wyoming, has much to be proud of as we enter 2019. Over the past year the town has seen growth and successful athletic seasons. The Sheridan Recreation District has had its fair share of change over the last year as well. We have grown through personnel changes and additions to our board of directors. Art Baures, DJ Dearcorn, and Diana Riesen have joined our board directors, and JD Williams was just recently hired as a Recreation Program Supervisor. As our department looks to the future, we are excited to see developments with the Doubleday Sports Complex. There is so much potential with that complex north of town, the Sheridan Recreation District is very excited to be a part of that project. We are excited to add Babe Ruth baseball back to our program offerings. With the help of folks who have made that program successful in the past here in Sheridan, we hope to expand the number of teams in our local league. As we make our to-do list for the upcoming year, working on our outdoor complexes is a top priority for us. We plan to work on our infields at our softball and baseball fields and make sure the facilities at those parks are top notch. In order to ensure those things get done, we will need time and resources. Anyone interested in volunteering their time to work with our staff on the fields, or anyone interested in making a monetary donation to go towards field improvements, please contact me. Those of you interested in getting some work done with baseball or softball practices, space is available to the public in the Sheridan Indoor Baseball Facility in Thorne-Rider Park. To reserve space, go to www.yourcourts.com or contact SRD staff with any questions. My experience in Sheridan over the last several years has shown me that the good snow comes late in the season. Once that good snow lands we hope to see folks utilizing the hills between Dan Madia Field and Thorne-Rider Park for sledding. I also enjoy seeing fresh Nordic ski tracks around Redle Field and up at North Park. We are also seeking sponsors for 2019. Sponsorship money goes towards athletic equipment, uniforms, and facilities. Those folks willing to sponsor will be recognized depending on the amount with youth athletic teams named after the sponsor, banners at our complexes, and recognition in our program guide and website. Our sponsors mean a lot to us and allow us to offer quality community programming. Please contact me for more information about how you can become a SRD sponsor. If you see any of our new board members or staff around town please stop them and introduce yourself. We are always looking for feedback on new programs we can offer, or overall what we can do to be a better department. Thank you to all the folks that participate in our programs, we appreciate all of our patrons. From all the SRD staff and board members, Happy New Year! Thank you! Seth Ulvestad Executive Director Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “It Starts in Parks”

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Sheridan, Wyoming, has much to be proud of as we enter 2019. Over the past year the town has seen growth and successful athletic seasons. The Sheridan Recreation District has had its fair share of change over the last year as well. We have grown through personnel changes and additions to our board of directors. Art Baures, DJ Dearcorn, and Diana Riesen have joined our board directors, and JD Williams was just recently hired as a Recreation Program Supervisor. As our department looks to the future, we are excited to see developments with the Doubleday Sports Complex. There is so much potential with that complex north of town, the Sheridan Recreation District is very excited to be a part of that project. We are excited to add Babe Ruth baseball back to our program offerings. With the help of folks who have made that program successful in the past here in Sheridan, we hope to expand the number of teams in our local league. As we make our to-do list for the upcoming year, working on our outdoor complexes is a top priority for us. We plan to work on our infields at our softball and baseball fields and make sure the facilities at those parks are top notch. In order to ensure those things get done, we will need time and resources. Anyone interested in volunteering their time to work with our staff on the fields, or anyone interested in making a monetary donation to go towards field improvements, please contact me. Those of you interested in getting some work done with baseball or softball practices, space is available to the public in the Sheridan Indoor Baseball Facility in Thorne-Rider Park. To reserve space, go to www.yourcourts.com or contact SRD staff with any questions. My experience in Sheridan over the last several years has shown me that the good snow comes late in the season. Once that good snow lands we hope to see folks utilizing the hills between Dan Madia Field and Thorne-Rider Park for sledding. I also enjoy seeing fresh Nordic ski tracks around Redle Field and up at North Park. We are also seeking sponsors for 2019. Sponsorship money goes towards athletic equipment, uniforms, and facilities. Those folks willing to sponsor will be recognized depending on the amount with youth athletic teams named after the sponsor, banners at our complexes, and recognition in our program guide and website. Our sponsors mean a lot to us and allow us to offer quality community programming. Please contact me for more information about how you can become a SRD sponsor. If you see any of our new board members or staff around town please stop them and introduce yourself. We are always looking for feedback on new programs we can offer, or overall what we can do to be a better department. Thank you to all the folks that participate in our programs, we appreciate all of our patrons. From all the SRD staff and board members, Happy New Year! Thank you! Seth Ulvestad Executive Director Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “It Starts in Parks”

