Recreation Center 

​​Letter from the President 

"God didn't make me like this because I couldn't handle it. God made me like this because I CAN!!"




.....In trying to fulfill my son's wish, my goal is to provide high quality products and services in one convenient location for all to enjoy.  The center will be supported by professionally trained and knowledgeable staff. We will aim to have personal relationships with our clients and customers that will last for years to come.

Please check back from time to time, as new information will become available regarding fundraising events that will be offered by SRC, as well as details about our upcoming location.

I thank you for taking the time to learn more about Sēb’s Recreation Center.  If you are inspired by our vision for SRC and would like to help make the center a success, please do not hesitate to volunteer or make a contribution.

I encourage you to explore our website to learn more about specific services and programs that will be offered by SRC.

Thank you again for your interest in Sēb’s Recreation Center and look forward to serving you.


Keithan Holiday

President of Sēb’s Recreation Center

For you my son...

Hello, my name is Keithan Holiday, and I am the president of Sēb’s Recreation Center (SRC).  I am excited to introduce to you this unique facility that will strive to provide a safe, comfortable environment for the physically challenged to work out, attend classes, engage in informational seminars, relax, and have fun with their families, caregivers, and other participants.

As the father of a disabled son, we struggle to find activities, both physically and socially, where we both can participate at the same time and under the same roof.  The dream of opening a recreational center for the disabled stems from my son going to work with me one day at a 'recreational center ' and not being able to do anything.  He asked me, 'Dad, what can I do here?' I replied, 'Son, we can swim, but that's about it.' I could tell that Sēbian was upset and after some time had passed I asked him what was on his mind.  He said, 'Dad it's not right that there is nothing here for me to do. We should open up a recreational center for people like me, the disabled.' My reply to him was, 'I think that is a great idea and I will do my best to make that happen.