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MTA To Host Tennis Meeting, Mixer and Play Day
Wednesday, October 31, 2012 • Posted October 31, 2012

The Mason Tennis Association will host its annual meeting along with a mixer and play day on Sunday, November 4th. Everyone is invited to attend any or all of the festivities. The play day will start at 3:00 pm at the tennis courts. Players of all levels can come enjoy an afternoon of tennis then head to the Banner residence at 1694 Old Mill Creek Road around 5:00 pm for the mixer. Please plan to bring an appetizer of your choice to share with the group. Drinks will be provided. The annual meeting will begin around 6:30 pm.

During the meeting and mixer, you can sign up to be a member of MTA. If you have ever been part of tennis in Mason as a player, spectator, or just a tennis enthusiast, we want you as a member! Dues are only $20 per household.

Did you know that MTA is responsible for much of the maintenance of the tennis courts at the school? Collecting dues is one way MTA raises funds to maintain the tennis courts including court resurfacing and all expenses for the lighting for those of you who play at night. Other funds come from tennis tournaments and the annual Tennis-A-Thon.

Besides becoming a member, another way you can support MTA is through the Buy-A- Brick program. If you have been to the tennis courts lately, you have seen the new historical pavilion. It is still a work in progress, but it is not too late to buy a brick or two for the pavilion with your name, with a fun phrase, or in honor of someone special. Order forms for bricks and membership forms are available at masontennisassociation.com or through Amelia Banner (347-5040).

Come join the fun on Sunday, November 4th and help ensure the tennis tradition in Mason is kept alive and well.

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