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Jaguars On The Prowl


The Rutherford County Track Club (RCTC) is a nonprofit youth organization, chartered by the State of Tennessee and the IRS as a 501(c)(3) corporation. Our mission is to foster values of self-discipline, respect, loyalty, commitment and teamwork.


Six key people created RCTC in April 2006. We wanted to develop a track team that produces thriving athletes throughout the Middle Tennessee area. We already have high hopes for our athletes and look forward to seeing them compete and reach National Standards. Our athletes will participate in local, regional and national competitions throughout the US and learn a great deal in the process.


Each athlete is required to pay up to $300 in membership fees. These fees help offset a  portion of the expenses of event entry fees, transportation, lodging, meals and uniforms. We try our best to keep this cost as low as possible for our athletes. We would love to have this fee eliminated. As of now, we can only afford to have the athletic membership fee buffered by successful fund-raising and extensive community support.


We hope you will consider sponsoring our team. Any amount you are able to give is greatly appreciated. Please make your tax-deductible contribution to the Rugherford County Track Club. 100% of your donation will be credited toward athlete's fees and any remaining funds will go to the teams operating expenses.


You will receive periodic updates from us about our Club and our athlete's accomplishments.  If you require further information about RCTC, please do not hesitate to contact any of our Staff Members. 


Thank you for your consideration,


The Rutherford County Track Club


Kenden & Nicole Maynard

Murfreesboro Half Marathon

Smyrna High school

State Farm Foundation

Dick's Sporting Goods

True LIFE Sports

Deborah Roberts

Anastasia Hayes

LaVergne high school

Celeste Fredericks

"There will come a point in the race, when you alone will need to decide. You will need to make a choice. Do you really want it? You will need to decide." - Rolf Arands

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