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affiliations - City of Richland, Mississippi
49 Tire & Auto
AAA Saw Co. Inc.
Aaron’s Rentals
ADAPCO
All About You Salon
Allstate Insurance
Bancorp South
Calvert Co.
Capital Oil
Chapel Ridge Apartments
Conrad Martin Real
Estate
Copiah Bank
Dean & Dean
Don Bass Insurance
Agency
Empire Trucking
Engineering Services
Exchange Club of
Richland
First Baptist Church of
Richland
Floors Plus, Inc.
GRC Sportsplex
Great Southern Events
Hall’s Towing
Holmes Trucking
Integrity Automotive
Irby Construction
J&C Heating and Cooling
Jackson Air & Hydraulics
Junk Starz
Kiddie Corral Pre-School
Kids Konnection
Lampton Love
Lyle, Walker & Co. P.A.
Mai Tai
Mama's Kitchen
Mazzio's Pizza
MEA Medical
Clinic
Moak Inc.
NAPA Auto Parts
One Way Screen Printing
Performance Rehab
Petroleum Equipment
PIA Solutions
Plain Lodge No. 622 F &
AM
Polk Dental Center
Priority One Bank
Rankin First
Rankin Rental
REDA
Revell Ace Hardware
Richland Mayor's Youth
Council
Richland Primary Care
Ridgeland Body Shop
Russell’s Premier Wax
Works
Sonic of Richland
Southern Electric
Corporation
Southwind Homeowners
Assoc.
Spotswood Law Firm
Stribling Equipment
Subway
TempStaff Inc.
Tiny Treasures
Tri-State Truck Center
Trustmark Bank
Weed Pro
Wendy's of Richland
Woodmen of the World
Wright's Fruit Stand
Director: Ricky Hawthorne
Assistant Director/Youth Sports Coordinator: Guy Smith
Senior Adult Coordinator/Special Events: Terri Wood
Administrative Assistant: Cheryl Erwin
Building Maintenance:
Park Supervisor: Pat Williams
Assistant: Shelton Griffin
Field Supervisor: Jeff Payne
Assistant: Jacob Netherland
Park Attendants: Fred Benton, Terry Mullins, Ian Wright and
Oliver Tripp
Richland Parks & Recreation
Richland Community Center
410 East Harper Street
Richland, Mississippi 39218
(601) 420-3400
AFFILIATIONS:
www.facebook.com/richlandparksandrec
ATHLETIC
REGISTRATIONS
Registration is held at the Richland Community
Center. All first-time youth participants must provide
a copy of their birth certificate in order to register. A
$5 non-resident fee is charged to all youth
participants that do not live within the city limits of
Richland. Information, fees and dates are subject to
change and/or cancel. Please call the Community
Center for the most up to date information on
athletic registrations 601-420-3400
Youth Sports
Registration Dates
Soccer
Spring: January 5-16
Fall: June 15-26
(ages 4-12)
Spring-Returning Players: $25-$30
Spring-New Players: $45-$55
Fall - $45-$55
COMMUNITY EVENTS
Events and dates/times are subject to change. For the
most up to date information on any of these community
events, please call the Richland Community Center at
601-420-3400 or visit our Facebook page at
www.facebook.com/richlandparksandrec.
REDA Annual Banquet
Luncheon - March 26
Richland Comm. Center
Hwy 49 Fest Golf
Tournament
REDA Business Expo
April 9 - 5:30pm
Richland Comm. Center
Mayor’s Prayer
Breakfast
September 25
Easter Egg Hunt
April 2
Richland Soccer Fields
Highway 49 Fest 2014
September 26
Movies Under the Stars
May & September
Exact dates TBA
Richland Christmas
Parade & Totally Locally Christmas Market
December 12 2:00pm
October 8
SENIOR ADULT
PROGRAM
For more information on our Senior Adult Program,
or to sign up to receive the Senior Adult monthly
newsletter, contact Terri Wood at 601-420-3401.
SeniorCise Class: Mondays & Wednesdays
at 9:30am at the Richland Community Center
Senior Adult Game Day: Tuesdays at the
Richland Community Center 10am-3pm
Bunco: Fourth Wednesday of each month at
11:00am
Line Dancing Class: Wednesdays at 2:00pm
WALK FOR WELLNESS - April 23, 2015 at
Richland Eastside Park
Coffee and Crafts - Monthly
Lunch Bunch - Monthly
Men’s Coffee and Conversation - 4th Monday
of each month 7:30 am
Dinners, luncheons, trips & other special
events are scheduled throughout the year,.
Baseball/Softball/T-Ball January 26(ages 4-14) $45-$75
February 6
Flag Football
(ages 5-8) $40
July 27-August 7
Tackle Football
(ages 9-12) $75
July 27-August 7
Cheerleading
July 27-August 7
(ages 5-12)
$10+ Uniform Cost
Basketball (ages 9-12)
October 19-30
$45
ADULT SPORTS
Flag Football
$325 per team
Games begin: Sept. 9
Games end: Nov. 7
July 20-August 14
Ed Ainsworth
Eastside Park
Ronnie ‘Sonny’ Bridges
Westside Park
2 lighted softball
fields
Batting cages
Pavilion
Tennis courts
Soccer fields
Playground
Walking trail
6 Lighted baseball fields
T-ball fields
Batting cages
Pavilion
Playground
Walking trail
As Director for the Parks and Recreation in
the City of Richland, I would like to thank each
sponsor for their help, participation and continued support of our youth, adult, senior
adult and special events we offer to make
Richland an enjoyable living experience for all
that choose to call Richland their home.
Ricky Hawthorne, Director
The Mayor and Board of Alderman for the
City of Richland are very proud of our Parks
and Recreation Department. We offer youth
activities such as soccer, basketball, football, baseball and softball; many senior
events; and this year we will be offering activities for our in-between ages (young and
middle adults.) We look forward to an exciting year and hope that you take advantage
of the many events and programs that we
have to offer. We look forward to your participation. Please come and join us for a
great time.
Mayor Mark Scarborough
A great place to live and PLAY!

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