Town & Country Recreation Center is a private, non-profit, all-volunteer organization. All membership fees go toward year-round expenses including pool maintenance, improving the grounds, and paying insurance, utility and property tax bills, just to name a few things. To access the facilities you must join as a member and pay membership fees. We accept donations and are always looking for new ways to raise additional funds. If you’re interested in donating or helping us raise funds, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
WE ARE POSTPONING THE YARD SALE. WE WILL LET YOU KNOW WHEN IT IS RESCHEDULED.
We are hosting a neighborhood yard sale on the tennis courts. Need a reason to clean out your garage – here it is! Details below.
Where: Town and Country tennis courts
Cost: A 10×10 spot is $15. Two 10×10 spots are $20
How: Contact Cynthia Kennard to reserve your space. (336) 608-7708 or email email@example.com
2020 Membership Rates
Full Family (1 adult and up to 4 family members. Each additional family member $50/person)
Standard rate – $475. March Madness – $400
Senior (At least 1 household member >65 years old; no children in home >21 years old)
Standard rate – $225. March Madness – $200
Adults Only (Up to 4 adults in one household; 21 years or older)
Standard rate – $325. March Madness – $300
Single Adult (1 adult 21 years or older)
Standard rate – $250. March Madness – $225
*March Madness are rates if you sign up between March 15 – March 31. Rates apply only if membership forms and fees are postmarked on or before March 31, 2020.
*Children under 2 years old FREE*
*Seniors who wish their children or grandchildren to have access to the pool can pay the FULL FAMILY membership rate or pay the $5 guest fee per person per visit for those family members.
*Dues must be paid in full by May 15, 2020.
Click the link to download membership application:
*Note: At this time, we are only accepting cash/checks for pool membership dues. We have been looking in to credit card or online payment options but haven’t found one we felt was acceptable due to the fees.
If you’re interested in wondering what your membership money pays for, check out our 2019 IN REVIEW.