Missouri Valley / Iowa

ACEing Autism Clinic Draws Pros, Volunteers

Andrea Gallagher | February 23, 2021


Around fifteen people took part in a free USTA Iowa ACEing Autism clinic at Lifetime Fitness in Urbandale Sunday, Feb. 21. The clinic was put on by USTA Iowa for any tennis pros and volunteers interested in learning about working with people with Autism Spectrum Disorder.


Founder and ACEing Autism Executive Director, Richard Spurling, presented at the event, as well as John Terpkosh, Tennis Service Representative for USTA Iowa.  



ACEing Autism has three chapters in the USTA Missouri Valley area: Des Moines, Iowa (Life Time Tennis); Kansas City, Mo. (Northland Racquet Club); Lincoln, Neb. (Woods Tennis Center). 



For more on ACEing Autism, visit https://aceingautism.org/ or contact John Terpkosh at 913-967-9926 or jterpkosh@movalley.USTA.com.

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