Support Symons Recreation Complex
You can support Symons Recreation Complex by:
- Purchasing a membership
- Recommending SRC to your friends
- Volunteering your time with the Friends of Symons Recreation Complex
- Contributing to the Symons Recreation Complex Foundation
The annual fundraising campaign begins in late November. All community members are asked to consider making a tax-deductible donation to the Symons Recreation Complex Foundation. Each year, several key needs are identified which will be addressed in the coming year provided funding goals are met. You may mail your tax-deductible donation to the address below. A receipt will be mailed to you. Download a printable Give Form to include with your donation. – Symons Foundation Give Form
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Symons Recreation Complex Foundation Board Members
Chairperson of the Board: Nettie Collins; Board of Directors: Fred Graf, Barb Wentz, Randy Jacquet, Mindy Baker, Lydia Biba, Norlene Emerson, Laurie Fieldhouse, Suzanne Fish, Gary Gutknecht and Susie Winchell. Non-voting members include Denise Lins & Tracy Gobin.
The Symons Recreation Complex Foundation is organized for charitable purposes to raise and receive contributions for erection and maintenance of Symons Recreation Complex and other Richland County owned recreational property’s, to provide for programming for the under privileged and to provide opportunities for the community, while lessening the burden on local government and to pay these funds to Symons Recreation Complex, Richland County Land Conservation or Richland County Parks, which are exempt from taxation under section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
The Symons Recreation Complex Foundation is in place to provide a “margin of excellence” for the facility. Areas of interest include building improvements, equipment purchases, programming for the under-privileged, and providing unique opportunities for users.
The foundation is organized for charitable purposes and is organized under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
All members of the public are welcome to attend meetings.
Symons Recreation Complex History
John & Edith Symons donated the funds to build Symons Recreation Complex. Our doors opened in June 1987. The Complex is owned and operated by the County of Richland and City of Richland Center, and is partially supported by tax dollars. The Complex employs approximately 40 individuals who are supervised by a Director who in turn is supervised by the Natatorium Board. The foundation was created in 2004.
1250 Symons Circle
Richland Center, WI 53581