Volume III Issue 12| December 2018
2018 was a VERY good year for tennis
HIGHLIGHTS FROM 2018

4200 participants in 160 events
45 high school players in two RCS tournaments.
16 adults register for www.trytennis.net.
8 resurfaced courts in Eden and Reidsville. 
7 summer partners connect tennis & education.
6 grants provided over $19,000 in funding.
3 new members join RCTA Board of Directors.
GIVING TUESDAY, November 27

We raised $900 towards our Giving Tuesday goal of $2000 to support our after School Kids Tennis Club program in 2019. Can you help us reach the finish line?
JANUARY GROUP CLINICS
f or Middle and High School players
January 5, 12, 19, 27
WR YMCA indoor courts, Mayodan

G roup tennis clinics with Coach Bitrus Istifanus for middle and high school players begin on Saturday, January 5. This program is supported by Xerox Foundation. Registration is required. 
TRY PLAY for Beginner Adults
age 16-adult
WR YMCA indoor Courts, Mayodan
Sundays in January, 1:30-3p
$5 per player

Are you a beginner player (Try Tennis perhaps) ready for the next step - fun casual match play? Click below for more information.
USTA MEN'S COMBO TEAM

Led by Captain Garland Hilliard, Rockingham County's 40&Over Mens 6.5 Combo team won the Piedmont League 10-0 and went 3-3 in Combo State Championship play in Wilmington. Congratulations!
CTA SPOTLIGHT on www.usta.com

RCTA is one of the six community tennis associations (CTAs) featured on the National USTA CTA web page.
NET GENERATION.
The Ball is in your court.
Take a swing, take a shot, try it out, take a chance. Play tennis! Sign your kids up for Net Generation, the official youth tennis of the USTA.