Director’s Message

Fall is almost upon us and it is always an exciting time of year as school is starting, sports have kicked off for the year, and the weather starts to get a little crisper. I love Sheridan summers, but I am ready for a change of season, and I think this fall is going to be a great one. The Sheridan Recreation District will be introducing a new position in our department this year. This Recreation Program Supervisor will be responsible for expanding outdoor education offerings for youth and adults, in addition to assisting with Kendrick Park Pool. We look forward to introducing the new hire to the community soon. Utilizing our fundraising support organization, The Sheridan Recreation Fund, we are pursuing a new play structure at Bondi Park above Dan Madia Field. This new play structure will be an inclusive model designed for a wide range of users, specifically those with mobility issues. This fall we are proud to offer several program opportunities for youth and adults. Little Guy Football, cheerleading, 6th grade volleyball and cross country kicked off at the end of August. Fall men’s league softball we get rolling in September. Additionally, the annual Cornhole Shootout in partnership with Black Tooth Brewing will take place again this year. As we look ahead to the winter months and moving activities indoors mark your calendars for basketball and volleyball registration. Also, with our partnership with Sheridan County School District #2 we schedule their facilities for after hours use. If you are anticipating requesting space for travel program practices or other activities, be sure to submit your facility request form to Zach Stewart soon. Another special event coming your way is the 8th Annual Morning Mayhem Halloween Run 5k and 1-mile kids run and walk. This event will take place on October 29th at 9:00 am in Thorne-Rider Park. On behalf of the Sheridan Recreation District staff and board of directors thank you for participating in our programs and supporting our mission. Please reach out with any questions or program ideas you might have! Seth Ulvestad Executive Director seth.ulvestad@sheridanrecreation.com Sheridan Recreation District (307) 674-6421 “Parks And Recreation Build Communities”
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Fall is almost upon us and it is always an exciting time of year as school is starting, sports have kicked off for the year, and the weather starts to get a little crisper. I love Sheridan summers, but I am ready for a change of season, and I think this fall is going to be a great one. The Sheridan Recreation District will be introducing a new position in our department this year. This Recreation Program Supervisor will be responsible for expanding outdoor education offerings for youth and adults, in addition to assisting with Kendrick Park Pool. We look forward to introducing the new hire to the community soon. Utilizing our fundraising support organization, The Sheridan Recreation Fund, we are pursuing a new play structure at Bondi Park above Dan Madia Field. This new play structure will be an inclusive model designed for a wide range of users, specifically those with mobility issues. This fall we are proud to offer several program opportunities for youth and adults. Little Guy Football, cheerleading, 6th grade volleyball and cross country kicked off at the end of August. Fall men’s league softball we get rolling in September. Additionally, the annual Cornhole Shootout in partnership with Black Tooth Brewing will take place again this year. As we look ahead to the winter months and moving activities indoors mark your calendars for basketball and volleyball registration. Also, with our partnership with Sheridan County School District #2 we schedule their facilities for after hours use. If you are anticipating requesting space for travel program practices or other activities, be sure to submit your facility request form to Zach Stewart soon. Another special event coming your way is the 8th Annual Morning Mayhem Halloween Run 5k and 1-mile kids run and walk. This event will take place on October 29th at 9:00 am in Thorne-Rider Park. On behalf of the Sheridan Recreation District staff and board of directors thank you for participating in our programs and supporting our mission. Please reach out with any questions or program ideas you might have! 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
Fall is almost upon us and it is always an exciting time of year as school is starting, sports have kicked off for the year, and the weather starts to get a little crisper. I love Sheridan summers, but I am ready for a change of season, and I think this fall is going to be a great one. The Sheridan Recreation District will be introducing a new position in our department this year. This Recreation Program Supervisor will be responsible for expanding outdoor education offerings for youth and adults, in addition to assisting with Kendrick Park Pool. We look forward to introducing the new hire to the community soon. Utilizing our fundraising support organization, The Sheridan Recreation Fund, we are pursuing a new play structure at Bondi Park above Dan Madia Field. This new play structure will be an inclusive model designed for a wide range of users, specifically those with mobility issues. This fall we are proud to offer several program opportunities for youth and adults. Little Guy Football, cheerleading, 6th grade volleyball and cross country kicked off at the end of August. Fall men’s league softball we get rolling in September. Additionally, the annual Cornhole Shootout in partnership with Black Tooth Brewing will take place again this year. As we look ahead to the winter months and moving activities indoors mark your calendars for basketball and volleyball registration. Also, with our partnership with Sheridan County School District #2 we schedule their facilities for after hours use. If you are anticipating requesting space for travel program practices or other activities, be sure to submit your facility request form to Zach Stewart soon. Another special event coming your way is the 8th Annual Morning Mayhem Halloween Run 5k and 1- mile kids run and walk. This event will take place on October 29th at 9:00 am in Thorne-Rider Park. On behalf of the Sheridan Recreation District staff and board of directors thank you for participating in our programs and supporting our mission. Please reach out with any questions or program ideas you might have! 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