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The ultimate goal is for every tennis player, young, old, new or experienced, to have fun, get some exercise and make new friends. We will expand with success, and are very anxious to hear your thoughts as to what you want. Community members will be pleased to know that all youth can play tennis on their own for free and any adult playing with a youth age 18 or younger may also play for free whenever there is available court time.
All youth and adult lessons are offered on a monthly basis registering for tennis programs commits an individual to four weeks instead of the usual seven-week program session and youth will now practice and play two days a week instead of one. Both experienced adult tennis players and beginners will enjoy Cardio Tennis on Tuesday evenings, Wednesday Advanced Doubles Clinic, Co-ed Pointers, Play and Social as well as beginner, intermediate and advanced tennis lessons on Thursdays.
Unlimited Tennis is still being offered as well as adult private lessons. Meet the team of tennis pros. Gilbride has been the tennis director at the CLC Y for the past 14 years. She is known state and New England wide for her promotion of the sport of tennis. A graduate of Providence College, Gilbride captained both the basketball and tennis teams and was named Female Athlete of the Year. A humanities major, Gilbride was often asked by peers if she was majoring in basketball and tennis. The answer was apparently yes.
They live in Topsham and have three children, Mark, Molly and Marcia. Larry Rioux, an all around athlete, graduated from the University of Maine, where he was named state Athlete of the Year, lettering in three sports, football, baseball and basketball. He took up tennis as an adult, and has become an accomplished Meet adult singles in Edgecomb Maine.
He is now retired from teaching high school science. He has four children, all of whom were great tennis players. His daughter Lauren won several Maine state singles championships and was a Division 1 scholarship player, and his son Dominic went on to play on the professional circuit.
Rioux lives with his wife Ruth in Edgecomb.
Cinda Gurney Holbach played first singles at the University of North Carolina for an unprecedented three years. After earning her degree, Holbach played professional tennis and earned a world ranking in both singles and doubles, beating Mary Joe Fernandez, Amy Frazier, Kim Po and Lisa Raymond before she became sidelined with a shoulder injury. She lives in Georgetown with her husband, Hobie Holbach, their three pugs and a husky. Chantalle Lavertu is a graduate of Bowdoin College.
She is a Lewiston native. As a Lewiston Blue Devil, she led her high school team to four straight state championships.
Lavertu is excited about teaching tennis full time and being part of the Y collaboration. Come meet the pros. The tennis office will be open with new office hours beginning the week of October 7. You will find one of the pros in the office on Tuesday, p. Stop by the Y to pick up a racquet sports brochure or view it online at www.
View the discussion thread. New tennis program at the Y. Meagan Hamblett. Lisa Gilbride. Larry Rioux. Cinda Gurney Holbach.
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