Want to be a director of recreation?

After reopening from a four-year closure, Sleeping Giant ski area won national recognition from a ski industry magazine for its snowboard terrain park. (Ruffin Prevost/WyoFile — click to enlarge)

You might recall a WyoFIle story from December 2010 about small ski hills in Wyoming and their ongoing struggle to remain profitable. The good news is, as the AP recently reported, most Wyoming ski hills got good snow this year. But that’s just one piece of the puzzle to making a great hometown hill.

Another puzzle piece is finding the right people to run the show, particularly in the tricky area of nonprofit organizations.

The Yellowstone Recreations Foundation, a nonprofit group that helps fund outdoor recreation activities at the Sleeping Giant ski area and elsewhere around Park County and the Bighorn Basin, is looking for an executive director. The position closes May 15. Send queries to katewilliams@bresnan.net.

Contact Ruffin Prevost at 307-213-9321 or ruffin@wyofile.com.

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