1 HOT SPRINGS COUNTY RECREATION DISTRICT 2017 SPRING & SUMMER PROGRAM GUIDE Phone - (307) Fax - (307) Mailing Address - P.O. Box 1321, Thermopolis, WY 82443
2 Special Thanks To: Mark Whitt, LUTCF
3 Table of Contents Mission, Staff & Facilities 1 Board Members & Volunteer Thanks 2 Seasonal & Year Long Activities 3 Youth Sports Philosophy 4 Youth Sports Programs 5-6 Adult Sports Programs 7 3 on 3 & Fall/Winter Programs 8 Area Organizations & Quick Facts 9 Please see the Fall/Winter Guide for information on programming from August 2017 to February The Armory is open from 8am-5pm Monday through Friday, except for holidays. -Go to hscrecreation.com to download this guide, check schedules, sign up for programs, and find out what s new at HSC Rec. -We are active on Facebook at Hot Springs County Recreation District. Like us to see updates, pictures, and announcements. -The Armory Building is available to rent for private parties or meetings. A rental application form is available online at hscrecreation.com or in person at the Armory. -The armory is located at 728 N Park Street, easily accessed from Highway 20 on the north side of Thermopolis.
4 1 Mission Statement The mission of Hot Springs County Recreation Department is to provide the safest, highest quality programs to as many as possible. We strive to meet the everchanging recreational demands of the community by offering creative and inventive ways to compete and play, while promoting a culture of respect. Our goal is to improve the quality of life for the residents of Hot Springs County and the surrounding areas through recreation. Recreation Staff Director - Brad Morrison Brad Morrison is in his second year as the Director of the HSC Recreation District. Originally from Lamar, Colorado, Brad holds a Bachelor s degree in Sports Management from Sterling College in Kansas. He lives in Thermopolis with his wife, Staci, and their son, Gideon. Recreation Programmer- JoLynn Collins JoLynn is in her eighth year at HSC Recreation District. Originally from Douglas, Wyoming, JoLynn lives in Thermopolis with her daughter, Jasmine, and son, Nolan. JoLynn is a certified National Youth Sports Administrator. Facilities The Hot Springs County Recreation District office is located in the Hot Springs County National Guard Armory Building at 728 North Park St. The Armory features a volleyball/basketball court that can also be used for racquet sports such as tennis and pickleball. Just West of the Armory is the Ball Field Complex. The complex hosts three baseball/softball fields that host youth football, youth soccer, youth baseball, and adult softball practices and games. A recent addition in the Ball Field Complex is the Park and Playground Area. The Park, with a full playground area and covered picnic shelter, allows families a place to play at any time of the year. To the North of the Ball Field Complex is the Skate Park. The Skate Park was recently repainted and improved by Barb Rice, and is open to the public.
5 2 Board Members Mark Hamilton - Chairman Kim Smith - Vice-Chairman Mark Whitt - Treasurer Marty Weber - Secretary Tobi Johansen - Board Member Clay Van Antwerp - Board Member The Board meets every 3 rd Monday of the month at the Armory. A Message From the Hot Springs County Recreation Board to our Volunteers The Recreation Board would like to thank all of the volunteers that allow the Recreation District to serve the community. A coach can be one of the most important people in a young person s life. We recognize that being a good coach is demanding of your time and energy. Please understand that your impact on the kids that you coach is extremely significant, and that the lessons that those kids learn through sports last a lifetime. You are an invaluable part of this community and the Recreation Department, and your efforts have set in motion a positive cycle in Thermopolis. Sincerely, Hot Springs County Recreation District Board
6 3 Seasonal & Year-Long Stretching & Strengthing Yoga The Recreation District is offering Yoga at the Armory. Pay at the class to the instructor. Any questions or concerns please contact the Recreation Office at Fee: $7 per session Monday -5:30-6:45pm, Tuesday - Noon - 12:45 - Breathing/Easy Movement Class Wednesday - 8:30-9:15am Thursday - 5:30-6:30pm Instructor: Darcy Axtell Marge's Sessions: Monday's & Thursday's - 9am- 10:30am Activities Open Gym Wednesdays and Fridays from 7-9pm, Saturdays from 10am-2pm Subject to change. If you would like to come shoot around during business hours, call ahead to check availability. Walking The Armory Gym is open to walkers Monday-Saturday from 6:30 am - 4pm, as long as there are not other activities in the gym. Cost is $2/month, $10/6 months, or $20/year. It s a great way to stay in shape when it s cold or wet outside. Join with a friend! Hot Springs Dance Hot Springs Dance, brought to the area by instructor Tess Williams, is the fastest growing program in Thermopolis. Hot Springs Dance offers Jazz/Hip-Hop and Ballet classes for all ages. Classes typically run for 3 months and meet once a week, on Tuesday or Thursday Nights. There are Fall and Spring Sessions that culminate in a performance at the Hot Springs County School District Auditorium. Like Hot Springs Dance on Facebook for updates and info. $25/class per month. Costumes not included.
