Tuscaloosa, Ala. ~ Tuscaloosa County Park & Recreation Authority’s Center Court Tuscaloosa and The Gateway will host the Boys & Girls Clubs for a Tennis & Tech Day on June 14. CCT will also host an Open House on June 15 and 16. CCT is located at 715 21st Avenue East.

PARA reports the idea for the neighborhood event came together with the completion of Alberta Parkway. The parkway acts as a “main street” and provides ease of access with lighting and landscaping which are important assets to the Alberta neighbors.

A schedule of events on June 14, for Tennis and Tech Day will include youth from the Boys & Girls Clubs to visit Center Court Tuscaloosa and The Gateway.

Events free and open to the public at Center Court Tuscaloosa include:

June 14       10:30 am             Tennis & Tech Ceremony

June 14       11 am- noon         Tours of the Center Court Tuscaloosa

June 15       7 am-6 pm           Tours and free play, court reservations required



June 16       10 am-6 pm          Tours and free play, court reservations required



“We want to know our neighbors and be a good neighbor,” said Mike Goldammer, Director of Tennis. “We couldn’t be more excited about the direction tennis is going here at Center Court Tuscaloosa. Our entire team has worked tirelessly to create an environment that encourages exceptional customer service, best-in-class tennis instruction and a place where our members and patrons feel at home. Of course let’s not forget a place where people walk in excited and walk out satisfied and eager to return. We look forward to celebrating all we’ve collectively accomplished and sharing the ways in which we plan to create an even more vibrant, exciting, inclusive and robust environment down the road!”

“The Gateway is excited to participate in this great community event bringing Tennis and Technology together on the Alberta Parkway. We hope to see you there,” said Tim Lewis, Chief Experience Officer.

“We are very excited about partnering with PARA, Center Court Tuscaloosa, and The Gateway to provide a great day of activities for the children at Boys & Girls Clubs of West Alabama as well as celebrate the beautiful upgrades to Alberta Parkway. We appreciate the hard work of everyone involved. These partnerships in our area of Tuscaloosa are vitally important to help BGCWA with our mission to provide opportunities to help our members reach their full potential while introducing them to new activities that will help them lead healthy lifestyles and become academically successful,” said Kim Turner, CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of West Alabama.


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