"Players With Special Needs, Volunteers Build Bond Through Tennis"
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Congratulation to President & Founder, Beth Gibson and all those involved with our Columbus Buddy Up Tennis location! Ken Gordon from the Columbus Dispatch recently visited a clinic and wrote a very nice article featured in last week's news: "Nonprofit brings kids with Down syndrome together for tennis, fun!"
Congratulations to all those involved with our Dayton, Ohio Buddy Up Tennis Location! They were recently featured in a Dayton Daily News promotional article.
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On September 10, 2016 Buddy Up Tennis launched their 16th location in Naperville, Illinois!
Buddy Up Tennis was awarded the 2016 USTA National Adaptive Tennis Community Service Award! We were honored at the USTA Semi-Annual Meeting, Sept. 3-6 in New York City. The USTA annually bestows this recognition upon a program or program leader that has demonstrated continued excellence, dedication and service in tennis ...
Saturday, April 23, 2016 Our Murfreesboro’s Athletes, Buddies and Coaches held a program demonstration at the 43rd Music City Tennis Invitational at Vanderbilt University. We were excited that some new Nashville Athletes were able to join us for tennis, fitness and fun! A big thank you to the event celebrities ...
On April 9th, Buddy Up Tennis launched their 15th location in Scranton, Pennsylvania! The USTA NetPLAY Magazine recently featured Buddy Up Tennis and the Scranton, PA launch! Read the NetPLAY Magazine Article
The Carlene Weaver Achievement Award, named after a Summit County advocate who was instrumental in the creation of the
County Board of Developmental Disabilities nearly 50 years ago, was awarded to Todd Eisinger. Eisinger was born with Down syndrome and is a Special Olympian, volunteer, advocate and owner of Inspires 2 ...