2019 was a packed year for the Sheridan Recreation District. Reflecting on the last year and some of our accomplishments gives me a great sense of pride; however I know there is a lot of work left to do. As we look into 2020 the Sheridan Recreation District is setting realistic goals with the aim of providing quality recreation services for our community. Improvements to John Oatt’s Memorial Fields and Redle Field in Thorne-Rider Park are on our agenda. We want to preserve the historic feel of the facilities, but move towards modernizing and creating a safer place to play. We will also continue our support of the Doubleday Sports Complex project, as that complex will take recreation to another level in Sheridan. Another area we would like to improve is our role as a community hub for not only organized programs and facility use, but also as a community resource for information on activities and events in Sheridan. As we complete the process of establishing a support organization 501 c 3 for the Sheridan Recreation District we are excited to see the potential it has for contributing to projects and programs. One of our strategic objectives has been to increase partnerships in our community. We are pleased to be able to work with the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area, Legion Baseball, Sheridan Community Land Trust, YMCA, Sheridan County School District #2, and more. Without the use of SCSD#2 facilities we would not be able to offer the indoor programs we do. We appreciate use of the gyms and are thankful to everyone at the school district who make it happen. Local businesses or organizations interested in becoming a corporate sponsor are encouraged to contact me. Beyond contributing to our ability to provide up to date equipment and facilities, you also receive a great marketing deal depending on which level you are interested in. Incentives such as banners at the ball fields and youth teams named after your organizations are options available. Recognition in our program guide, website, and social media is also available. January 4th will be the 4th annual Resolution Run 5k in Thorne-Rider Park. This event is a great way to start off your active New Year. The start and finish will be outside the Sheridan Recreation District office, pre register on our website, or the day of starting at 8:30am. The race will start at 9:00am. The Sheridan Recreation District is excited for the New Year and all the upcoming programs and events. If there are any programs you would like to see that aren’t currently offered please don’t hesitate to contact me or stop by the office. On behalf of the staff and board of directors at the Sheridan Recreation District, Happy New Year! Seth Ulvestad Executive Director seth.ulvestad@sheridanrecreation.com Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “Parks and Recreation Build Communities”
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Winter Director’s Message

2019 was a packed year for the Sheridan Recreation District. Reflecting on the last year and some of our accomplishments gives me a great sense of pride; however I know there is a lot of work left to do. As we look into 2020 the Sheridan Recreation District is setting realistic goals with the aim of providing quality recreation services for our community. Improvements to John Oatt’s Memorial Fields and Redle Field in Thorne-Rider Park are on our agenda. We want to preserve the historic feel of the facilities, but move towards modernizing and creating a safer place to play. We will also continue our support of the Doubleday Sports Complex project, as that complex will take recreation to another level in Sheridan. Another area we would like to improve is our role as a community hub for not only organized programs and facility use, but also as a community resource for information on activities and events in Sheridan. As we complete the process of establishing a support organization 501 c 3 for the Sheridan Recreation District we are excited to see the potential it has for contributing to projects and programs. One of our strategic objectives has been to increase partnerships in our community. We are pleased to be able to work with the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area, Legion Baseball, Sheridan Community Land Trust, YMCA, Sheridan County School District #2, and more. Without the use of SCSD#2 facilities we would not be able to offer the indoor programs we do. We appreciate use of the gyms and are thankful to everyone at the school district who make it happen. Local businesses or organizations interested in becoming a corporate sponsor are encouraged to contact me. Beyond contributing to our ability to provide up to date equipment and facilities, you also receive a great marketing deal depending on which level you are interested in. Incentives such as banners at the ball fields and youth teams named after your organizations are options available. Recognition in our program guide, website, and social media is also available. January 4th will be the 4th annual Resolution Run 5k in Thorne-Rider Park. This event is a great way to start off your active New Year. The start and finish will be outside the Sheridan Recreation District office, pre register on our website, or the day of starting at 8:30am. The race will start at 9:00am. The Sheridan Recreation District is excited for the New Year and all the upcoming programs and events. If there are any programs you would like to see that aren’t currently offered please don’t hesitate to contact me or stop by the office. On behalf of the staff and board of directors at the Sheridan Recreation District, Happy New Year! Seth Ulvestad Executive Director seth.ulvestad@sheridanrecreation.com Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “Parks and Recreation Build Communities”

Winter Director’s Message

© Sheridan Recreation District, All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421
2019 was a packed year for the Sheridan Recreation District. Reflecting on the last year and some of our accomplishments gives me a great sense of pride; however I know there is a lot of work left to do. As we look into 2020 the Sheridan Recreation District is setting realistic goals with the aim of providing quality recreation services for our community. Improvements to John Oatt’s Memorial Fields and Redle Field in Thorne-Rider Park are on our agenda. We want to preserve the historic feel of the facilities, but move towards modernizing and creating a safer place to play. We will also continue our support of the Doubleday Sports Complex project, as that complex will take recreation to another level in Sheridan. Another area we would like to improve is our role as a community hub for not only organized programs and facility use, but also as a community resource for information on activities and events in Sheridan. As we complete the process of establishing a support organization 501 c 3 for the Sheridan Recreation District we are excited to see the potential it has for contributing to projects and programs. One of our strategic objectives has been to increase partnerships in our community. We are pleased to be able to work with the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area, Legion Baseball, Sheridan Community Land Trust, YMCA, Sheridan County School District #2, and more. Without the use of SCSD#2 facilities we would not be able to offer the indoor programs we do. We appreciate use of the gyms and are thankful to everyone at the school district who make it happen. Local businesses or organizations interested in becoming a corporate sponsor are encouraged to contact me. Beyond contributing to our ability to provide up to date equipment and facilities, you also receive a great marketing deal depending on which level you are interested in. Incentives such as banners at the ball fields and youth teams named after your organizations are options available. Recognition in our program guide, website, and social media is also available. January 4th will be the 4th annual Resolution Run 5k in Thorne-Rider Park. This event is a great way to start off your active New Year. The start and finish will be outside the Sheridan Recreation District office, pre register on our website, or the day of starting at 8:30am. The race will start at 9:00am. The Sheridan Recreation District is excited for the New Year and all the upcoming programs and events. If there are any programs you would like to see that aren’t currently offered please don’t hesitate to contact me or stop by the office. On behalf of the staff and board of directors at the Sheridan Recreation District, Happy New Year! Seth Ulvestad Executive Director seth.ulvestad@sheridanrecreation.co m Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “Parks and Recreation Build Communities”

Winter Director’s Message

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