HOMER FORD TENNIS CENTER MacGregor Park/ 5520 Calhoun, Houston, TX 77021
Day begins at 8:30am with a 45-minute clinic led by tennis star Lori McNeil (formerly ranked #9 in the world) and her coach and mentor, John Wilkerson
Three levels of play: Youth to age 16; Adult: Novice; Adult Intermediate/Advanced
Mixed doubles scramble format (co-ed as possible)
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Twenty-minute, no-add matches. Partner rotations throughout the day
Focus is on fun and supporting youth and adults playing tennis side-by side with new people
$75 Adult- $60 Youth entry fee includes clinic, T-shirt, at least three hours of play, lunch, and significant contribution to KPFT
Play continues through final bracket matches scheduled for 4:30pm.
Winners receive semi-private lesson with Lori McNeil and John Wilkerson-time and date to be arranged
Fun for the whole family: music, food, playground, and auction. Spectators welcome
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Weekday mornings at 9, you are invited to call 713-526-5738 to join in the Community Conversation segment of Open Journal with Duane Bradley. At 9:30, the Community Spotlight segment features KPFT listener-supporters hosting programs on various topics.
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KPFT and Roark Smith win Texas Music Awards
For the 3rd year in a row, Roark Smith wins Disc Jockey of the year, and KPFT wins Best Radio Station at the Texas Music Awards on March 22! Read more about it at this link: Academy of Texas Music news release
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