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Girls Inc. of TNV offers one of the premier athletic programs in the area! We strive to encourage girls to live healthy and active lifestyles while developing and learning fundamentals of the game. See below for the 2019-2020 Season Dates!

  • Jogging Club – $30 + Race Fees (This program runs August – June with Team Jogging each Thursday and Saturday at the Civic Center)
  • Self Defense – $50/month (This program runs August – June with classes held on Fridays at 6 pm)
  • Fencing – $50/month (This program runs August – June with classes held on Fridays from 6pm – 8pm)
  • Tumbling – $50/month (This program runs August – June with class times and days varying depending on age and skill level)
  • Fall Softball – $40/season (Registration from 7/29 – 8/9 with games beginning on 9/2 through 9/30 *Players will need a glove and cleats*)
  • Basketball – $40/season (Registration from 10/29 – 11/16 with games beginning on 12/14 through 2/29)
  • Volleyball – $35/season (Registration 2/24 – 3/20 with games beginning on 4/4 through 5/16)
  • Spring Softball – $40/season (Registration 2/24 – 3/20 with games beginning on 4/6 through 5/16 *Players will need glove and cleats*)

Throughout the year we offer girl-only sport teams and clinics. Many sports are offered based on expressed interest. If you are interested in signing up for a Girls Inc. sport or playing a sport that isn’t listed, please contact Amy Phillips for more information.

Phone: 865-482-4475



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Girls Inc. Sports Program Flyer

Girls Inc. Tumbling Program

Girls Inc. Monthly Tumbling Program

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Former Lady Vols Player on Girls Inc.

LSU women’s basketball coach Nikki Caldwell discusses the importance of Girls Inc during the program’s inaugural elite awards at the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame on Wednesday, July 15, 2015. Caldwell, a former Lady Vols player and assistant coach, attended Girls Inc programs growing up in Oak Ridge. She was the event’s alumni honoree. (Video by Ben Frederickson/News Sentinel)