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Tennis Racket and Ball

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Our Mission

To promote and expand the game of tennis in the greater Skagit Valley area. Thereby achieving long term health, the learning of teamwork, the value of exercise, and a healthy lifestyle.

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Spring Swing 2024

Thirty kids from across the Skagit Valley attended Spring Swing - the SVTA's one week beginning tennis camp.  Fun was had by all as James Matson led over 30 kids and 12 volunteers in drills, games and contests.  This is the second beginners camp that SVTA has hosted and we look forward to continuing this wonderful low-cost opportunity for kids to pick up a racquet and learn some basic tennis skills.


Volunteers included: James Matson, Elaine Dixon, Ellen Gray, John Verdoes, Remy Pappas, Nikko Vintonyak, Yesenia Gonzalez-Perez, Irelynnd Sproul, Cally Holden, Bryan Benson, Hadyn Bowler and Loni Hinton.

 Successful Children of the Valley
Tennis Enrichment Program

 This fall Skagit Valley Tennis Association collaborated with Children of the Valley to implement a first ever tennis enrichment program. USTA Pacific North West provided a $1000 grant to support the program. Program Director Natalie Scammell introduced 15 elementary age children to tennis over eight weeks. Volunteers from the MV Bulldog High School tennis program, Sophia Greshiskin, Samantha Stewart and Farah Briseno, helped to implement the program. "I really enjoyed working with the kids and seeing how much fun they had learning a new sport. I want to thank everyone who helped make this possible and hope the program continues to be available for these incredible kids!" said Natalie Scammell, program director.

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