1,000,000 GALLONS OF FUN!
Antietam Pool is the home of the
LARGEST POOL IN BERKS COUNTY,
one of three pools on the grounds! In addition to our historic Main Pool, Antietam has an Olympic Lap Pool and a Baby Pool with a Mushroom Fountain.
The expansive grounds contain an exceptional concession stand, a basketball/volleyball court, a large pavilion available for rental, two shuffleboard courts and a game room with Ping Pong and other games.
Antietam Pool features newly-painted locker room and rest room facilities, and a separate family bathroom for the little ones.
Antietam Pool employs seasonal managerial and maintenance staff, in addition to approximately 40 lifeguards.
Many volunteers from the community have donated their time to improve the facility, including a cadre of professional painters, an annual service project by the Antietam Junior Class, and Alvernia University through the Holleran Center for Community and Global Engagement.
- Office Manager – Sharon High
- Pool Manager – Amy Koller
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The directors of the AVRCC board represent our 4 governing municipalities as follows:
- Mount Penn – Tuan Duong
- Exeter – Rick Kosak
- Lower Alsace – Lynn Wilson, Board President
- St. Lawrence – Tracy Murphy
- At large members – Matt Lubas, Brandy Himmelreich, Kara Freese, Jamie Yousaitis
The AVRCC Board of Directors meets at 7 PM on the second Monday of the month in the AVRCC board room or rec center. Please check the announcements on the home page each month for the location.
Members are invited to attend the general membership meeting on Monday, October 9, 2017 at 7 PM The meeting agenda includes annual reports, election of directors and your suggestions.
The Antietam High School Art Department, in partnership with the AVRCC and the Antietam Valley Community Partnership (AVCP) has enhanced our facilities with four student-designed murals. * The Antietam Pool logo at the top of this page and several photos on this site are examples of their artwork.
* This project was funded in part through grants from the Berks Arts Council, the Wyomissing Foundation, and the Pennsylvania Council on the arts.