Director’s Message

As the summer season comes to an end I feel grateful to have been able to get back into a normal routine offering programs and events. Compared to the summer of 2020 when variances had to be submitted and approved and the availability of hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes was a true concern, the summer of 2021 has been much more enjoyable. The Sheridan Recreation District is so appreciative to the Sheridan community for making that happen. As we transition into the fall season we look forward to the change of programs and events. This fall, the Sheridan Recreation District will be offering a variety of youth programs. A staple of youth sports in Sheridan, Little Guy Football players will be hitting the grid iron at Dan Madia Field. Offered to 1st through 6th graders the LGF programs introduce players from Sheridan County and Buffalo to the game of football. This program would not be possible without dedicated officials, anyone interested in giving back to the sport through officiating should contact recreation supervisor JD Williams. In addition to football, there are a few other youth programs going on this fall. Cheerleading, cross country running, and 6th grade volleyball will also be starting up in August. We try to offer a variety of programs in an effort to keep youth in our community healthy and active. We will be offering our second fall season of men’s softball, after the strong turnout last year we are excited for what this season brings. A fall co-ed softball league has been added to the adult program offerings this year. Anyone interested in registering a team or getting more information should contact recreation supervisor Zach Stewart. For those basketball and volleyball enthusiasts out there check out our league offerings on the website. There are a wide range of options for youth and adults to participate in. We are grateful for our partnership with Sheridan County School District #2 and the ability to offer indoor programming at their facilities. For those interested in submitting a facility use request for SCSD#2, make sure to get those turned in to Zach Stewart at the beginning of the school year. The Sheridan Recreation District is excited to introduce the Sheridan Recreation Fund, a nonprofit support organization that will be the fundraising arm of the District. The intention of this fund is to supplement the budget already allotted to the District to make facility upgrades and improve program equipment and overall operations. Keep an eye out this fall for when we begin our first fundraising campaign. Fall is a wonderful season here in Sheridan. There is a buzz around town as school starts and fall sports get underway. We really are fortunate to live in such a active and supportive community. As we get back into the swing of attending athletic events, remember to be supportive of all those involved, treat the officials with respect. If anyone has any suggestions for new programs or any other ideas, feel free to reach out! Thanks for checking out our website, hope to catch you at game! Seth Ulvestad Executive Director seth.ulvestad@sheridanrecreation.com Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “Parks And Recreation Build Communities”
© Sheridan Recreation District, All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421
As the summer season comes to an end I feel grateful to have been able to get back into a normal routine offering programs and events. Compared to the summer of 2020 when variances had to be submitted and approved and the availability of hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes was a true concern, the summer of 2021 has been much more enjoyable. The Sheridan Recreation District is so appreciative to the Sheridan community for making that happen. As we transition into the fall season we look forward to the change of programs and events. This fall, the Sheridan Recreation District will be offering a variety of youth programs. A staple of youth sports in Sheridan, Little Guy Football players will be hitting the grid iron at Dan Madia Field. Offered to 1st through 6th graders the LGF programs introduce players from Sheridan County and Buffalo to the game of football. This program would not be possible without dedicated officials, anyone interested in giving back to the sport through officiating should contact recreation supervisor JD Williams. In addition to football, there are a few other youth programs going on this fall. Cheerleading, cross country running, and 6th grade volleyball will also be starting up in August. We try to offer a variety of programs in an effort to keep youth in our community healthy and active. We will be offering our second fall season of men’s softball, after the strong turnout last year we are excited for what this season brings. A fall co-ed softball league has been added to the adult program offerings this year. Anyone interested in registering a team or getting more information should contact recreation supervisor Zach Stewart. For those basketball and volleyball enthusiasts out there check out our league offerings on the website. There are a wide range of options for youth and adults to participate in. We are grateful for our partnership with Sheridan County School District #2 and the ability to offer indoor programming at their facilities. For those interested in submitting a facility use request for SCSD#2, make sure to get those turned in to Zach Stewart at the beginning of the school year. The Sheridan Recreation District is excited to introduce the Sheridan Recreation Fund, a nonprofit support organization that will be the fundraising arm of the District. The intention of this fund is to supplement the budget already allotted to the District to make facility upgrades and improve program equipment and overall operations. Keep an eye out this fall for when we begin our first fundraising campaign. Fall is a wonderful season here in Sheridan. There is a buzz around town as school starts and fall sports get underway. We really are fortunate to live in such a active and supportive community. As we get back into the swing of attending athletic events, remember to be supportive of all those involved, treat the officials with respect. If anyone has any suggestions for new programs or any other ideas, feel free to reach out! Thanks for checking out our website, hope to catch you at game! Seth Ulvestad Executive Director seth.ulvestad@sheridanrecreation.com Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “Parks And Recreation Build Communities”

Director’s Message

© Sheridan Recreation District, All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421
As the summer season comes to an end I feel grateful to have been able to get back into a normal routine offering programs and events. Compared to the summer of 2020 when variances had to be submitted and approved and the availability of hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes was a true concern, the summer of 2021 has been much more enjoyable. The Sheridan Recreation District is so appreciative to the Sheridan community for making that happen. As we transition into the fall season we look forward to the change of programs and events. This fall, the Sheridan Recreation District will be offering a variety of youth programs. A staple of youth sports in Sheridan, Little Guy Football players will be hitting the grid iron at Dan Madia Field. Offered to 1st through 6th graders the LGF programs introduce players from Sheridan County and Buffalo to the game of football. This program would not be possible without dedicated officials, anyone interested in giving back to the sport through officiating should contact recreation supervisor JD Williams. In addition to football, there are a few other youth programs going on this fall. Cheerleading, cross country running, and 6th grade volleyball will also be starting up in August. We try to offer a variety of programs in an effort to keep youth in our community healthy and active. We will be offering our second fall season of men’s softball, after the strong turnout last year we are excited for what this season brings. A fall co-ed softball league has been added to the adult program offerings this year. Anyone interested in registering a team or getting more information should contact recreation supervisor Zach Stewart. For those basketball and volleyball enthusiasts out there check out our league offerings on the website. There are a wide range of options for youth and adults to participate in. We are grateful for our partnership with Sheridan County School District #2 and the ability to offer indoor programming at their facilities. For those interested in submitting a facility use request for SCSD#2, make sure to get those turned in to Zach Stewart at the beginning of the school year. The Sheridan Recreation District is excited to introduce the Sheridan Recreation Fund, a nonprofit support organization that will be the fundraising arm of the District. The intention of this fund is to supplement the budget already allotted to the District to make facility upgrades and improve program equipment and overall operations. Keep an eye out this fall for when we begin our first fundraising campaign. Fall is a wonderful season here in Sheridan. There is a buzz around town as school starts and fall sports get underway. We really are fortunate to live in such a active and supportive community. As we get back into the swing of attending athletic events, remember to be supportive of all those involved, treat the officials with respect. If anyone has any suggestions for new programs or any other ideas, feel free to reach out! Thanks for checking out our website, hope to catch you at game! Seth Ulvestad Executive Director seth.ulvestad@sheridanrecreation.co m Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “Parks And Recreation Build Communities”

Director’s Message

© SRD All Rights Reserved Phone: 307-674-6421