Contacts & Location
Wolfville Tennis Club
7 Victoria Avene
P.O. Box 2591
Wolfville, Nova Scotia
President: Boyd Jagoe
Past President: Bob Hainstock
Vice-President: Dave Lang
Secretary: Wil Van Gestel
Treasurer: Alan Miller
Membership: Beth McPhee
Junior Development: Dave Lang
Member-at-Large: Scott Aikman
Member-at-Large: Lars Kampe
Tournaments / Rules: Wilson Lu
Website: Bob Hainstock
Equipment / Facilities: Scott Aikman
Singles Ladder League Diana Baldwin
Ball Machine: Jun Song
Inter Club: Bob Hainstock
Men's / Ladies' Nights: Dave Lang
Pro Instructor Gabe Girard
Free Introductory Lessons For Tennis
Adults in the region are being offered free beginners lessons for tennis. The group lessons will be taught June 28 and 30, with two groups each night at 6 and 7 p.m.. The program is being co-ordinated by provincially accredited instructors from the Wolfville Tennis Club and will take place on the courts at Rotary Park in Wolfville.
Group lessons for new players will also be held in July, with six evenings of lessons for a small fee of $60 per player.
Racquets can be provided. Non-marking shoes are required.
“Tennis is one of the most socially enjoyable activities for adults and also has huge long-term health benefits according to several international studies,” says Boyd Jagoe, president of the WTC, which has been sponsoring these free teaching clinics for several years.
“We have seen a fantastic upgrading and expansion of Valley tennis facilities in the past decade, but also know that everyone enjoys tennis so much more if they get proper instruction at the start.”
Individuals should indicate interest by emailing the WTC at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate your name, age, and email and phone contact information. Also indicate whether you wish to be included in the same group as other friends, family, or neighbors.
The start times and group size will depend on the number of players who register. Everyone will receive approximately 90-120 minutes of group instruction during the two weeks.
President Jagoe emphasized that participants do not have to be members of the tennis club, or reside in a particular area of the county. He also announced that the WTC would offer progressive low-cost group lessons through the summer, to new players or players who have been away from the game for many years and wish to brush up on techniques and tactics.
For further information, contact:
Boyd Jagoe, email@example.com
Bob Hainstock, firstname.lastname@example.org