The American Youth Soccer Organization [AYSO] will hold signups on Saturday, Aug. 17, from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m., at the Spring City Presbyterian Church on Jackson Street.
Youth from ages 4-16 are welcomed to signup in person or retrieve online application at eayso.org
and bring two completed copies of the application to the church or drop off before Saturday at Avery’s Barbershop in Spring City, south of Subway.
The cost is $55 per player. For more information, contact Avery Price at 865-318-6463.
The Dayton Youth Baseball signups for fall ball will be held every Saturday in August at the Jim Barnes Baseball Complex on Market Street in Dayton, from 10 a.m. to noon. The signup is for ages 5-and-up and the fee is $30.
Tryouts for the Rhea County High School girls’ tennis team will be held within a few weeks after school starts. Exact dates and details will be announced later.
The Dayton Little Eagles sign up for the upcoming season is $80 per child. A discount is available for additional children and registration assistance is available. Limited roster spots are available, so act now. For more information, contact Josh Pelfrey at 423-504-2135 or firstname.lastname@example.org
for a registration form or additional details.
The Dayton Little Eagles Board of Directors has a vacancy for Cheer Director. All interested parties please contact Josh Pelfrey at 423-504-2135.
Signups for the Dayton Girls’ Softball Association [DGSA] fall ball will be held on Aug. 17, from 9 a.m. to noon.
Every signup date will be held at Voight Field and any player who played in the spring just needs to fill out a registration form. For new players, there is a $35 registration fee. For more information, contact Scott Shadden at 423-618-2307 or email@example.com
On Aug. 24, from 10 a.m. to noon, the DGSA will host a free 6U and 8U clinic at Voight and Riggs fields. Any players interested in participating are asked to preregister. For more information, contact Scott Shadden at 423-618-2307 or David Tidwell at 423-718-3546.
Dayton Girls’ Softball will host a fall tournament on Sept. 6 and 7. Registration for teams will be $40 and first and second place teams will receive team trophies. 6U and 8U will get participation awards. For more information, please contact Scott Shadden at 423-618-2307, Karlie Taylor at 423-883-1681, David Tidwell at 423-718-3546 or Adam Ervin at 423-827-3365. G.I.R.L.S. rules will apply.
The Rhea Family YMCA is now taking registrations for the Fall Youth Soccer League for ages 3-13. A coaches’ meeting will be held on Aug.15, at 6 p.m. and a parents meeting will be on Aug. 19, at 6 p.m.
Practices will begin on Aug. 27, and games will start on Sept. 7 and will run through the end of the season on Oct. 26. For more information contact the Rhea Family YMCA at 423-775-0821.
The Rhea County High School [RCHS] bowling team will host a benefit tournament on Saturday, Aug. 17, beginning at 2 p.m., at the Crystal Lanes Bowling Center.
There is room for only 16 teams, so sign up now. Five-member teams of any age or sex are accepted in this non-sanctioned tournament. The cost is $20 per bowler or $100 per team. Door prizes will be given to everyone who enters the tourney. All proceeds will benefit the RCHS bowling team for its upcoming inaugural season this fall.
For more information, contact coach Steve Williams at 276-494-2779 or Debbie Carter at 423-775-1547.
The Tennessee Hills Golf Club will host a 9-hole potluck select shot tournament on Sunday, Aug. 18, with tee off set for 2:30 p.m. EST. Call 423-447-2304 no later than 1:30 p.m. EST on Aug. 18, to register.
Please sign up early if you plan on playing so organizers may plan for food and you are insured a spot. Organizers understand circumstances change and you may have to withdraw, but everyone is welcome, including kids, ladies, old timers and young limber backs.
Guest green fee with a cart is $15, with a $5 prize/expense fee and $1 closest to the pin fee. Bring your favorite dish or pay $5 to eat. Please advise if you plan on bringing a dish and if you are planning to eat or not.
Teams to be arranged by management, couples may play together and kids can play with parents. Try not to make a whole team from family, as the idea is to meet and play with different people.
You don’t have to be a golfer (few of us are), just have a great day enjoying the game and companionship.
The Rhea County United Way will host the Fish the Chick Bass Tournament on Saturday, Aug. 31, beginning at 6:30 a.m., with weigh-ins beginning at 3 p.m. Anglers will launch out of the Dayton Boat Dock on Lake Chickamauga.
The tournament is open to men and women anglers and the entry fee is $50 per boat, with a $10 per boat Big Fish Award pot (optional). Early registration by Aug. 23, includes: Entry fee and Fish the Chick tee shirt.
First place prize is $1,000, to be awarded to the top finishing boat. A Day at the Spa, provided by Expressions, will be awarded to the top lady angler.
For online registration visit www.fishthechick.com
or contact Jenny Nevans at 423-413-3834 and firstname.lastname@example.org
For further details or information, contact the United Way of Rhea County at www.rheaunitedway.org
or call 423-775-5633.
Participants under the age of 18 must have a parent’s or legal guardian’s permission and signature to participate in this fishing challenge.
The Rhea Medical Healthcare Foundation is gearing up for the 8th Annual Timothy Morrow Memorial Golf Tournament scheduled for Wednesday, September 4, at the Dayton Golf & Country Club. Funds raised from this event will be used to support the healthcare of Rhea County through the provision of state-of-the-art equipment, programs and services delivered through Rhea Medical Center.
Following a delicious breakfast and/or luncheon, golfers will take to the links where several hole-in-one prizes await. In addition there will be very special prizes for the top three winning teams, longest drive, straightest drive and closest to the pin.
“This is always a great event,” said chairman Butch Morrow. “There are a number of ways to show your support. You could enter a team, become a sponsor or provide a prize. We would certainly appreciate any assistance you were willing to provide.” For more information, call 423-775-8580.