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December 7, 2010


December 7, 2010

I have been a member of this organization for over 40 years. I have been involved in many of the activities of the YTA especially in exposing Tennis to many disadvantaged youth throughout the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Many well deserving youth have benefitted from the efforts of this organization, and have gone on to further education and productive lives.
It is a very well organized organization and led by an excellent and caring Executive Director in Loretta Conway.
It is always seeking financial support and anyone who reads this is welcome to support or simply get in touch with the YTA.
From a person who has been involved in the sport of tennis throughout my entire life, I sincerely support and honot the Youth Tennis Advantage,(YTA)
Thank you, Barry MacKay, Board Member since 1971.

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