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Hangtown Tennis Clinic taking signups

By From page A7 | May 15, 2013

The Hangtown Women’s Tennis Club is hosting its annual Junior Tennis Clinic June 3-7 at Union Mine High School.

The popular coed clinic for those aged 12-18, will be the club’s 27th. The Hangtown Women’s Tennis Club’s current president is Beth Beyer.

“The clinic’s chief aim is to encourage tennis amongst the area youth,” Beyer said.

Hangtown Clinic Director Martha Downing and staff will oversee the week-long tennis clinic designed for beginners to low intermediates to high intermediates to advanced players. Downing is a certified tennis professional and former Director of Tennis at Millennium Sports Club El Dorado in Shingle Springs.

The clinic will be separated into beginners/low intermediates from 8:30 to 10 a.m. and high intermediates/advanced between 10 a.m. and 11:30. The first group will be taught tennis basics while the 10 a.m. group will hone their already learned skills

The cost for the week is $25 (payable to Hangtown Women’s Tennis Club) and $15 for a sibling which can be sent to Martha Downing, 4580 Barnett Ranch Rd, Shingle Springs, CA 95682.

Cost includes a t-shirt. Racquets and balls will be provided. Participants are asked to bring their own water.

To register or for more information, contact Downing at 530-677-5318 or [email protected] Those interested are encouraged to register by May 27.

Democrat Staff

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