In the months that followed Hurricane Katrina, it became painfully obvious that the City of New Orleans would not be providing recreational opportunities for its children. We saw the need and through the help of Randy Gregson and the Southern Section of the USTA, we started New Orleans Youth Tennis on June 30, 2007.
New Orleans Metropolitan Area Tennis Association – Promoting the development of tennis for all Metropolitan New Orleans area youth and adults. September 23, 2020. Love Tennis?
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New Orleans Metropolitan Area Tennis Association P. O. Box 8553 Metairie, Louisiana 70011-8553
New Orleans Youth Tennis. On April 17th, 2004 the Sun Belt Conference sponsored a free clinic. Players from Louisiana Monroe women's team volunteered to help coach along with NOYT players Gianna St. Julian and Gabrielle Terranova. Board member Gail Cavett volunteered to assist Coach Josh Altschuler and Max Begue.
New Orleans Youth Tennis, Mandeville, Louisiana. 54 likes. NOYT is an organization devoted to giving the young people of New Orleans the opportunity to...
Come be a part of international high performance junior tennis in New Orleans. Join us in our 27th year of serving junior development tennis in the New Orleans community. We pride ourselves at being a different kind of tennis program in NOLA: by hosting exchange students to play with our academy students; bringing UTR Tournament events to the NOLA tennis scene; and by recruiting nationally and internationally recognized coaches.
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New Orleans Youth Tennis is a tennis, racquet sports clubs, league in Mandeville, LA, which was founded in 2010 and has an unknown amount of revenue and number of employees.
The mission of A's & Aces is to provide academic assistance, life skills and tennis to New Orleans public school children and others who seek access to high-quality academic assistance and tennis. This 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization was founded in 2008 with a tennis-based youth development outreach model that seeks to expose and engage many young children to our sport, while retaining those with high interest in competing to be the best they can be in the classroom and on the courts, and ...
As a leader of youth tennis in our tennis community, you are one of 32 readers receiving this first issue of "Youth Tennis New Orleans". Throughout the metropolitan area, thousands of our youth are participating in tennis at all levels and in all parts of the city. As a results, "youth tennis news" is not being covered adequately in the twice monthly Oak Leaf newsletter. (youth tennis will continue to