Tenacity, a Boston based tennis organization, is renovating three tennis courts in Boston. We need volunteers! Would be great if could come out on June 14. There will be organized tennis on June 14th at three Boston parks following a community service cleanup. Guaranteed good competition! Come volunteer and than play some serious tennis!
You are guaranteed to have a fun time!
It will be happening on June 14th from 12-4pm. Time commitment is pretty flexible so if you have to come late or leave early, its all good...
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There will be good food and some organized tennis after the remodeling is all done. Plus you will get a free shirt and snacks and water throughout the event!
Tenacity provides character development, literacy enrichment, and tennis opportunities to Boston students. In preparation for this summer's Summer Tennis and Reading Program (STARP), Tenacity will be remodeling three of the STARP sites with Advantage: Boston.
We need volunteers! Advantage: Boston is happening on June 14, from 12-4pm at Carter Park in Roxbury, Ringer Park in Allston/Brighton, and English High Park in Jamaica Plain.
We will be landscaping, painting and constructing!!
Food will be provided and organized tennis will take place afterwards.
If you would like to volunteer please pick which site you would like to be at and what you would like to do.
Bring/Tell your friends!
Hope to see you there!
TenacityCorps Member: Reggie Lewis Center
367 Western Avenue
Brighton, MA 02135
617-562-0902 ext. 6
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