|Champion Hill programs collect food, shoes to donate|
Two programs in Hendersonville, N.C., have helped raise hundreds of pounds of food and nearly 150 pairs of shoes to donate this year. Lane Evans, Champion Hills Club Director of Tennis and Wellness and NCTA Board Member, has been running the Hit & Giggle 4 Hunger and Soles 4 Souls programs for several years now, and his club continues to give back in a big way.
Find a CTA
USTA North Carolina is pleased that our Community Tennis Associations have realized the benefits of developing their own web sites. To encourage this new communication tool, we are providing links here to these sites.
If you would like for your local Association to have a web presence, ask them to contact the NCTA office. We are happy to help in any way possible.
Racquet Sports Industry "30 Under Thirty" List
The Racquet Sports Industry recently released its inaugural "30 Under Thirty" list of those in the tennis industry who are helping move the industry forward. North Carolina Tennis was well represented.
2013 Raise the Net
The USTA North Carolina Board of Directors passed a historic plan in January of 2011 to impact the growth of Tennis in our state. Due to the ever expanding tennis public in NC, the Board created a special reserve account for 2011 to impact refurbishing public tennis facilities in NC. The Board voted in January of 2013 to continue this plan. This account, along with matching USTA funds, will allow a total investment of up to $200,000 in assistance throughout our state.
2013 Community Development Award Winners Announced
USTA North Carolina Tennis
USTA North Carolina Announces 2013 Community Development Award Winners