Santa Maria Sun / Sports Short
The following articles were printed from Santa Maria Sun [santamariasun.com] - Volume 14, Issue 43
Still time for tennis
By KRISTINA SEWELL
Ark Tennis will be host to a holiday tennis camp scheduled to run through Jan. 9. Run by Ark Tennis owner/operator Patrick Ortiz, the camp will be held at the Orcutt Junior High School tennis courts.
Kids will have a chance to get some exercise and learn valuable skills for the game of tennis with sessions in beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels. The cost is $30 per session.
There are scholarships available as well as discounts for second and third children of the same family. Rackets are available if needed. Players are asked to wear non-marking tennis shoes and to provide one can of Wilson or Penn balls for each week.
The third and final week of camp runs Jan. 6 to 9.
For registration information or questions, contact Ortiz at 934-9911.
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