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New this Summer - Adult Drop-In Tennis Drills!
We're excited to announce that we will be offering several options for Adult Drop-In Tennis Drills for LBC members this summer!
Starting June 7 we will have Drop-In Drills on Mondays for Women and on Fridays for both Men & Women as follows:
7:30-8:30 a.m. C level Women with Bryan (Venmo @Bryansracquet)
8:30-9:30 a.m. Beginner level Women with Bryan (Venmo @Bryansracquet)
9:30-11:00 a.m. B level Women with Melanie* (Venmo @Ellen-Schwartz-7)
9:30-10:30 a.m. C/Low B level with Mikhail (Venmo @Mikhail-Lvovich)
10:30-11:30 a.m. A/High B level with Mikhail (Venmo @Mikhail-Lvovich)
Cost is $10/hour (*90 minute sessions with Melanie are $15)
If you'd like to opt-in for "remind" texts, text the @xxxxx to the number 81010
Bryan Monday 7:30 & 8:30 - @76k9caMelanie Monday 9:30 - @62ck467Mikhail Friday 9:30 & 10:30 - @gg9f9eBryan M/W 4:30 Juniors - @dcb7d9
Tu/Th 5:00 Beginner Juniors - @ba3dgaa
Questions? Contact Tennis Coordinators: Julie - 404-966-8754 or Ellen - 404-934-3891
Junior After-School Group Lessons
There are 2 sessions in progress on Fridays for Juniors: ages 5 - 8 at 3:30 PM and ages 9 and above at 4:30 PM. Please contact Courtney Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you are interested in group lessons for your child.
Meet Courtney Allen, LBC Jr. Tennis Instructor
Director of Tennis and Owner, CAO Academy, Johns Creek, GA (2007–present); Director of junior Tennis Academy at Atlanta Falcons training facility, Suwanee, GA (1992–2000); Member, USTA Southern Intersectional Team 2007, competed in Naples, FL, Member, USTA Southern Intersectional Team 2008, competed and placed second in San Antonio, TX. Achieved USPTA P1 certification. Inducted into Principia College Athletic Hall of Fame 2006.
As a freshman at Principia College (Illinois) in 1984, she won the NCAA Division III singles and doubles titles, earning national Rookie of the Year honors. Courtney appeared in 8 consecutive Division III finals, winning a total of 6 national titles and crowning her college career as Division III Senior Player of the Year. After graduation, Allen earned a world ranking in singles and doubles.