Amador Junior Tennis Town Hall
Thursday, January 18th, 2007 at 6pm
Jackson Civic Center
Refreshments will be served

Many of you have requested additional youth tennis programs as follow up to the tennis clinic(s) your child(ren) attended. In response to this request, Amador Tennis Club and the United States Tennis Association are ready to offer Amador's first ever “6-Tennis” – Junior Team Tennis League. All we need are some young tennis enthusiasts and a little help from you! The Junior Team Tennis League is a local level of play for beginner and novice players. The program is called “6-Tennis” because the format calls for 6 teammates, 6 games, and 60 minutes of play on match days. It is a community-based and volunteer-driven entry-level league for juniors of various ages. Administrators, coaches and officials are all volunteers. The instruction/coaching will follow the Game-Based Approach to teaching children the game of tennis. While we've been privileged to sponsor other tennis opportunities in the past, this is the first time our youth will have the chance to play team tennis in a league format. We think it will greatly enhance the sense of the game, and provide the impetus to continue in this life-long sport.

This fun and informational evening will feature local ATC and USTA representatives, along with USTA NorCal junior tennis specialists Jim Coyne and Gabe Zeldin. Come with your questions and curiosity – and learn how you can help bring Junior Team Tennis League play to the children of Amador County this spring.

For more information please call:

Rosalie Pryor Escamilla
Community Tennis Coordinator


Neil Carlson
Vice President
Amador Tennis Club

We look forward to seeing you at the Tennis Town Hall on January 18th!

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