The Sheridan Recreation District had a busy and successful summer. We developed new programs, sold a ton of ice cream, and had another beautiful summer at Kendrick Pool. A few highlights from the summer season were the Outdoor Adventure Camps which consisted of two, three day sessions where campers learned how to rock climb, participated in outdoor science activities, and learned about their surroundings in the Bighorn Mountains. We are also very proud of the first season of youth fast pitch softball, all the players have been fantastic and should be proud of the sportsmanship shown over the season. We are excited to see the program develop in the future. With August came preparations for the Little Guy Football season. Because the number of participants and the amount of equipment and gear involved it can be quite the task to get the program up and running. JD Williams, a Recreation Program Supervisor with the department, and Field Supervisor Steve Marosok have done a great job coordinating all the logistics for the program. We are also very fortunate to receive the support we do from the Stadium Foundation. If you are a parent, coach, or fan at Little Guy Football games please remember to show respect to the players, officials, and other spectators. It is just as, if not more, important to teach these players just as much about sportsmanship as we do about the game itself. As you review fall programs be sure to mark your calendars for upcoming registration for youth basketball, men’s league basketball, and women’s league volleyball. We appreciate all the businesses that sponsor our youth and adult leagues! We couldn’t make games happen with them! Those coaches looking to reserve Sheridan County School District #2 gym space for practice make sure to get your facility request forms in early! As we look ahead, the Sheridan Recreation District will continue to seek out partnerships with other like minded entities in town. We are proud to work with organizations such as the YMCA, Sheridan Community Land Trust, Bighorn Mountain Guides, and the Hub on Smith. Folks out there with ideas on partnerships please don’t hesitate to contact me. Fall is my favorite season. I enjoy fall sports, the changing of the leaves, and Halloween and Thanksgiving. The fact that it’s cross country season doesn’t hurt either. No matter if you are catching a Bronc game at SHS, taking a stroll along the pathways, or counting down the days for a pumpkin spice latte, I hope you enjoy the fall season! Seth Ulvestad Executive Director seth.ulvestad@sheridanrecreation.com Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “Parks and Recreation Build Communities”

Fall Message

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The Sheridan Recreation District had a busy and successful summer. We developed new programs, sold a ton of ice cream, and had another beautiful summer at Kendrick Pool. A few highlights from the summer season were the Outdoor Adventure Camps which consisted of two, three day sessions where campers learned how to rock climb, participated in outdoor science activities, and learned about their surroundings in the Bighorn Mountains. We are also very proud of the first season of youth fast pitch softball, all the players have been fantastic and should be proud of the sportsmanship shown over the season. We are excited to see the program develop in the future. With August came preparations for the Little Guy Football season. Because the number of participants and the amount of equipment and gear involved it can be quite the task to get the program up and running. JD Williams, a Recreation Program Supervisor with the department, and Field Supervisor Steve Marosok have done a great job coordinating all the logistics for the program. We are also very fortunate to receive the support we do from the Stadium Foundation. If you are a parent, coach, or fan at Little Guy Football games please remember to show respect to the players, officials, and other spectators. It is just as, if not more, important to teach these players just as much about sportsmanship as we do about the game itself. As you review fall programs be sure to mark your calendars for upcoming registration for youth basketball, men’s league basketball, and women’s league volleyball. We appreciate all the businesses that sponsor our youth and adult leagues! We couldn’t make games happen with them! Those coaches looking to reserve Sheridan County School District #2 gym space for practice make sure to get your facility request forms in early! As we look ahead, the Sheridan Recreation District will continue to seek out partnerships with other like minded entities in town. We are proud to work with organizations such as the YMCA, Sheridan Community Land Trust, Bighorn Mountain Guides, and the Hub on Smith. Folks out there with ideas on partnerships please don’t hesitate to contact me. Fall is my favorite season. I enjoy fall sports, the changing of the leaves, and Halloween and Thanksgiving. The fact that it’s cross country season doesn’t hurt either. No matter if you are catching a Bronc game at SHS, taking a stroll along the pathways, or counting down the days for a pumpkin spice latte, I hope you enjoy the fall season! Seth Ulvestad Executive Director seth.ulvestad@sheridanrecreation.com Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “Parks and Recreation Build Communities”

