Lee Community Tennis Association Plans Full Weekend of Activities

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LEE, Mass. -- The Lee Community Tennis Association plans several events to coincide with Founders Weekend, Sept. 14-17.
On Friday, the LCTA will host a tennis clinic downtown between the park and Kelley Funeral Home from 5 to 7 p.m. Mini nets will be set up for drills and games for children and adults. DeWitt and Janice Thompson and Lee High girls varsity coach Norma Comalli will supervice play and offer tips.
On Saturday, the scene shifts to the newly resurfaced tennis courts at the Lee Athletic Field. From noon to 1 p.m., there will be tennis activities and games, and starting at 1:30, there will be a doubles tournament for players ages 8 to 18. Sign up online at www.leecta.com or e-mail dshanesullivan@gmail.com.
On Sunday, the LCTA will hold a vintage wooden racket tournament at Greenock Country Club.
The LCTA has run the tournament for many years, weather permitting, allowing players to don vintage outfits and play on the red clay courts. The tournament begins at 9 a.m.; players must register online at www.lcta.com or by email to dshanesullivan@gmail.com before Saturday. Players also can sign up in person at the Taste of Lee event on Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. on Main Street.
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