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1. NJTL Kids Day Golden Gate Park Tennis Center

USTA NORTHERN CALIFORNIA. NJTL KIDS DAY. Sponsored by: KAISER. NZ. PERMANENTE@ thrlve. Thursday, August 11th - 8:30am - 2:30pm ...

August 11 at Golden Gate Park Tennis Complex in San Francisco,  many adults and high school volunteers set up for the National Junior Tennis League (NJTL) Kids Day.

Hundreds of kids, ages 5-18, spent the day playing and celebrating the end of summer at one of the most historic public tennis facilities in Northern California.

Professional players such as Rosie Casals and Peanut Louie spent hundreds of hours on the same Golden Gate Park tennis courts. Could one of the current NJTL players make it to the professional ranks, like Rosie and Peanut did? Only time will tell.

With the help of sponsors, Kaiser Permanente and Sports Basement, USTA NorCal and YTA help host the annual NJTL Kids Day that provides a venue where young people thrive and learn to do their best.

350+ kids and 50 coaches/volunteers participated in the NorCal NJTL Kidsí day and we look forward to next yearís event.

2.  San Mateo  Elementary School--USTA Quick Start Tennis Program May 2011   


3. USTA Kids  SmashZone Kids  Tennis  San Mateo County Fair June 17-19 2011


The US Tennis Association SmashZone, the premiere fan interactive attraction at the US Open, will be stopping at the San Mateo County Fair and will be open to the public June 17th, 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm and on June 19th, 11:00 am - 5:00 pm.

SmashZone Mobile includes a 53-foot trailer, which anchors four kid-sized tennis courts for youth play and is a complement to the USTA's ongoing youth participation initiative, 10 and Under Tennis.

The trailer, which is handicap accessible, will feature interactive activities for visitors, including a Tennis Magazine Green Screen Cover Shoot, Wii Tennis and Touch Screen Kiosks. The kiosks will allow the public to find a facility in their area offering 10 and Under Tennis programming, and also will afford them the opportunity to design their own racquet (from an array of colors, frames, grips and strings), to become a USTA member, and to sign up for the Home Court Championship Sweepstakes, in which the USTA is giving away a tennis kit every day through the conclusion of the US Open. In addition, SmashZone will allow participants to try their skills on any of the four 10 and Under Courts, which will feature games such as "Champion of the Court" and a Target Challenge. All of the courts are made of Sport Court's high-performance PowerGame modular playing surface.



Tennis, public relations, fitness: Volunteers needs are on-court trainers/coaches, people knowledgeable about USTA local programs especially the new 10 and Under Tennis, greeters, prize distribution and other duties as assigned.



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