Tennis group offers free day
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Tennis players celebrate after a match at the Brattleboro Outing Club.
Tennis players celebrate after a match at the Brattleboro Outing Club.
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BRATTLEBORO- The Brattleboro Outing Club is offering a free Labor Day mixer and barbecue that will be fun for the whole family. Instructors will arrange tennis doubles matches for anyone of any age and skill level who wants to play. This event is a fun activity for anyone with an interest in tennis, and especially for parents who are looking for fun and healthy activities for the children. The event will be held on Monday, September 2, at the BOC Tennis Community at 202 Cedar Street from 10 am to 2 pm.

The grill will be offering free hamburgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers, and soft drinks.

This is also a great way to find out more about the BOC Tennis Community. BOC Tennis is a volunteer-run organization whose purpose is to provide a resource to Brattleboro and surrounding towns in the form of tennis, recreation, and fun. Anyone can join and there is no waiting list.

The club boasts six of the nicest red clay courts in New England, an extensive complement of summer camps, and opportunities for both competitive and casual play. Details at brattleborooutingclub.org.

Contact Julia Chase at brattleborotennis@gmail.com or (802) 380-1964 or committee chair Hyam Siegel at hbs1001@gmail.com or (802) 257-0691 with any questions.
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