Portland, January 31th, 2013-- An after-hours event at Blush Beauty Bar lifted the spirits of Portland After-School Tennis & Education (PAST&E) supporters. The event was hosted by PAST&E Board Member Judy Ma. She’s pictured with her sister, Julie Ma. Guests tried the latest skin, hair and beauty products and listened to Coach/Tutor Moe Dugan share the latest news regarding Portland After-School Tennis & Education.
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Thanks to our partnership with the City of Portland, PAST&E is now the proud manager of St. Johns Racquet Center (SJRC). In addition to being the host site for PAST&E, SJRC offers the best and most affordable tennis lessons in the city, as well as public court usage and opportunities for participation in tournaments, league play and other events. This wonderful new arrangement helps advance our goal of making tennis accessible to the entire community.
Click the link for more information about St. Johns Racquet Center offerings and facilities.
On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, PAST&E scholar athletes shared their dreams. We were moved by their thoughts and wishes for themselves, their families and the world around them. El día de Martin Luther King Jr., los atletas escolares PAST&E compartieron sus sueños. Nos pasaron por sus pensamientos y deseos para sí mismos, sus familias y el mundo.
Three scholar athletes wanted to share their dreams with you.
Congratulations to PAST&E Executive Director Danice Brown, chosen as Racquet Sports Industry's 2012 Grassroots Champion of the Year!
Check out the article here on page 35
St. Johns Racquet Center, home of Portland After-School Tennis & Education, is pleased to offer the following services and playing opportunities:
• Private & Semi Private Lessons
• Adult & Junior Classes for All Ages and Skill Levels
• Drill Classes for Level 3.0 and Above
• Mixers for Levels: 3.5 to 4.0, 4.0 to 4.5 and 4.5+
• Racquet Stringing
• High Performance (4.5+) Drills and Match Play
• USTA League Play
St. Johns Racquet Center Public Facilities:
PAST&E is excited to spend a week during winter break playing fun educational games! Our PAST&E coaches are creating a variety of games featuring geography, art, science, reading and life skills to challenge, inspire and delight young minds. Can you solve a Rubik's cube? Where are the highest and lowest points on Earth? What's the difference between flora and fauna? Do you prefer pointillism or pop art? All these questions and more during Game On, PAST&E's winter programming.
Looking to get involved? New and returning volunteers are welcome to join us, please contact our Program Director, Trenton Corvino at program
Khang Truong, PAST&E Academy Alumnus featured in an article by USTA Serves, the National Charitable Foundation of the United States Tennis Association.
Click the link to read more: USTA Serves: Our Impact