Toni Boucher has been a source of support for our organization for many years. Her late husband Bud served as treasurer of our board and was fiercely devoted to making sure the Wilton community understood the value of Trackside.
Collectively they have a long history of helping young people in the areas of education, excellence, leadership, confidence building and being of service to the greater community. They believe in hard work and generosity of spirit.
These values also lie at the heart of our efforts at Trackside, which is what led to the creation of THE BOUCHER TEEN LEADERSHIP LEGACY.
You can learn more about this Legacy here
Trackside Teen Center is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization devoted to providing our youth a safe & fun place to socialize with their peers, engage in enriching activites, and enjoy themselves.
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Trackside Teen Center of Wilton and it's programs, camps & special events are not licensed by the CT Office of Early Childhood.
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