All Summer Camp Programs are Cancelled, Thursday June 28th, Due to Rain.
Check out what NJTL of Trenton has been up to this spring! Included in this Newsletter are some photos and feedback on our Annual Gala, Short Court Tournament and some articles about our amazing ASHE player Janessa Curden! Click Here to Check out Our Newsletter
National Junior Tennis and Learning of Trenton is pleased to announce the appointment of Deborah J. Frazier as the new Executive Director of NJTL of Trenton. Deborah joined NJTL of Trenton on April 3, 2017. Prior to joining NJTLT, Deborah was a professional in the financial services industry for more than 25 years. Click Here for Our Newsletter
Mayor Jackson stopped by the tennis courts at Cadwalader Park to hit some balls and share some laughs with the kids in our Ashe program. It was a a fun evening practice for the kids as the Mayor was not as tough as coaches Andy, Joseph, and Noel.
The 2017 Capital Cup was a lovely day, in every way.
More than eighty tennis players, including boys and girls from our Ashe Elite program, competed in several categories. We raised $4,000 to support our programs from sponsorships and registration fees.
As the tennis play concluded and we moved onto the honoring of Jack deGrouchy, more than two hundred family members and friends of Jack joined us for dinner on the lawn at Trenton Country Club. As a founding member of NJTL of Trenton, Jack continues to serve on the board and to believe passionately in the mission. To mark this event, Jack helped establish a new scholarship fund for our Ashe Elite students in their pursuit of college education. We are very pleased to report that almost $25,000 has been contributed to the Jack deGrouchy Scholarship Fund.
We are still seeking donations to reach our goal. Please click here to donate today.
2016 Parks and Recreation–
L.A. PARKER: NJTL TRENTON EXEC TOUTS
AMBITIOUS AGENDA FOR 2016
L.A. PARKER: NJTL A LOVE MATCH FOR
LIBERIAN-BORN TENNIS STAR KANDAKAI
2016 Alfred Article Trentonian