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Tennis BC Community Update

Mar 04, 2020
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Girls in Action Wheelchair Event

Surrey, BC – The BC Wheelchair Sports Association visited the Girls in Action program, hosted at the L.A. Matheson School on February 19th. The girls started off the day with a challenging balloon relay, which served as both a phenomenal warmup and a chair mobility exercise. Once comfortable, the girls gave it their best and tried the extremely challenging sport of wheelchair tennis. Tennis BC would like to thank the BC Wheelchair Sports Association, and Provincial Coach Sarah Hunter, for providing the girls with an action-packed day full of fun activities, while also sharing her story of courage, and overcoming adversity with the power of friends and family!

Funding for this year’s Girls in Action program is provided by the fundraising campaign during last summer’s Odlum Brown VanOpen.

Click here to see more photos from this exciting event!

Olympic Day at the Richmond Olympic Oval

Richmond, BC – Over 1500 students from Richmond schools enjoyed fun tennis activities and challenges at Olympic Day on February 21st. The event was held at the Richmond Olympic Oval to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics. Tennis BC would like to thank it’s volunteers Annie Ayre, Dominic Fung, Ray Miya, Alan Rohr, Robbie Rohr, Michelle Delory, Linda Erikson, Rosanna Ho, Phil Dacre, and Curtis Austin for their seemingly endless energy, and for providing each child with a positive, fun experience. We truly couldn’t have accomplished what we did without such a phenomenal group of volunteers!

The fun doesn’t stop here – click here to see more photos from Olympic Day!