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COMMUNITY

USC Swim Club

USC Summer Recreational Swim Team June 22 – July 31

Upper St. Clair Athletic Association

The Upper St. Clair Athletic Association is a volunteer organization which coordinates the following athletic programs in the community: Spring/Summer Baseball and Softball, Fall Soccer, Traveling Spring Soccer, Fall Football, Winter Basketball, Winter Wrestling. For information, please visit the Website: www.uscaasports.org.

This team is perfect for children ages 6-14 interested in trying out competitive swimming. We will be competing against other local swim clubs throughout the South Hills. This program will be very flexible with no minimum commitment regarding number of practices or number of meets to attend. Registration opens June 1, 2015. Please contact Mike Mudry at mmudry@uscswimclub.org. Year-Round Competitive Program

Youth Steering Committee of Upper St. Clair

The Youth Steering Committee of Upper St. Clair is a community action group, jointly appointed by the Township Board of Commissioners and Board of School Directors. The Committee is comprised of adult residents, student representa­tives, and liaison persons from the appointing boards. The committee offers programs of interest and information on timely topics throughout the year. Additionally, USC Cares for Kids--an initiative of the Youth Steering Committee--sponsors social events for the middle-school youth of Upper St. Clair with volunteer assistance from high school students, parents, and interested residents. Information about upcoming programs and events will be posted on the Township and School District Websites throughout the year. The Youth Steering Committee welcomes the ideas of all interested residents. Meetings are held the 2nd Wednesday of the month (with the exception of July/August) at 7:00 p.m. at the Community & Recreation Center. For more information, contact Gary Seech, Chairperson, Youth Steering Committee, 1820 McLaughlin Run Road, Upper St. Clair, PA 15241.

Spring Fling Saturday, April 25, 2015 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

USC Cares for Kids, an initiative of the Youth Steering Committee, is sponsoring “Spring Fling” on Saturday, April 25th from 6:30 to 8:30 PM for all USC youngsters in grades 5-8 at the C&RC. Activities will include a dodgeball tournament, bingo, live DJ, food, and much more. Preregistration is highly suggested: $10 per child or $20 family maximum. Fees are non-refundable. For more information, please go to the Youth Steering Committee information on the Township website.

The USC Swim Club (USCS) is a competitive swim program for children ages 6 to 18. USCS is a member of USA Swimming and practices year-round at the Upper St. Clair High School Pool. Registration is open year-round. New members are evaluated by one of our coaches prior to registering. If you would like to schedule an evaluation, please contact our Registration Chair at registration@ uscswimclub.org. For more information, please visit uscswimclub.org

Neighborhood Parks

Township parks are open all year round. Each park offers great opportunities for fun and play! Check out the Township website or stop by the Recreation office for more details. Tennis courts, bocce, volleyball, basketball courts, play units, pickleball courts and much more await you. ENJOY!

Bocce at Baker

BOCCE is alive in Upper St. Clair! The Township has two lighted regulation bocce courts in Baker Park. Be sure to check them out on your next visit. Are you interested in learning to play Bocce or want to be in a league? Contact Mark DiSora at 412.833.0707 for more information.

CPR Classes

Every Individual Should Know Life-Saving First Aid. Call the Tri-Community South EMS office Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM at 412.831.3710 for information on dates, fees and locations or to register for a class.

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www.twpusc.org

USC Recreation Spring Summer 2015 Recreation Guide  
USC Recreation Spring Summer 2015 Recreation Guide  

The Spring Summer Guide is your resource to all events and programs offered through the Upper St. Clair Recreation Department.

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