Tennis is played at every age and skill level by anyone who can hold a racket, including wheelchair users. It is both a popular recreational game and a worldwide, Olympic-level spectator sport.
Starting in mid-June, Seneca Valley Physical Education teacher Eric Grove will lead Cranberry Township’s own summer tennis program which includes both instructional clinics and camps grouped by age in the Township’s Community Park tennis courts.
Three separate clinics, each with three weekly one-hour sessions, will be available for children 5 to 8, for those 7 to 12, and those 10 to 14 beginning June 14 in Community Park. In addition, three-session Seneca Valley tennis camps for elementary, middle school and high school students will be offered Tuesdays through Thursdays, also starting June 14. Additional weekly offerings of both clinics and camps will be held through early August. Start times vary and are detailed on the Township’s website.
Each camp and clinic carries a program fee of $75, or $78 for non-residents. Online registration is available at either www.Cranberry4FUN.com/Register, by phone at 724-779-4FUN (4386), or in person at the Parks & Recreation Customer Service Desk in the Cranberry Township Municipal Center. Fees are payable at the time of registration.
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