Cockeysville Community  Chess Center 2019-2020

Cockeysville Recreation Council Sponsored By CRC Summer Chess Camp Programs



Cockeysville Middle School

10301 Greenside Drive 21030


The Cockeysville Community Chess Center is designed to provide a place for people of all ages to come and play chess. It will
be held at Cockeysville Middle School in the Cafeteria on selected Fridays throughout the year from 7:00 - 9:30. Play standard
chess, quick chess, blitz, bughouse, and more. Make connections with other chess players in the community. The center will
be open to individuals and families, youth and adults.


Program Dates (subject to change): 

                Session 1 (Fall/Winter):   9/13, 9/27, 10/11, 10/18, 11/01, 11/15, 12/06, 12/20   (DONE)          

                Session 2 (Spring):          1/17, 1/31, 2/14, 2/28, 3/13, 3/27, 5/01, 5/22


Two Ways to Participate:             ~ Pay as you go ($5.00 per week)

                                                          ~ Pay for the full session ($30.00)



Participants should bring their own sets if they have them. Some sets and clocks will be available for use.
Food or drink donations are welcome each week.


9 a.m. – 3 p.m., Mon – Fri at 
Cockeysville Middle School
Session 1: (1 week)     (Entering Grades 2-9)
Session 2: (2 weeks) --- Expanded Instruction and Additional Activities (Entering Grades 3-10)
Make your move this summer with chess!  These camps are designed to teach and develop the game of chess with a strong foundation of the game’s fundamentals. Instruction is included on rules, tactics, strategy, end games, and opening development of pieces.  Camp instructors include Senior Master William “The Exterminator” Morrison, Master Arkadiy Frenkel, Chess Coach, Lee Thomassen, and Cockeysville Middle School Chess Coach, Glenn Segal.
Registration Donation:     Session 1: $200 (1 week)       Session 2:  $375.00 for (2 weeks)       Both Sessions:  $550 (3 weeks)
(Contact Glenn Segal for Family Discounts for Equipment Discounts — (using own set)
Program Includes:  
      Highly qualified instruction for all different levels (beginner, intermediate, and advanced)
      Strategy/Tactics Sessions Game Analysis Daily Games (formal and informal)
      Adult/Child Tournament Recreation Activities Special Events…and more!!!
Every Participant Receives
    Instruction  (group and individual)     Free board, bag and pieces Pizza Lunch on last day
    Daily snacks and drinks                         Score book and Tee shirt
***Participants will need to bring their own lunches daily.
Register early!! – limited enrollment (36 Participants each session)
Low student/instructor ratio.  
For questions, email glennsegal@msn.com
The Baltimore Co. Dept. of Recreation and Parks does not provide background checks on volunteers.  Should you require special accommodations (i.e. sign language interpreter, etc.) Please give as much notice as possible by calling the Rec. Office at 410-887-7734 or the Therapeutic Office at 410-887-5370 (voice), or 410-887-5319 (TTY/Deaf) This program is designed to provide a healthy and enjoyable leisure experience for your child.  However, this is not a licensed childcare program and is not designed to provide child care.  Therefore, parents are encouraged to discuss attendance expectations with their children. Department staff cannot detain youth wishing to leave at any time.