7 Youth Sports Philosophy The Purpose of Sport in Personal Development It s about sports, but it s not all about sports. We will develop as athletes, but also as people. Youth sports are an opportunity to strive, struggle, develop, and have fun. In life, it is rare to have a low-stakes opportunity to overcome adversity, be a part of a team, experience success and defeat, and be accountable for your actions. Sports prepare people to deal with the ups and downs of life. Program Goals/Objectives Sport-specific, fundamentally-based, age-level appropriate goals that are based on vertical collaboration with High School coaches. Roles in Sport EACH PERSON AT AN EVENT CAN ONLY PERFORM ONE ROLE Role of the Player Play the game for fun, learn, put the team first, play respectfully, be accountable for your own actions. Role of the Coach Coach for the love of the game and of your athletes, put the welfare of the athletes before winning, teach the game to the best of your abilities, be a rolemodel, work to improve as a coach, reward the effort not the outcome, keep the game simple and fun. Role of the Parent Encourage, attempt to relieve competitive pressure not increase it, release your child to the coach and the team, look at opponents as friends involved in the same experience, accept the result of each game do not make excuses, accept the judgment of coaches and officials, demonstrate winning and losing with dignity. Role of the Official Do his/her best job to call the game fairly and to the best of his/her ability. Coach-Parent and Coach-Official Interactions Please do not talk to coaches immediately after a game, or discuss an issue in front of the players. Call the coach to set up a meeting time to discuss your player outside of games or practices. Remember that you and the coach have the same goals, but different roles. Appropriate Topics to discuss with a Coach Mental and Physical treatment of your child, Ways to help your child improve, Concerns about your child s behavior, your child s injury. Inappropriate Topics to discuss with a Coach Playing time, Team Strategy or Play Calling, Other members of the team. Please do not criticize officials. Please understand that they are doing the best that they can in situations that call for quick judgments. Criticizing the officials is not beneficial to players, and builds bad habits. 4
8 5 Youth Sports Programs Ready, Set, Run! Instructor: Shannon Hill Registration Dates: March 1-March 21 Time: Tuesday s & Thursdays 5:15 pm Location: Hot Springs County High School Fee: $30.00 Ages: Boys & Girls 8 13 years old Ready, Set, Run! Is a character-building running program that trains kids ages 8-13 to participate in a 4K run. This curriculum-based program equips kids with the physical training and goal-setting mentality needed to accomplish their running goals. Aquafina Pitch, Hit & Run Date: Tuesday, May 2 Time: 6:30 PM (Registration will start at 6:00 p.m.) Age: 7 14 Years old Boys (baseball) and girls (softball) will compete separately in their respective age group: 7-8 years old, 9-10 years old, years old, and years old Location: Whitt Field (fairgrounds) This national skills participation program provides boys and girls, ages 7-14, the opportunity to showcase their pitching, hitting and running abilities. The All- Around Champion and first place winners in each age group will advance to the State Competition in Riverton on May 17, All-Around Champions at the state level have the opportunity to advance to the Team Championship at Coors Field in Denver CO that will take place in June. All-Around Champions have the opportunity to advance to the National Finals at the Major League Baseball All-Star game. All participants are required to bring a COPY of their birth certificate. U.S.A.T&F. Run, Jump, Throw! Date: TBA Time: TBA Age: Boys and girls, ages 9-14 (as of December ) Location: HSCHS track FEE: FREE Youth Baseball Season Dates: Late May Mid July Mandatory Parent Meeting: Monday, May 9 at 5:30 p.m. at the Armory Building Ages: 6 12 Registration: April 18 May 6 Location: Ball field Complex (Fairgrounds) Teams are offered in Coach Pitch, Minors, and Majors. Majors team does travel out of town for part of their game schedule. Players may play up a level but cannot play down a level. Attendance at the Mandatory Parent Meeting is required before players will be placed on a team. Fees: Coach Pitch (6-7 years old): $15.00 Minors (8-9 years old): $18.00 (Pitching Machine) Majors (10-12 years old): $24.00 Start Smart Soccer Instructor: Brad Morrison Season Dates: April 13 May 11 (Thursday s) Time: 6:00 7:00 pm Ages: 3 5 years old Registration: February 13 April 13 Location: Ball field Complex (Fairgrounds) Fee: $10.00 The Start Smart Baseball program teaches children the basic motor skills necessary to play organized Baseball while working one-on-one and spending quality time with their parents. Start Smart Baseball Season Dates: May 15 June 12 (Mondays except Memorial Day) Time: 6:00 7:00 pm Ages: 3-5 years old Registration: February 13 May 15 Location: Ball field Complex (Fairgrounds) Fee: $10.00 The Start Smart Baseball program teaches children the basic motor skills necessary to play organized Baseball while working one-on-one and spending quality time with their parents.
