Missouri Valley / Heart Of America

Happy Holidays From Our Tennis Family to Yours

Sydney Hamilton | December 07, 2022


Can you believe 2022 is almost over? It’s been another amazing year for USTA Heart of America, with exciting tournaments, fun community programs, and competitive leagues among the highlights–and it’s all because of you!

 

Your continued support of USTA Heart of America, whether through playing, coaching, volunteering, sponsoring, or through other charitable acts in our community, help us accomplish our mission of promoting and growing this amazing sport we love so much right here in our district. 

 

As we reflect on 2022 and gaze ahead at 2023 with much excitement, we wanted to make sure you know how thankful we are to have you as part of our big, happy tennis family. We hope you’ll join us next year for even more tournaments, leagues, and other programs–all of which are very much in the works. We’ll make sure to continue sharing our updates with you on our website and in our monthly newsletter, just like we are now!

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Again, thank you for another wonderful year of tennis and camaraderie. It’s a joy to serve our community, and it’s been great doing so alongside each and every one of you.

 

Have a healthy and happy holiday–and make sure to keep warm if you hit the courts!



Sincerely,

 

USTA Heart of America Staff

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