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Junior Team Tennis 2018

Starts: April 7th!

If you think you can’t get the sort of thrills that come from being part of a team while playing tennis, you’re wrong.  Jr. Team Tennis is all about capturing the unique joys of playing on a team while playing a singularly great sport. Jr. Team Tennis stages organized
team matches in a friendly, laid-back environment. Here, it’s all about having a good time; the emphasis is on fun, fitness, and the social benefits of the game. It’s a great way to develop your game and develop new friendships at the same time.

Jr. Team Tennis offers kids the opportunity to play on teams in leagues that emphasize fun, fitness and friends.

Kids get involved in a healthy, active sport and they stay involved, because they’re part of a team. As a result, they learn more than tennis, they learn the importance of teamwork while having a ball with their friends.

In tennis terminology, that’s known as a “perfect match.
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For more information and to find a team please contact:

Novice 11 and Under Commissioner:
Tom Horton:  tommy.knowlwood@gmail.com
805 729-0528

14 and Under Intermediate Commissioner:
John Kinsella:  John Kinsella: TenisCrts@aol.com

Cathedral Oaks Athletic Club:
Jake Nelson: jake.nelson@swellclubs.com

Elings Park:
Aaron Webster:  Cansadou@yahoo.com

Santa Barbara Tennis Club:
Hugh Stratman-hugh@sbtennisclub.com

Knowlwood Tennis Club:
Tom Horton:  tommy.knowlwood@gmail.com 805 729-0528

La Cumbre Country Club:
John Kinsella: TenisCrts@aol.com

Muncipal Tennis Facility:
Nancy Wheeler:  nwheeler@santabarbaraca.gov

Santa Barbara Polo and Racquet Club:
Alex Dill: dill@estmont.edu  805 704-9984

Santa Barbara Tennis Club:
Hugh Stratman-hugh@sbtennisclub.com

Schools Program

The Schools Program, sanctioned by the USTA is a grassroots, nationwide program designed to introduce tennis on site to elementary school children. Local area pros work with the PE teachers during the school day or in the A-OK Afterschool program at Cleveland/SBCA.  This Program is made possible with support from the Ed Doty Fund and Remembrance of Ted Smyth and is available to all elementary schools in Carpinteria, Summerland, Santa Barbara and Goleta.  In the last several years the Program has been taught at Adams, Aliso, Canalino, Cleveland, Hope, Elwood, El Camino, Foothill, Harding, Hope, Kellogg, McKinley, Monroe, Monte Vista, Mountain View, Peabody, Roosevelt, Summerland, Vieja Valley, and Washington.home-grid-clinics

In 2015-16 over 6500 school children were exposed to Tennis in Santa Barbara! If your school would like the Patrons to bring tennis there please contact cas@sbtennispatrons.org.

Low Cost Clinics

home-grid-schoolsThe Clinics are low cost and invited to drop-in.  Instructors will teach the kids what the game of tennis is all about. All equipment is provided; just bring yourself and be ready to have fun!

Clinics are held at the following locations:

Where: Municipal Tennis Center
1414 Park Place, Santa Barbara  93103
Co-sponsored by the Santa Barbara Tennis Patrons and SB Parks and Recreation
When: Saturdays-10 am-11:00 pm Ages K thru Second Grade
When:  Saturdays-11:00 am to 12:30 pm – Ages 3rd Grade and Up
Fee: First time FREE, then $7/clinic (financial assistance available)

Where: Carpinteria Community Pool Tennis Courts
5305 Carpinteria Avenue, Carpinteria 93013
When:  Saturdays at 10:00 am
C0-sponsored with Carpinteria Parks and Recreation
Fee: First time FREE, then $7/clinic (financial assistance available)

For more information: cas@sbtennispatrons.org

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Free Summer Mentorship Camp-July 25-29

 

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The “SB Aces” aka SB Tennis Patrons Mentors/Community Service Youth Group will be in full stride this summer!

Summer Junior Tennis Mentorship Program
Introduction to Tennis
“The Sport for a Lifetime”

  • Where:  San Marcos High School
  • When:  July 25-29, 2016
  • Time:  Monday thru Friday 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
  • Who:  2nd – 8th graders2015MC1

Here is your opportunity to learn basic tennis skills and meet new friends. Mentors from the area High schools will be mentoring the campers along with onsite Tennis Coaches.  This program is for the novice student to experience a new and exciting sport.  Rackets and necessary equipment will be provided. This camp is FREE. 

50 students will be accepted based on financial need and desire.

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Please fill out attach application and Release form and mail to:

SB Tennis Patrons
PO Box 3886
Santa Barbara, CA  93130

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A Mentor will be contacting you by July 14th with more details.

CathyAnn Simon, Executive Director
cas@sbtennispatrons.org      805.680.3870

 

NJTL Summer Youth Tennis Clinic

 

 

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NJTL Summer Youth Tennis Clinic

When: July 6 – August 17, 2016
Times: 9:00 am to 10:15 am
Days: Mondays, Wednesday & Fridays
Where: Municipal Tennis Courts 1414 Park Place, SB 93103
Cost: $10 for 6 Week Session
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Program provides kids with instruction with an emphasis in learning the basic tennis skills, having fun and sportsmanship! Racquets Provided!

Registration: There is a $10.00 registration fee to help cover some of the program expenses. Please make check payable to NJTL and fill out form on first day of session. Scholarships are available.
Information: cas@sbtennispatrons.org

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Santa Barbara Tennis Patrons Annual Meeting

Randy Moharram Receives the Patrons Leadership Award in appreciation for his outstanding effort leading the tradition of the SBCC Men’s Tennis Program now and years to come!
A Year in Review!  (Video by Andrew Tebbe) Click Here to View Video

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Renee Handley:
Community Service Award
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Elsa Fryer:
Special Olympian Athlete of the Year