9 6 Youth Sports Programs Running with the Buffalo/Ready, Set Run! Road Race Dates: TBA - Early June Time: 6:30 am Registration 7:00 am Race Starts Location: Hot Springs State Park Pre-Registration: By June 1 $15.00 (pre-registration will guarantee a T-Shirt) Race Day Registration: $20.00 Ready, Set, Run kids that completed the program are FREE. (Race day registration will begin at 6:30 am and end at 7:00 am in the State Park.) The race will start in the Hot Springs State Park and will run through the Buffalo Pasture. Pre-Registration will guarantee a T-Shirt for all participants including sizes unless designated. Awards will be given to the top finisher in each age group of the run. For more information you may contact Hot Springs County Recreation District at or Brenna Dooley at Junior Golf lessons (Beginner) Instructor: Donnie Bjorhus, Legion Town & County Club Professional Dates: June 13 June 16(Session I) June (Session II) Age: 8 11 years old (8:30 9:30 a.m.) years old (10:00 11:00 a.m.) Location: Legion Town & Country Club Fee: $20.00 per Session Class Limit: 8 per class Class is open ONLY to those participants that have never taken the Beginner lessons class. Register at the Recreation Office located in the Armory Building. DO NOT register at the golf course. This is a 1 week class, repeat participants will only be allowed to register for 2 nd week if there is space available. Junior Golf Lessons (Intermediate) Instructor: Donnie Bjorhus, Legion Town & Country Club Professional Date: June 13 June 16 (Session I) June 27 June 30 (Session II) Age: 8 11 years old (12:00 1:00 p.m.) years old (1:30 2:30 p.m.) Location: Legion Town & Country Club Fee: $20.00 per Session Class Limit: 8 per class This class is designed for youth golfers that have completed the Beginner Lessons in past years. Preference will be given to those who have not taken the Intermediate lessons yet. Register at the Recreation Office located in the Armory Building. DO NOT register at the golf course. This is a 1 week class, repeat participants will only be allowed to register for 2 nd week if there is space available. Arts & Crafts Instructor: Judy Cramer Session I: June 5-9 Session II: June Session III: June Age: 3 5 years old (9:45 10:45 a.m.) 6 8 years old (8:30 9:30 a.m.) 9 12 years old (11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.) Location: Armory Building Fee: $12.00 per session Class Limit: 12 per session (3 5 years old) 15 per session (6 8 and 9 12 years old) Junior Bobcat Camps The Recreation District partners with Hot Springs County High School and Thermopolis Middle School coaches to put on our Junior Bobcat Camps. Kids from 3 rd through 8 th grades get a great opportunity to learn from their future coaches, and to play the sports they love alongside the athletes they will be watching in Purple and Gold. The Junior Bobcat Camps are the backbone of Thermopolis athletics because they create relationships and community pride. This year, we expect to offer Football, Boys and Girls Basketball, and Volleyball among others. Most camps are $10 and include a shirt or giveaway. Dates & Times TBA - July/August
10 7 Adult Sports Programs Adult Coed Softball Organizational Meeting: Tuesday, March 28 Time: 7:00 p.m. (At the Armory) Managers Meeting: Tuesday, May 2 nd at 7:00 p.m. at the Armory. Roster/Team Fee due date: Monday, May 1, 2017 Season Dates: May 9 Mid July Location: Softball Field (Fairgrounds) Team Fee: $ Games will be played on weeknights. Specific game nights will be determined at the organizational meeting. Team Packets and Rosters will be available beginning March 28. Team Packets and Rosters can be picked up at the Recreation Office or at the Organizational Meeting. This season will feature a Home Run Derby, details TBA. Adult Golf Lessons Instructor: Donnie Bjorhus, Legion Town & Country Club Professional Dates: Session I: May 9, 11, 16, 18, 23 Session II: June 6, 8, 13, 15, 20 Time: 5:30 7:00 p.m. Location: Legion Town & Country Club Fee: $40.00 Per Session Class Limit: 8 The adult golf classes are open to men and