Youth Organizations

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The Town of Clarksville is home to many different youth leadership or recreational organizations which serve local youth.  See below for more information about our various community programs and organizations.

BSA Troop 4010

Boy Scout Troop 4010 was originally chartered to Morton Memorial Church in 1929, then moved to St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church in 2009. The Clarksville Town Council voted to take over as the charter organization for the Troop beginning in 2021.  Scouts BSA is the traditional Scouting experience where boys and girls can have their share of adventure in the great outdoors.  Learn More

Clarksville Youth Council

Founded in March 2022, the Clarksville Youth Council is an advisory body composed of local youth which provides advice and counsel to the Clarksville Town Council. Clarksville’s Youth Council is made up of eight members, with two students from each of the following schools: Clarksville High School, Providence High School, Jeffersonville High School, and Silver Creek High School.  Learn More

Clarksville Little League

Founded in 1939, Little League Baseball and Softball is the world’s largest organized youth sports program, with millions of players across the country.  Clarksville’s Little League operates at the fields located in Gateway Park, with programs open to kids ages 5-16.  The Challenger League also offers a program for special needs players of all ages who enjoy the game of baseball. Learn More

New Groups Coming Soon

More local youth organizations will be added soon.  If your group would like to be listed, please email us at