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Beatles Live Jam Tennis Social – July 2009
Open House Tennis plus BBQ and a Live Jam at The Clay Courts in Riverview
A Moncton Tri-Community Event Hosted at the Riverview Tennis Club In Collaboration with Turning Points Youth Parent Centre Helping young people who are parents in need of support in difficult times
When: Saturday July 18-2009
What: Open house tennis for all three club members and friends from 2:00 pm on all afternoon – BBQ and fixings for purchase 5:00 pm – live and electric Beatles favorites 6:30 on into the night – socializing and fun for the whole family
Theme: Really Cool Electric Beatles tunes featuring reasonable facsimiles and talented local musicians in a jam format playing on stage at RTC – John Paul George and Ringo are all invited!
Where: Riverview Tennis Club at the bottom of Biggs Drive 386-2030 Riverview just past the Byron Dobson arena, just beside the Moncton Mets ball field but before the Dog Run
The Riverview Tennis Club is pleased to host a live Beatles jam to celebrate the 2009 tennis season with another Tri-Community Moncton tennis social. The event is open to all three tennis clubs, players, friends and families and interested parties across the area. Dieppe Tennis, Moncton Tennis and Riverview Tennis Clubs are all encouraged to come to the party and have some fun. Tennis players are again thrilled to work with Turning Points a local organization dedicated to assisting young people who happen to be a parent with mentoring, access to training and support in difficult times as a partner in the event. A 50/50 draw will be available with proceeds going to Turning Points. There is no cover charge and no court fees for this event.
On Saturday July 18 “Any Time At All” explain to your “Honey Pie” better half “Dear Prudence” or perhaps “Hey Jude” that “I‘ve Got A Feeling” and “Its been a Hard Day As Night” so you want to play tennis. You do not have to go “Across The Universe” or “Back to the USSR” rather just say “Baby You Can Drive My Car” to “ The Long and Winding Road” to “Get Back” to the Clay Courts at the bottom of Biggs Drive. You can also get there by “Yellow Submarine” down the Petitcodiac. You will want to be there “Because” you will have some fun. We know “Happiness is a Warm Tennis Racquet” but “It Won’t Be long” until July 18 and hopefully it won’t “Rain” so be sure and bring your tennis shoes with the “Rubber Sole” and “Meet The Beatles”. Even “Sgt Pepper” and “Long Tall Sally” will be there. Don’t miss this great event to celebrate 2009 Tennis season Sat July 18 – It will be groovy.
Riverview Tennis Club 386-2030 http://www.riverviewtennis.ca
Th Riverview Tennis Club is a actively seeking out Moncton area corporations intersted in collaborating to build the tennis community locally. Under this type of arrangment a special coropate membership rate can apply for employees and families. Group lessons for employees can also be arranged along with wellness programmes tuned to improve the health of particpants. The RTC can also be a venue to hold special corporate events or family days.
A new Riverview Tennis Club newsletter has been published in Aug 2008 and is being circulated to interested parties. The newsletter service can reach anyone’s email inbox if they register on the Web site main menu by selecting the newsletter signup icon. The Web site is www.riverviewtennis.ca
A summary of some health and wellness benefits is available on the RTC web site at www.riverviewtennis.ca under the Good Info menu. A list of the top ten wellness reasons to play tennis is provided.
In addition a few very useful hints around tennis and nutrition are summarized on the same Good Info menu on the Web site. This was elaborated by Jillian one of our tennis instructors and the resisident nutritional expert on staff. She is formally studying the subject at a local university and is positioned to advise club members seeking help around nutrition and tennis.
A cool tennis video explaining clay court tennis at RTC was uploaded to YouTube. The video clip is accessible from the Web site www.riverviewtennis.ca video clips menu and features Nick and Mark on staff at RTC. The music was written and performed by Nick and the script is amusing but informative. It is worth a look. The clip can also be accessed directly on You Tube by searching the keywords Riverview Tennis.
As of August 15, 2008 the Adult membership rate will drop to $50 for the remainder of the season. There is still lots of clay court tennis left
The courts are all up and playing nicely and a full programme is in place for 2008. Memberships are being accepted.