First Serve to offer free tennis clinics during spring for all ages, levels
First Serve Foundation will offer six weeks of free tennis clinics beginning Friday at Polk County High School for players of any ages and skill levels
First Serve Foundation will offer six weeks of free tennis clinics beginning Friday at Polk County High School for players of any ages and skill levels.
All members of the community are urged to participate in the clinics, which are scheduled to run March 23-April 27.
Players 12 and under can attend sessions each Friday from 4:30-5:30 p.m. The 12-and-under clinic will include games, fun drills and other activities to help introduce the game to participants.
Players older than 12 can attend sessions each Friday from 5:30-6:30 p.m. These sessions will be more focused on learning the game and helping foster a sense of community.
First Serve notes that the ages are guidelines and encourages those interested to attend the session in which they feel most comfortable. Rackets and balls will be provided, though those already owning a racket are encouraged to bring it.
First Serve hopes to help tennis flourish in the area with the clinics. No matter your experience level, First Serve encourages everyone to participate.
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