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TENNIS EVERYONE!

January 16, 2007 03:25 AM


WATERTOWN SERVES UP TOWN HALL MEETING TO INTRODUCE NEW TENNIS PROGRAM AND TENNIS ASSOCIATION
 
(Tennis enthusiasts and community leaders are encouraged to attend.)
 
Indianapolis, In. – Join the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Midwest Section in Watertown, Wisconsin, at Watertown Senior & Community Center at 7:00 p.m. on January 23, 2007, to announce Brookfield’s selection as one of its 20 pilot cities to implement a new USTA Jr. Team Tennis program and USTA Jr. Team Tennis Association.
 
The USTA Jr. Team Tennis program will be offered to children 10 years of age and under.   USTA Jr. Team Tennis is a junior recreational league consisting of more than 50,000 participants across the country.  In the USTA/Midwest Section, there are currently 14,000 youth participating in the program.
 
In USTA Jr. Team Tennis, the team concept emphasizes fun, fitness, and friends.  USTA Jr. Team Tennis is a multi-week program of team practice and match play for boys and girls, ages 6 to 18, who want to play tennis on teams. Teams are comprised of players of similar age and skill, and they compete against other teams from the same local area in various age divisions.
 
In addition, a USTA Jr. Team Tennis Association is being formed, and will consist of key community volunteers and area coordinators managing the new program.  An emphasis will be placed on creating parent and coach relationships within the associations.  The association is currently seeking volunteer coaches, parents, tennis enthusiasts, and other interested individuals.
 
 “The USTA/Midwest Section is excited to work with the Watertown community and establish a USTA Jr. Team Tennis program and USTA Jr. Team Tennis Association,” said USTA/Midwest Section Junior Teams Coordinator Chad Docktor.  “The new program will introduce more youth to the lifetime sport of tennis, and the association will play a vital role in its success.” 
 
Currently, the USTA/Midwest Section exceeds 78,000 individual members and approximately 1,000 member organizations.  It is the second largest section of the United States Tennis Association, the National Governing Body for tennis in the U.S.  The USTA/Midwest Section is composed of 14 districts in the following states:  Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin as well as several counties in West Virginia and Kentucky.  The USTA/Midwest Section offers recreational and competitive tennis for individuals of all ages and abilities.  For more information, visit the USTA/Midwest Section at www.midwest.usta.com
 
Contact: Linda Freedman for more information, USTA/Midwest/Wisconsin, 414-352-9728 or LSSF1@aol.com
 

NEENAH SERVES UP TOWN HALL MEETING TO INTRODUCE NEW TENNIS PROGRAM AND TENNIS ASSOCIATION
 
(Tennis enthusiasts and community leaders are encouraged to attend.)
 
Indianapolis, In. – Join the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Midwest Section in Neenah, Wisconsin, at Neenah City Hall at 7:00 p.m. on January 24, 2007, to announce Neenah’s selection as one of its 20 pilot cities to implement a new USTA Jr. Team Tennis program and USTA Jr. Team Tennis Association.
 
The USTA Jr. Team Tennis program will be offered to children 10 years of age and under.   USTA Jr. Team Tennis is a junior recreational league consisting of more than 50,000 participants across the country.  In the USTA/Midwest Section, there are currently 14,000 youth participating in the program.
 
In USTA Jr. Team Tennis, the team concept emphasizes fun, fitness, and friends.  USTA Jr. Team Tennis is a multi-week program of team practice and match play for boys and girls, ages 6 to 18, who want to play tennis on teams. Teams are comprised of players of similar age and skill, and they compete against other teams from the same local area in various age divisions.
 
In addition, a USTA Jr. Team Tennis Association is being formed, and will consist of key community volunteers and area coordinators managing the new program.  An emphasis will be placed on creating parent and coach relationships within the associations.  The association is currently seeking volunteer coaches, parents, tennis enthusiasts, and other interested individuals.
 
 “The USTA/Midwest Section is excited to work with the Neenah community and establish a USTA Jr. Team Tennis program and USTA Jr. Team Tennis Association,” said USTA/Midwest Section Junior Teams Coordinator Chad Docktor.  “The new program will introduce more youth to the lifetime sport of tennis, and the association will play a vital role in its success.”
 
Currently, the USTA/Midwest Section exceeds 78,000 individual members and approximately 1,000 member organizations.  It is the second largest section of the United States Tennis Association, the National Governing Body for tennis in the U.S.  The USTA/Midwest Section is composed of 14 districts in the following states:  Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin as well as several counties in West Virginia and Kentucky.  The USTA/Midwest Section offers recreational and competitive tennis for individuals of all ages and abilities.  For more information, visit the USTA/Midwest Section at www.midwest.usta.com.  
 
Contact: Erika Wentz, USTA/Midwest Section Wisconsin Tennis Service Representative, 317-333-3556 or erika@midwest.usta.com
 

BROOKFIELD SERVES UP TOWN HALL MEETING TO INTRODUCE NEW TENNIS PROGRAM AND TENNIS ASSOCIATION
 
(Tennis enthusiasts and community leaders are encouraged to attend.)
 
Indianapolis, In. – Join the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Midwest Section in Brookfield, Wisconsin, at Brookfield City Hall (multi-purpose room) at 7:00 p.m. on January 25, 2007, to announce Brookfield’s selection as one of its 20 pilot cities to implement a new USTA Jr. Team Tennis program and USTA Jr. Team Tennis Association.
 
The USTA Jr. Team Tennis program will be offered to children 10 years of age and under.   USTA Jr. Team Tennis is a junior recreational league consisting of more than 50,000 participants across the country.  In the USTA/Midwest Section, there are currently 14,000 youth participating in the program.
 
In USTA Jr. Team Tennis, the team concept emphasizes fun, fitness, and friends.  USTA Jr. Team Tennis is a multi-week program of team practice and match play for boys and girls, ages 6 to 18, who want to play tennis on teams. Teams are comprised of players of similar age and skill, and they compete against other teams from the same local area in various age divisions.
 
In addition, a USTA Jr. Team Tennis Association is being formed, and will consist of key community volunteers and area coordinators managing the new program.  An emphasis will be placed on creating parent and coach relationships within the associations.  The association is currently seeking volunteer coaches, parents, tennis enthusiasts, and other interested individuals.
 
 “The USTA/Midwest Section is excited to work with the Brookfield community and establish a USTA Jr. Team Tennis program and USTA Jr. Team Tennis Association,” said USTA/Midwest Section Junior Teams Coordinator Chad Docktor.  “The new program will introduce more youth to the lifetime sport of tennis, and the association will play a vital role in its success.” 
 
Currently, the USTA/Midwest Section exceeds 78,000 individual members and approximately 1,000 member organizations.  It is the second largest section of the United States Tennis Association, the National Governing Body for tennis in the U.S.  The USTA/Midwest Section is composed of 14 districts in the following states:  Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin as well as several counties in West Virginia and Kentucky.  The USTA/Midwest Section offers recreational and competitive tennis for individuals of all ages and abilities.  For more information, visit the USTA/Midwest Section at www.midwest.usta.com
 
Contact: Erika Wentz, USTA/Midwest Section Wisconsin Tennis Service Representative, 317-333-3556 or erika@midwest.usta.com

 

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