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2013 Community Development Award Winners Announced

USTA North Carolina Tennis
State Affilliate of the United States Tennis Association
2709 Henry Street
Greensboro, NC 27405


USTA North Carolina Announces 2013 Community Development Award Winners

GREENSBORO, NC (September 30, 2013) – USTA North Carolina is pleased to announce eight exceptional recipients for its 2013 community development awards. Each year USTA North Carolina honors deserving individuals and organizations during an awards ceremony at its Community Development Workshop, which will be held at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro on Saturday, October 5 at 12:30 p.m.

USTA North Carolina is proud to recognize those who have made outstanding contributions to the promotion and support of tennis in North Carolina. The following people/organizations were selected as the 2013 winners:

NAME OF AWARD

RECIPIENT

Educational Merit Award Given by Buster and Karen Brown

Bill Brown of Fuquay-Varina, NC

USTA League Tennis Local League Coordinator of the Year

Melissa Robertson of Winston-Salem, NC

USTA Jr. Team Tennis Local League Coordinator of the Year

Ken Glanville and Lorraine Norris of Raleigh, NC

USTA League Captain of the Year

Sandy Corpora of Durham, NC

League Volunteer Service Award Given by Omega Sports

Michele Lee of Huntersville, NC

Member Organization of the Year

Lake Norman Tennis Association

Outstanding Parks & Recreation Department Award Given by Metaltek

Apex Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department

 

Tennis truly thrives in North Carolina because of its many dedicated players and supporters. Without the loyalty of players, officials, volunteers, friends and family, tennis would not be in the great shape it is here in North Carolina. USTA North Carolina’s annual awards consist of more than 40 awards, eight of which will be awarded in October. The remaining awards, which range from player of the year honors to sportsmanship awards, will be announced later in the year and are given out at Tennis Weekend in January.

For past winners and more on USTA North Carolina’s awards visit www.nctennis.com/awards.

About USTA North Carolina

USTA North Carolina, a not-for-profit organization, is the state affiliate of the United States Tennis Association in North Carolina. Headquartered in Greensboro, NC and founded in 1973, the singular mission of the organization is to promote and develop the growth of tennis in North Carolina. For more information on USTA North Carolina, please visit www.nctennis.com and follow us on Twitter at @USTA_NC.

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Mary Lloyd Barbera, Director of Marketing, Membership and Special Events
marylloyd@nctennis.com | 336-852-8577 Ext. 105