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Lion tennis summer offerings keep growing

Howard discusses all of the options in the coming months
It seems like the Lion Tennis Center has more options to offer local youth with every new arrival of the summer season.
“Last summer was our first one without the swimming pool and it was a big change, but the turnout was still good,” said coach Keith Howard.
The biggest news for the 2009 summer is the changes to the Lion Summer Camp and the Lion Tennis Academy. Both events have been shortened from a daily perspective, but they’re also considerably less expensive and will be offered much more frequently throughout the summer. With the shorter daily activities, lunch is no longer offered.
“Last year it was tough for some kids to find a session that came at the right time for them with all of their other stuff going on,” Howard said.
The Lion Summer Camp is for beginner to intermediate-level players. It’s essentially an intro to the basic skills of tennis with some organized tennis games, as well.
One four-day session, from 9-10:30 a.m. daily, costs $30. There will be eight sessions available with the first one set for June 15 and the final one getting under way on August 3.

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