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JCTA presents University with $45,000 toward renewed tennis courts

Pictured left to right are Sandy Pillion, JCTA; Betty Watkins, JCTA president; Walt Pillion, JCTA; Allen Morgan, C-N Athletics director; Dr. Jean Love, C-N head coach for Men’s and Women’s tennis; James Vold, JCTA; Martha Chambers, University’s chief financial officer.

(August 12, 2015) – The Jefferson County Tennis Association (JCTA) recently presented Carson-Newman University with a check for $45,000 toward the school’s tennis court resurfacing project. Along with this, representatives from the University and JCTA met on campus to sign an agreement that strengthens a relationship between the University and area tennis programs.

When the University is not using the courts, tennis programs as Jefferson Middle School and Jefferson County High School, along with JCTA will have priority in scheduling times at campus courts. The courts continue to be open to the public as well.

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