Each year, NYJTL invites supporters to honor outstanding leaders in the community. On Wednesday, October 29, NYJTL will hold its 29th Annual Leadership Awards Luncheon at the Grand Hyatt New York. This year the honorees are Doug Conant, Chairman of Avon Products and Founder & CEO of ConantLeadership, and Todd Martin, CEO of the International Tennis Hall of Fame & Museum and former World Top 10 professional tennis player.Read News Item »
More than 700 elementary school students from ACES after-school programs and Community Tennis Programs throughout New York City attended the Columbus Day Fall Festival at the future site of the Cary Leeds Center for Tennis & Learning in Crotona Park. The day’s activities were varied giving students had the opportunity to work out both their bodies and minds.Read News Item »
The Bronx Chamber of Commerce has nominated New York Junior Tennis & Learning’s Cary Leeds Center for Tennis & Learning to receive the Inaugural Bronx Chamber of Commerce’s Building Award for the Sports & Entertainment category. “The impact that the NYJTL Cary Leeds Center for Tennis & Learning will have on Crotona Park and the Bronx, bringing tennis and a wonderful educational center for the community, makes it an easy choice for the “First Bronx Building Award” said Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr.Read News Item »
Free Tennis available for all between the ages of five and 18. Times and days may vary. Click below or on picture for specifics. Registration is ongoing for the entire session. To assure that this and other NYJTL Programs continue to be funded please click the picture and scroll down for information on how to help.Read News Item »
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