9th Annual Fall Classic Tennis Tournament

Sept. 19-21, 2014

Friday play (singles) 1-6 p.m.; Saturday (singles & doubles) 7:30-6:00; Sunday (doubles) 7:30- 11;  Medals Ceremony 11-1

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Special Pops Tennis is delighted to partner with

Lifetime Athletic & Tennis for this year’s event

6350 Courtside Dr NW, Norcross, GA 30092

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VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES:

Pre Planning Committee • Umpire • Unified Partner • Ball Person • Court Escort/Captain • Hospitality Committee • Check in Desk • Tournament Desk • Set up • Clean up • Parking Director • Hitting Wall Attendant • Platform Court Attendant • Activities Area Attendant • Chaperone • Lunch Monitor

FAMILY AND FRIENDS

If family members and friends wish to volunteer they should register as a volunteer.

FALL CLASSIC OVERVIEW

o   Largest adaptive tennis match play tournament in the USA.

o   Approximately 375 will be required to assist with the 2014 Fall Classic tournament as coaches, partners, umpires and chaperones.

o   No other program in metro Atlanta provides the kind of weekend-long competitive tennis playing experience for children and adults with intellectual disabilities that the Annual Fall Classic Adaptive Tennis Tournament offers. In addition, the tournament offers two overnight stays at the tournament hotel, dinner dance and closing medals ceremony. For some, this will be their first match play competitive experience.

o   165 children and adults with intellectual disabilities drawn largely from metro Atlanta, assisted by approximately 375 local adult and teen volunteers.

Goals: The goal of the 3-day tournament is to provide a competitive playing experience for children and adults with intellectual disabilities in a nurturing tournament environment that takes into account the special needs of this playing population. It offers players with special needs the opportunity to play with many of Atlanta’s teen and adult tennis league players. It also offers volunteers the opportunity to give back to the community through the game of tennis.


USTA Community Service Award