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WHO:  Boys & Girls, 4th-8th Grade Students, all levels

TIME: 2:30-4:30, 7th-8th Graders           3:30-5:00, 4th-6th Graders

DATES: Begins 2nd week in September for 4 weeks, Monday/Wednesdays

WHAT: The after school program is to work on a specific skill a week. Week one will focus on forehands, week two will focus on serves, week three will focus on overheads and volleys, while the final week have some skill competitions with all the the skills we worked on in the past three sessions. Along with these skill developments we will be having match play on the second day of the week.

Along with all the tennis we are also providing homework help to our students to make sure they not only excel on the courts but in the class room as well. We're always looking for volunteers to help with our afterschool programs. Contact info@leecta.com, if interested.

WHERE: Lee High School Tennis Courts which has 6 courts so we have plenty of space! 

These programs are FREE & open to all students in Lee & the surrounding towns.
Coaches, players and others: Please feel free to contact us re our Fall programs info@leecta.com.  
WHO: Boys & Girls, Middle & High School Students, varsity or intermediate/advance players.  Generally we're looking for experienced players.....HOWEVER, if you think you'd like to play Varsity Tennis next spring, we welcome your participation and will work with you to help get you ready.
WHEN: 3:15-5:00PM, Tuesdays & Thursdays,  THROUGHOUT THE FALL, weather permitting
WHAT: For those students not playing a fall sport, join us to develop skills in preparation for spring Varsity tennis. Skill building drills and match play.   
WHERE: Six Lee High School Tennis Courts
WHY: Combined with the Saturday Drop-In Tennis, you could have 3 days of competitive tennis and practice! 
WHEN: 9:30-11:30, Saturdays, starting 2nd week in September, THROUGHOUT THE FALL, weather permitting

WHAT: Free Drop-In Tennis 

WHERE: Six Lee High School Tennis Courts

WHY: This program is excellent for varsity players or middle school intermediate/advanced players who don't want their skills to degrade over the year. It's also a great opportunity to try the sport on for size if you think maybe you'd like to participate in the high school's spring tennis program. Players can drill their volleys, overheads, serving and ground strokes, but primarily this is an opportunity to play without instruction. Some of the area's best players will be there as well as others entirely new to the sport!