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Registration Open for Men’s/Women’s Volleyball League & Pickleball 101


The City of Cheyenne’s Recreation Division is now accepting team registrations for its 2020 men’s and women’s fall volleyball leagues, as well as its pickleball 101 class.

The fall volleyball leagues will begin on September 21st with registration closing on August 20th. Cost includes a team fee of $300, and a player fee of $20 per player. The City’s co-rec league will begin in January 2021.

Pickleball 101 will begin on August 18th with sessions held every Tuesday and Thursday morning, 9am-11am. The program will take place at the Martin Luther King Jr. Park pickleball courts. Registration is $50 per person, and the class will be capped at 12 people. This is an introduction to the sport of pickleball and is meant for players with a novice skill level. The class will be taught by a pickleball instructor.

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Registration packets for fall volleyball, as well as registration forms for pickleball 101, are available at the Kiwanis Community House (4603 Lions Park Dr.) from 7:30am to 4:30pm or online at If you have any additional questions, please call Michael Edwards at 307-773-1039.

Courtesy of the City of Cheyenne

City of Cheyenne officials say to abide by statewide public health orders and CDC recommendations, it is incumbent upon everyone to practice good hygiene before, during, and after participating in these leagues. If you or anyone in your immediate family is diagnosed with COVID-19, a mandatory quarantine is necessary.

“It is also important that if you do not feel good or experience any signs of COVID-19 that you stay home and seek medical assistance. Anyone displaying symptoms of COVID-19 (stuffy nose, fever, cough, etc.) should not participate. Remember that safety is our number one priority. We encourage players to not share equipment, or personal items with teammates. Please understand that the City of Cheyenne Recreation Division is following state and local health department guidelines. We appreciate your understanding and support,” the City said in a statement.