Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Summer Schedule

Yes, friends and interested onlookers, it's that time again. Time to get the social media arm of Bethany Christian tennis fired back up. Time to drop some knowledge and prepare for a new season. But first, time for the schedule!

Here's a copy of the schedule I sent recently in an email to you... like I say, "Hope to see you (on the courts) soon!"


#1 - Team Camp
This is our biggest summer event. This happens the week of July 16-20. We are planning to go to Angola for that week, staying overnight at the church that I grew up going to. The cost of Team Camp is simply the money that it will take to cover your food. Typically this runs around $100, as we have to pay for between 7-9 meals. During this week we play tennis twice a day, play other silly games together as a team, go swimming at my parent's pool, hang out at the church and play video games and many other fun activities (hide-and-go-seek, dodgeball, etc.) We also have time set aside daily for team devotional time, prayer, and unity building. We will leave Bethany at 7:30 AM on July 16 and return at 2:00 on July 20. We hope all of you can come! Email me if you have questions.

#2 - Team Open Courts
Open courts this summer will be on Mondays from 4:00-6:00 PM. These times will function as team practices, sharpening skills and preparing for the season.

#3 - Daily Play
Because reptition and practice is important in tennis, I want to make the courts open for play each day of the week. Himal King, a senior on our team, is taking responsibility for these days and will be at the courts each weekday from 4:00-6:00 PM. This is simply a chance to play and enjoy competition, though I will often be there to provide some individual instruction as well. It is very informal, but an opportunity nonetheless! I hope you are all planning on having a wonderful summer break, and I hope it includes some tennis too! I'm really looking forward to a great season next fall. Hope to see many of you soon!

Grace and Peace,

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