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Summer Camps and JTT Info

Posted Sun Apr 17th, 2016 8:04:PM

Summer is closely approaching which means great weather and of course, TENNIS!  In most recent summers, there has only been only one tennis camp (with 2 sessions each day) around the first or second week of June.  However, this year we are offering 7 summer tennis camps (2 sessions each day) throughout the summer!!  Yes, you read that right 7 camps!  There are a few things changing with summer camps this year as well.  Historically, the summer camp had two sessions each day based on ability.  Typically the morning was reserved for beginners and the afternoon was intended for intermediate/advanced.  This year, sessions are open to all players regardless of ability.  Also, the camp had previously been open to just High School players.  This year we are opening it up to players of all ages.  Finally, the biggest change is we are welcoming those who think 3 hours of tennis just isn't enough for them.  Therefore, you are welcomed to sign up for both sessions in a week to get the most hitting and practice in as possible.  Lunch will be provided to those who wish to attend both sessions in a week.   In addition to the summer camps Junior Team Tennis will also be offered for the first time here at the Rock Canyon Tennis courts.  Junior Team Tennis is a fun, competitive team-based program. Rock Canyon teams compete against teams from other clubs in the Denver area on Mondays throughout the Summer. The teams will have two practices per week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12pm to 1:30 pm while matches will be held on Mondays.  All players interested in JTT must sign up beforeThursday, April 28th.  There will be a mandatory clinic (to place players based on abilities into JTT teams) and a mandatory parent meeting following the clinic on April 30th.  Players will need to attend the clinic beginning at 11:30am on Saturday, April...[MORE]

Tennis Service Opportunity

Posted Wed Jan 28th, 2015 12:53:PM

TGA Premier Youth Tennis of Douglas County will offer after-school tennis enrichment classes in 13 schools throughout Douglas County, mainly in Highlands Ranch, Lone Tree, Parker, and Castle Pines.  Volunteers are needed as assistant coaches which will count toward community credit hours. Classes start after school is over and last one hour.  Each school has class once a week for six weeks or eight weeks at a time and most schools run two sessions a season. There is a need for assistant coaches who can drive to the schools, help setup (30 minutes prior to class), assist the head coach during class (1 hour), and pack up (15 minutes). Some classes have already started but the majority of lessons begin the week of February 23rd.  There will also be week long camps during the summer and spring break where you can vounteer. In you are interested in volunteering to earn community service hours, please use the following form to sign up. click here to sign up