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Rhea County

Community Center

Providing wellness, sports, and healthy programs for all in Rhea County.

GroupX Schedule

Fitness class schedule
& descriptions

Programs

Sports programs

for all ages.

Child Watch

Child watch is available during fitness classes.

Silver Sneakers

Fitness Program designed for Seniors

Upcoming Events

  • Couch to 5K Training
    Mar 09, 5:30 PM – May 08, 9:00 AM
    Rhea County Community Center, 232 4th Ave, Dayton, TN 37321, USA
    Get out of your comfort zone. Challenge yourself by training for a 5k (3.1 mi.)! Tues & Thurs 5:30 pm until the Strawberry Chase!
  • Camp Rc3: Weekly, June 7-July 30
    Apr 05, 5:00 PM – Jul 30, 12:00 PM
    Dayton, 232 4th Ave, Dayton, TN 37321, USA
    8:00 am-12:15 pm, Ages: 4-12 yrs, Breakfast & Lunch Included, LOTS OF FUN!
  • 21-22 Select Soccer Pre-Registration is OPEN
    Apr 26, 5:00 PM – May 11, 9:00 AM
    Delaware Soccer Fields, Delaware Ave, Dayton, TN 37321, USA
    Tryouts are free. Free t-shirt included when you register by 5/17 (U12) or 5/31 (U14-U19).
  • Strawberry Chase 5K/10K Run/Walk - 2021
    May 08, 7:45 AM
    Rc3, 232 4th Ave, Dayton, TN 37321, USA
    Saturday, May 8, 2021 - Register Online!

Group Exercise

At Rc3 we have a GroupX class for everyone! Exercising with a group is a sure way to stay committed and get some laughs in along the way. Accountability at its finest! Check out the GroupX schedule and come try a class!

RC3 Sponsors

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Bill Hilleary
Bobby and Janice Mickel
Chris and Cindy Horton
Craig and Stacey Swafford
Dennis and Jennifer Van Meter
General Sessions Judge J. Shannon Garrison
Nick and Renee Shipley
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Sam and Cyndie Swafford
Skip and Kathy Griffin
The Smith Family
 

Programs

“Rc3 is awesome and the financial assistance has made it possible for our 7 kids to be out and active, interact with other children, learn sportsmanship, make friends, and have a lifelong connection to the community.”

D.C.