We invite you to join HPTA — it has REAL rewards
You do not have to be an HPTA member to play in the round robin, but membership has its rewards. A single, annual membership is only $20 and a family annual membership is only $30. Those memberships entitle you (and your family in the case of a family membership) to play the round robin for only $4 per person. That’s a savings of $4 from the guest fee, and that means that you recoup your membership fee if you only play five times the whole year. Memberships start every July 1 and end the following June 30. Persons or families who join between January and June pay 1/2 year fees ($10/single and $15/family). In addition, we sponsor various events for our members throughout the year where FREE TENNIS and FREE FOOD are offered as a way of showing appreciation for our members.
Officers’ Contact Info
Wendy Parrish, President, WendyParrish@hptabr.org
Gary Mollere, Vice President, GaryMollere@hptabr.org
Debbie Klotzbach, Secretary, DebbieKlotzbach@hptabr.org
Chris Floyd, Treasurer, email@example.com
Joycelyn LeBlanc, Round-Robin Coordinator, JoycelynLeBlanc@hptabr.org
Lisa Sanner, Highland Open Director, LisaSanner@hptabr.org
Rusty Jabour, Immediate Past President, RustyJabour@hptabr.org
A Message From Our President
I am honored to serve as your HPTA President this year and look forward to the continuation of a 36 year tradition of great “neighborhood” tennis where all are welcome! The leadership of past presidents and volunteers are large shoes to fill as we have had some outstanding leaders.
Kudos to our immediate past president, Rusty Jabour. Under his guidance, the association transitioned to its current transparent, balanced, accountable position with an updated, functioning website and electronic registration/renewal capabilities, as well as email blitzes on current/upcoming events. We can now stay abreast of the latest news just by checking the HPTA website!
As mentioned during our membership meeting, HPTA is YOUR association and your voice is important. The direction of HPTA should reflect the desires of its members. Officers are available to hear your concerns, suggestions and needs, so please do let us know your thoughts.
I strongly urge all to volunteer and get involved in the workings of the association (i.e., box duties, HOTT team, officer, etc.). Take an active role in HPTA!
…and I’ll see you on the courts!