April 14, 2014 - Towson Recreation Council and Towson United Girls Soccer are pleased to announce that Katherine Remy Vettori is the new Director of Coaching and Player Development. This position was formed to enhance the player experience at Towson United Girls Soccer by developing and implementing a methodology for training both players and coaches. Katherine is an outstanding coach and trainer, with a proven record of developing accomplished soccer players. Moreover, she is a member of the Towson community with her husband, Jason, and her daughters, Remy and Lucy. We look forward to Katherine’s professional experience, enthusiasm and leadership in helping Towson United Girls Soccer continue to build a competitive, learning program.
The Towson Rec Council (TRC) is pleased to announce that funding for an artificial turf field for Towson is included in the new Baltimore County Budget released on April 15, 2014.
The new turf field will provide the first regulation multisport field in Towson available to TRC. The youth sport programs provided by TRC have suffered due to lack of safe, playable fields, with some teams travelling as far as 25 miles for a “home” field. This new field will greatly alleviate the field shortage in Towson. TRC currently has more than 6,000 active members participating in youth and adult programs.
TRC partnered with the Towson High Sports Booster Club over the past three years to jointly advocate for the addition of a turf field. Both organizations raised significant funds for the project in order to reduce the cost to the County.
We would like to thank our elected representatives Steve Lafferty, Jim Brochin and David Marks, who supported our efforts. Kevin Kamenetz, our County Executive, recognized the need for safe, playable green space in Towson and committed the funding needed to make this project possible.
We look forward to continuing to provide quality youth sports programming in Towson to enhance a healthy lifestyle and strong community. It’s Towson’s Time.
To see a rendering of the new field and learn more about the project visit our Turf For Towson Page.
To learn more about all of our programs, please visit the individual program pages on this site. Space is limited in each of these programs, so register today. You can register using the direct links below, or by going to the program page and registering from there.
TRC has many day camps for kids this summer. To learn more, click on the "camps" tab at the far right of this page.
The Registration "2014 Girls Volleyball Spring Clinic" is not currently available.
All returning players may begin registration APRIL 1.
Any new players may begin registration APRIL 15.
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The Towson Recreation Council (TRC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the development of our community's young people and adults. Our programs are planned, promoted and directed by unpaid volunteers who work together to strengthen the community. It is our belief that the pursuit of leisure time activities enhance the quality of life of our many participants. Therefore, the TRC board and program directors strive to nurture, plan and protect the leisure needs of present and future Towson residents.
The goals of our youth programs are to provide enjoyable activities, offer beneficial instruction, and develop good sportsmanship skills. Our activities target the average skilled athlete, are fun, and provide a healthy recreational learning experience for all young people.
Our major programs are listed across the top of this page, with our smaller programs and Dumbarton programs listed under "more programs." All summer camps may be found under "camps."
The left menu includes items of interest to all or our participants and members.