women. Registrations will be taken on a first come-first served basis until class is full. Participants can only sign up for one session. Registration for other sessions will only be accepted if a class is not full after the first day of the session. Participants will be instructed in the basics of the swing, plus fundamentals of chipping, pitching, and putting. The last day of each session will involve the participants playing a 9-hole round of golf. This is a 1 week class, repeat participants will only be allowed to register for 2 nd week if there is space available. Summer Watercize Instructor: Debbie Axtell Dates: Monday, Wednesday, Friday June 2 nd August 11 th Time: 9:30 11:00 AM Location: Star Plunge Fee: $20.00 Participants can register at the Recreation Office before the first day of class or at the Star Plunge after the class begins. Running with the Buffalo Dates: Early June Time: Registration at 6:30 am Race Starts at 7:00 am Location: Hot Springs State Park Pre-Registration: By June 1 $15.00 (pre-registration will guarantee a T-Shirt) Race Day Registration: $20.00 Ready, Set Run kids that completed the program are FREE. (Race day registration will begin at 6:45 am and end at 7:15 am in the State Park.) The race will start in the Hot Springs State Park and will run through the Buffalo Pasture. Pre-Registration will guarantee a T-Shirt for all participants including sizes unless designated. Awards will be given to the top finisher in each age group of the run. For more information you may contact Hot Springs County Recreation District at or Brenna Dooley at Pickleball & Tennis Call the armory to inquire about pickleball and tennis times and dates. There are a few dedicated and consistent groups of people who meet weekly to play both pickleball and tennis that would love for you to join.
11 Hot City Summer Slam 3 on 3 Tournament On May 27 th and 28 th, Thermopolis is home to the greatest 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament in Wyoming. The Hot City Summer Slam attracts teams of all ages from all over the state. Cost is $145/team. Visit Thermopolis Threeonthree on Facebook, and register at - by May 24th. 8 Fall/Winter Programs Be on the lookout for our Fall/Winter Program Guide in Late July. The guide will feature details about Youth Volleyball, Youth Football, Youth Basketball, Youth Soccer, Adult Co-Ed Volleyball, Adult Co-Ed Basketball, and other programs and events. If you have any questions about any current or future programs, please call the Rec. Department at (307) Please call or with suggestions regarding current programs, or to suggest a new program.
12 Area Programs and Organizations 9 Hot Springs County Recreation District supports a variety of sports and activities. Below is a list of organizations and a contact information. If you are unable to locate a specific organization, contact the Recreation Office. Gottsche Wellness Center Cheryl Shero Legion Town & Country Club Donnie Bjorhus, Pro Men s Golf League Parke Price Women s Golf League LTCC Pro Shop USA Wrestling JW Buckner or Thermopolis Wrestling Club on Facebook AAU Volleyball Bobcat Booster Club Shannon Hill Follow Bobcat AAU Volleyball Club on Facebook Follow Bobcat Booster Club on Facebook Hot Springs State Park Main Office Sr. Babe Ruth Baseball David Evans Rec. Department Quick Facts -Hot Springs County Recreation District serves over 600 participants yearly, from senior citizens down to 3-year-olds. -Since 2014, the Rec. District has given over $85,000 to local fitness, shooting, and club sports programs. We believe in supporting all recreation opportunities, not just those we directly provide. -The Rec. District works with Hot Springs County High School athletes and coaches during Youth Sports seasons, creating Bobcat Pride in our young athletes. -Fees for Hot Springs County Rec. District Programs are among the lowest in the state. Scholarships and reduced fee applications are also available. This allows us to serve as many people as possible in our community.
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