WATA celebrates 10 years of youth tennis


The WATA 10 and under players and coaches, along with WATA officials, were presented a cake for WATA programs 10 year anniversary.


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Wilmington Area Tennis Association (WATA) officials Steve Reed, Cathy Fay and Jim Rhinehart along with USTA Midwest representative Jim Amick celebrated the 10 year anniversary of the WATA program.


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The Wilmington Area Tennis Association is celebrating its 10th year. Last week, Jim Amick and Peggy Knasel of the USTA Midwest delivered a cake for the WATA 10 and under players and coaches. They also presented a sign for the WATA program to display on the court. Amick is the USTA Midwest director of sales, industry relations and client services. Knasel is the USTA Midwest Junior Team Tennis Coordinator.

The WATA 10 and under players and coaches, along with WATA officials, were presented a cake for WATA programs 10 year anniversary.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/06/web1_TN_watagroup-1.jpgThe WATA 10 and under players and coaches, along with WATA officials, were presented a cake for WATA programs 10 year anniversary.Courtesy Photos

Wilmington Area Tennis Association (WATA) officials Steve Reed, Cathy Fay and Jim Rhinehart along with USTA Midwest representative Jim Amick celebrated the 10 year anniversary of the WATA program.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/06/web1_TN_watafour-1.jpgWilmington Area Tennis Association (WATA) officials Steve Reed, Cathy Fay and Jim Rhinehart along with USTA Midwest representative Jim Amick celebrated the 10 year anniversary of the WATA program. Courtesy Photos