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League News: If My Tennis Ball Were Crystal

By Rita Maloof, Junior Leagues Vice President One of the duties of an ALTA league VP that you don’t hear much about is writing articles...

League News: Men’s Doubles Mix It Up This Spring

By Bob Kohmescher, Special Programs Vice President As many of you know, March began with a lot of rain. Despite pleas of “rain, rain, go...
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League News: Welcome To Senior Men’s And Women’s Summer League

By Barbara Ingram, Senior League Vice President The summer tennis season is upon us, and for those of us who are 45 and over, or...
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League News: Celebrating Women on Both Sides of the Net

By Chequetta Allen, Sunday Women’s League Vice President There’s a lot of girl power on the courts every Sunday, and our power increases each week....
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Captain’s Corner

COMPILED BY EMMY POWELL, NET NEWS EDITOR ALTA is pleased to announce that we are kicking off a new feature in this issue called the...
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Exploring The Possibilities For ALTA

By Marla Michalewicz, 2019 Chairman of the Board The 2019 Board of Directors is the governing body for ALTA’s policies and business practices. The BOD...
Alan Dunn, 5-time Jeopardy champion, with Alex Trebek.

ALTA Champion Takes His Winning Ways To National TV

By Emmy Powell Some say tennis begins with love. Well, it was the love of a popular...
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League News: Mixed Doubles Roster Wrangling

BY Kirsten Sykes, Mixed Doubles Vice President “Something is wrong with ALTA! I play on a B5...
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League News: JCL Players Take Advantage of the Fall Weather

BY DONNA GILLI, JUNIOR CHALLENGE LADDER VICE PRESIDENT Members of the Junior Challenge Ladder enjoyed some great fall...
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League News: A League Like No Other

BY BARBARA INGRAM, SENIOR LEAGUES VICE PRESIDENT As our population continues to age, you might be looking...