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As President of the West Louisville Tennis Club, Inc., this year's 2018 Season will prove to be one of great expansion for the Club in terms of youth programming, community involvement and relationship building.  

We are dedicated to the game of tennis and to the community in which we reside. We seek to use our spirit and love for the game to  bring people together. Our goal being to build mutal respect, tolerance and acceptance through sportmanship, healthy competiton and social networking.

Our community is changing, the members of WLTC will look at ways to deliver our message of hope and betterment to West Louisville.

Some of the plans set for this year are:

      1. The adoption of St. Francis  High School's tennis program to feed our youth initiatives. Including plans to host Region 6 tennis tournament. 

      2. The  adoption of the West End Boy's School to develop and foster middle school tennis in the West End. 

      3. We will work with neighborhood schools to create tennis awareness and knowledge based programs to teach tennis fundamentals. 

      4. We will pay  tribute to the rich history of the  Club, and promote the game as an alternative sport for our youths to play.

,      5. We will honor the memory of past members that provided the platform upon which we stand.

      5. Our hope is to engage in youth initiatives to reduce violence and offer  safe place for kids to socialize in the Park

These are very ambitious ideas that reflect a much needed opportunity for the West End of Louisville to develop healthy, safe recreational outlets,  that build minds as well as bodies.  Our hope is to engage in youth initiatives to reduce violence and offer  safe place for kids to socialize in the Park.

We will collaborate with other West End  groups, the USTAKY, PTR, our Councilperson, the Mayor's Office and state leadership, to make our vision a reality.

I pray our efforts are received in our community and we can achieve all that we dream for the West End community.

Sincerely,

Dr. Aretha Fuqua