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    T&C October Newsletter

    10/11/2016, 5:30pm CDT
    By Evalyn Hodges

    Fall Weather Is Here And So Is The T&C October Newsletter


    Hope everyone is enjoying this beautiful Fall weather and all your activities. The T&C October Newsletter is attached below.  Send me your comments, pictures and feedback about how T&C Sports is doing.



    Executive Director




    T&C Welcomes You to the Fall Season!

    09/09/2016, 2:00pm CDT
    By Evalyn Hodges

    1st Edition T&C Newsletter

    This weekend our T&C Fall Season starts off in a big way. I'm proud of all the work that we've done to get the facilities ready for you.  We are still working to improve and welcome your feedback.  I'm attaching our first edition of a T&C monthly newsletter.


    Thanks for all you do!


    Evalyn Hodges

    T&C Executive Director


    T&C September 2016 Newsletter

    Football Mania Fundraiser

    08/01/2016, 10:45am CDT
    By J Kelsey

    Town and Country Optimist Club is a non-profit organization focused on youth development through sports. T&C is 99% volunteer operated. All fundraising efforts help to keep our programs affordable and open to all. In the past it was used to support the Junior Optimist Youth Club at Round Rock High School.  To raise money, we are conducting a FootballMania fundraiser. For $20 you get music downloads at and an exciting, complimentary FootballMania sweepstakes game card! Follow the links below to make your contribution and enter the sweepstakes. You have the chance to win $1,000s in prize money! Click here for more information about FootballMania, how you can win big, and the CharityStudio music downloads.

    You can MAXIMIZE your purchase by donating your winnings to T&C. Instead of paying your winnings, we will accumulate them and send you a summary of your winnings as a donation to T&C, a 501(c)(3).  
    You can buy your electronic tickets here. Physical tickets will be available through our concessions.

    Thank you for your support!

    T&C Lightning Policy

    04/16/2016, 10:45am CDT
    By Jason Lilliboe - Evalyn Hodges

    Lightning Policy

    Coaches and Parents:

    Town & Country Sports have been closely monitoring the weather for the past several days and it's likely we will encounter some weather delays.  We ask for your support and understanding as we will do everything we can to insure your families safety. 

    The Town & Country Sports Complex is  monitored by a Thor Guard lightning prediction and warning system.  The Thor Guard system measures atmospheric conditions at the T&C campus and surrounding area.  When the conditions reach the threshold for potential lightning, an alarm will sound (one long blast of the sirens) and the strobe lights will begin to flash. 

    Steps to take when the Thor Guard sirens and lights are activated:

    1.  EVERYONE on the T&C campus must take immediate shelter, either in cars or in the T&C restrooms (these are the safest structures).

    2. Only when the Thor Guard system gives the 'all clear' (3 short siren blasts and the lights go off), may activities resume.

    It is the responsibility of every adult on campus to comply with these steps, and to ensure that every child also complies.  This is a Zero Tolerance safety condition for participating at T&C.  Failure to comply is to do so at your own safety risk, and with possible expulsion from the T&C campus and future activities.

    You may view the the status of the T&C Thor Guard system from your smart phone or PC at this link:

    Information about Thor Guard:






    Please "hope for the best, plan for the worst" when it comes to getting wet and/or any game delays. 

    Health & Wellness 101

    03/08/2016, 11:45am CST
    By K Cyree for Austin ER

    Bruises & Wounds


    •  What are bruises? — Bruises happen when blood vessels under the skin break, but the skin isn’t cut. Blood leaks into the tissues under the skin. Bruises start off red in color, and then turn blue or purple. As they heal, bruises can turn green and yellow. Most bruises heal in 1 to 2 weeks, but some take longer.
    • How are bruises treated? — A bruise will get better on its own. But to feel better and help your bruise heal, you can:
      • Put a cold gel pack, bag of ice, or bag of frozen vegetables on the injured area every 1 to 2 hours, for 15 minutes each time. Put a thin towel between the ice (or other cold object) and your skin. Use the ice (or other cold object) for at least 6 hours after your injury. Some people find it helpful to ice longer, even up to 2 days after their injury.
      • Raise the area, if possible – Raising the area above the level of your heart helps to reduce swelling.
      • Take medicine to reduce the pain and swelling – To treat pain, you can take Tylenol. To treat pain and swelling, you can take ibuprofen (sample brand names: Advil, Motrin). But people who have certain conditions or take certain medicines should not take ibuprofen. If you are unsure, ask your doctor or nurse if you can take ibuprofen.
    • You should NOT:
      • Put a warm pack or heating pad on your bruise
      • Stick a needle or other object in your bruise to drain it
    • When should I call or see the doctor?
      • You get a fever, your joints swell, you cannot walk or move, or you get bruises for no reason.


    • What is a wound? - A wound is a disruption of the normal structure and function of the skin and skin architecture
      • An Abrasion is a superficial wound that does not need repair by a physician.
      • Lacerations generally need to be treated by a physician and are deeper than abrasions
    • How are abrasions treated?
      • Irrigation is important for decreasing bacterial load and removing loose material. Tap water is excellent by itself to irrigate wounds.
      • For much of the history of medicine, it was believed that wounds should not be occluded but left exposed to the air. However moist wounds heal more rapidly compared with wounds that dried out up to 40% faster.
      • Wounds should be covered with Neosporin and sterile gauze. Clean wounds daily with warm soapy water.
    • You should NOT:
      • Use hydrogen peroxide or alcohol to clean a wound. These solutions can damage healthy tissue.
    • When should I see the doctor?
      • You have a deep wound or laceration, you have a very dirty or soiled wound, your wound continues to bleed, you have glass, gravel or a foreign body in the wound, or you have a fever or other signs of infection.


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