Fall Message

© Sheridan Recreation District, All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421
The Sheridan Recreation District had a busy and successful summer. We developed new programs, sold a ton of ice cream, and had another beautiful summer at Kendrick Pool. A few highlights from the summer season were the Outdoor Adventure Camps which consisted of two, three day sessions where campers learned how to rock climb, participated in outdoor science activities, and learned about their surroundings in the Bighorn Mountains. We are also very proud of the first season of youth fast pitch softball, all the players have been fantastic and should be proud of the sportsmanship shown over the season. We are excited to see the program develop in the future. With August came preparations for the Little Guy Football season. Because the number of participants and the amount of equipment and gear involved it can be quite the task to get the program up and running. JD Williams, a Recreation Program Supervisor with the department, and Field Supervisor Steve Marosok have done a great job coordinating all the logistics for the program. We are also very fortunate to receive the support we do from the Stadium Foundation. If you are a parent, coach, or fan at Little Guy Football games please remember to show respect to the players, officials, and other spectators. It is just as, if not more, important to teach these players just as much about sportsmanship as we do about the game itself. As you review fall programs be sure to mark your calendars for upcoming registration for youth basketball, men’s league basketball, and women’s league volleyball. We appreciate all the businesses that sponsor our youth and adult leagues! We couldn’t make games happen with them! Those coaches looking to reserve Sheridan County School District #2 gym space for practice make sure to get your facility request forms in early! As we look ahead, the Sheridan Recreation District will continue to seek out partnerships with other like minded entities in town. We are proud to work with organizations such as the YMCA, Sheridan Community Land Trust, Bighorn Mountain Guides, and the Hub on Smith. Folks out there with ideas on partnerships please don’t hesitate to contact me. Fall is my favorite season. I enjoy fall sports, the changing of the leaves, and Halloween and Thanksgiving. The fact that it’s cross country season doesn’t hurt either. No matter if you are catching a Bronc game at SHS, taking a stroll along the pathways, or counting down the days for a pumpkin spice latte, I hope you enjoy the fall season! Seth Ulvestad Executive Director seth.ulvestad@sheridanrecreation.com Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “Parks and Recreation Build Communities”

Fall Message

© Sheridan Recreation District, All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421
The Sheridan Recreation District had a busy and successful summer. We developed new programs, sold a ton of ice cream, and had another beautiful summer at Kendrick Pool. A few highlights from the summer season were the Outdoor Adventure Camps which consisted of two, three day sessions where campers learned how to rock climb, participated in outdoor science activities, and learned about their surroundings in the Bighorn Mountains. We are also very proud of the first season of youth fast pitch softball, all the players have been fantastic and should be proud of the sportsmanship shown over the season. We are excited to see the program develop in the future. With August came preparations for the Little Guy Football season. Because the number of participants and the amount of equipment and gear involved it can be quite the task to get the program up and running. JD Williams, a Recreation Program Supervisor with the department, and Field Supervisor Steve Marosok have done a great job coordinating all the logistics for the program. We are also very fortunate to receive the support we do from the Stadium Foundation. If you are a parent, coach, or fan at Little Guy Football games please remember to show respect to the players, officials, and other spectators. It is just as, if not more, important to teach these players just as much about sportsmanship as we do about the game itself. As you review fall programs be sure to mark your calendars for upcoming registration for youth basketball, men’s league basketball, and women’s league volleyball. We appreciate all the businesses that sponsor our youth and adult leagues! We couldn’t make games happen with them! Those coaches looking to reserve Sheridan County School District #2 gym space for practice make sure to get your facility request forms in early! As we look ahead, the Sheridan Recreation District will continue to seek out partnerships with other like minded entities in town. We are proud to work with organizations such as the YMCA, Sheridan Community Land Trust, Bighorn Mountain Guides, and the Hub on Smith. Folks out there with ideas on partnerships please don’t hesitate to contact me. Fall is my favorite season. I enjoy fall sports, the changing of the leaves, and Halloween and Thanksgiving. The fact that it’s cross country season doesn’t hurt either. No matter if you are catching a Bronc game at SHS, taking a stroll along the pathways, or counting down the days for a pumpkin spice latte, I hope you enjoy the fall season! Seth Ulvestad Executive Director seth.ulvestad@sheridanrecreation.co m Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “Parks and Recreation Build Communities”

Fall Message

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