Updated Wednesday June 29, 2016 by Rose Rich Girls Softball Association .

  The Rose Rich Girls Softball Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing an equal opportunity softball program for girl’s ages 3-14 years old. RRGSA is organized and administered by an all-volunteer Board of Directors who each shares a common mission to provide an opportunity for girls of similar age, and dissimilar abilities, to participate in an organized softball program.

The organization requires a tremendous amount of community and family support. RRGSA relies on generous sponsorships and donations from the Rose Rich community, which in turn allows us to help offset the cost of running the program by allowing us to minimize player registration fees.  The RRGSA board is also committed to finding enthusiastic Head and Assistant Parent Coaches who believe in our mission of promoting fair play, teamwork, healthy competition, sportsmanship, leadership and the respect of others to the over 600 Rose Rich community youth we serve annually.  
Rose Rich Girls Softball Association is helping build character in each young girl that plays on our fields. It’s been proven over time that girls who participate in organized sports have more self-esteem, score higher on standardized test, and make better grades.  RRGSA and its Board of Directors along with the many volunteer coaches are committed to the development of your child for future success through fun competition!

Softball  Games and Tournaments bring hundreds of people from the Rose Rich community, as well as many surrounding communities, to our beautiful George Park year round.
Volunteers will always be the heart and soul of Rose Rich Girls Softball.  Please help your organization by becoming an active volunteer! Nothing is more vital to an organization than the Volunteer!
RRGSA’s board of Directors consists of volunteers who are committed to providing a positive experience for all of the children who participate in our league. Each year, the RRGSA Board works to organize and administer registrations, team formation, practices, games and facility maintenance. If you are interested in volunteering as a potential member of the RRGSA Board of Directors for next season, please contact the RRGSA President.  

Currently, RRGSA has 3 seasons per year: Fall, Spring and All Stars. 

Division offered currently include: 3-4yr old T-ball (girl and boys), 6U, 8U, 10U, 12U, 14U