Better Health and Social Responsibility in Youth with Flying Disc Sports.
Sponsored through donations to Gallatin Foundation,
a 501(C)(3) Non-profit Corporation.
C/O Bozeman Chamber of
Commerce | 2000 Commerce Way | Bozeman MT 59715.
Ph: 406-586-5421 |
Youth course and center,
near the picnic area of Rose Park:
in Bozeman Daily Chronicle)
One leg of our
program, included creating
a center in the community
for youth to come use the skills we are teaching to them in the
schools. This is a $700,000+ community development to create the first
community flying disc center and professional disc golf course. Funding
for this project has been accomplished through local donations ($500,000),
. One ($75,000) from City of Bozeman, Parkland Improvement Fund, and
another ($75,000) from National Fish, Wildlife and Parks, Land Water Conservation
One of the signatures
of this community flying disc park, is the youth course (see diagram) winding
around the picnic area. This is ideal for parents to easily keep on eye
on active children while playing with Frisbees, using the same skills we
teach them in the schools! This area will be the equivalent of, a miniature
golf course that roams around the picnic ground area.
Rose Park (21 acres of a
Professional Disc Golf Course):
Here is a glimpse of the city park that CODE is helping to create, from
the ground up, for the community!
See a lot more at the links below.