Winter Message

© Sheridan Recreation District, All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421
Sheridan, Wyoming, has much to be proud of as we enter 2019. Over the past year the town has seen growth and successful athletic seasons. The Sheridan Recreation District has had its fair share of change over the last year as well. We have grown through personnel changes and additions to our board of directors. Art Baures, DJ Dearcorn, and Diana Riesen have joined our board directors, and JD Williams was just recently hired as a Recreation Program Supervisor. As our department looks to the future, we are excited to see developments with the Doubleday Sports Complex. There is so much potential with that complex north of town, the Sheridan Recreation District is very excited to be a part of that project. We are excited to add Babe Ruth baseball back to our program offerings. With the help of folks who have made that program successful in the past here in Sheridan, we hope to expand the number of teams in our local league. As we make our to-do list for the upcoming year, working on our outdoor complexes is a top priority for us. We plan to work on our infields at our softball and baseball fields and make sure the facilities at those parks are top notch. In order to ensure those things get done, we will need time and resources. Anyone interested in volunteering their time to work with our staff on the fields, or anyone interested in making a monetary donation to go towards field improvements, please contact me. Those of you interested in getting some work done with baseball or softball practices, space is available to the public in the Sheridan Indoor Baseball Facility in Thorne-Rider Park. To reserve space, go to www.yourcourts.com or contact SRD staff with any questions. My experience in Sheridan over the last several years has shown me that the good snow comes late in the season. Once that good snow lands we hope to see folks utilizing the hills between Dan Madia Field and Thorne- Rider Park for sledding. I also enjoy seeing fresh Nordic ski tracks around Redle Field and up at North Park. We are also seeking sponsors for 2019. Sponsorship money goes towards athletic equipment, uniforms, and facilities. Those folks willing to sponsor will be recognized depending on the amount with youth athletic teams named after the sponsor, banners at our complexes, and recognition in our program guide and website. Our sponsors mean a lot to us and allow us to offer quality community programming. Please contact me for more information about how you can become a SRD sponsor. If you see any of our new board members or staff around town please stop them and introduce yourself. We are always looking for feedback on new programs we can offer, or overall what we can do to be a better department. Thank you to all the folks that participate in our programs, we appreciate all of our patrons. From all the SRD staff and board members, Happy New Year! Thank you! Seth Ulvestad Executive Director Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “It Starts in Parks”

Winter Message

© Sheridan Recreation District, All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421
Sheridan, Wyoming, has much to be proud of as we enter 2019. Over the past year the town has seen growth and successful athletic seasons. The Sheridan Recreation District has had its fair share of change over the last year as well. We have grown through personnel changes and additions to our board of directors. Art Baures, DJ Dearcorn, and Diana Riesen have joined our board directors, and JD Williams was just recently hired as a Recreation Program Supervisor. As our department looks to the future, we are excited to see developments with the Doubleday Sports Complex. There is so much potential with that complex north of town, the Sheridan Recreation District is very excited to be a part of that project. We are excited to add Babe Ruth baseball back to our program offerings. With the help of folks who have made that program successful in the past here in Sheridan, we hope to expand the number of teams in our local league. As we make our to-do list for the upcoming year, working on our outdoor complexes is a top priority for us. We plan to work on our infields at our softball and baseball fields and make sure the facilities at those parks are top notch. In order to ensure those things get done, we will need time and resources. Anyone interested in volunteering their time to work with our staff on the fields, or anyone interested in making a monetary donation to go towards field improvements, please contact me. Those of you interested in getting some work done with baseball or softball practices, space is available to the public in the Sheridan Indoor Baseball Facility in Thorne-Rider Park. To reserve space, go to www.yourcourts.com or contact SRD staff with any questions. My experience in Sheridan over the last several years has shown me that the good snow comes late in the season. Once that good snow lands we hope to see folks utilizing the hills between Dan Madia Field and Thorne-Rider Park for sledding. I also enjoy seeing fresh Nordic ski tracks around Redle Field and up at North Park. We are also seeking sponsors for 2019. Sponsorship money goes towards athletic equipment, uniforms, and facilities. Those folks willing to sponsor will be recognized depending on the amount with youth athletic teams named after the sponsor, banners at our complexes, and recognition in our program guide and website. Our sponsors mean a lot to us and allow us to offer quality community programming. Please contact me for more information about how you can become a SRD sponsor. If you see any of our new board members or staff around town please stop them and introduce yourself. We are always looking for feedback on new programs we can offer, or overall what we can do to be a better department. Thank you to all the folks that participate in our programs, we appreciate all of our patrons. From all the SRD staff and board members, Happy New Year! Thank you! Seth Ulvestad Executive Director Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “It Starts in Parks”

Winter Message

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