GAINESVILLE AREA COMMUNITY TENNIS ASSOCIATION INC

Coaching for life beyond the court!

aka Aces In Motion   |   Gainesville, FL   |  http://www.gainesvilletennis.org

Mission

TO PROMOTE HEALTH, CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT, AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT THROUGH TENNIS

Ruling year info

2009

Executive Director

Addison Staples

Main address

Po Box 357492

Gainesville, FL 32635 USA

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EIN

54-2158508

NTEE code info

Youth Development Programs (O50)

Tennis and Racquet Sports Clubs/Leagues (N66)

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Aces In Motion

Aces in Motion (AIM) is a sports-based after-school youth development program that puts best practices in action. Drawing from the sport of tennis, AIM's goal is to help develop and support the whole child, in terms of health, academics, and social-emotional development. We teach the sport of tennis, emphasizing the many intangible benefits associated with tennis, along with life-skill development and academic support. We use tennis and the principles of sport to build a community of children, youth and adults that work, learn and play hard together. We partner with schools, City Parks and Recreation, the Gainesville Police Department, and a number of other Nonprofits to provide quality tennis, life skills instruction, and academic support to at-risk children of all abilities.

Population(s) Served
At-risk youth
Economically disadvantaged people

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Affiliations & memberships

US Tennis Association - National Junior Tennis League of the Year 2016

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GAINESVILLE AREA COMMUNITY TENNIS ASSOCIATION INC

Board of directors
as of 04/26/2022
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Board co-chair

Anne Koterba


Board co-chair

Libby Smith

Benjamin Smith

University of Florida Chemistry Department

Christine Shurtleff

Retired

Lee Johnson

Business owner

Elizabeth Patterson

Nurse Practitioner

Irene Meister

Special Education Teacher

Tina Certain

Continuum Services

Ray Brady

Lawyer

Ian Fletcher

Chamber of Commerce

Lawrence Certain

Retired Law Enforcement

Christopher Champion

Tennis Pro

Ruelle Flood

News Anchor

Carol Bosshardt

Retired Real Estate

Julie Hill

Retired

Sue Benton

Retired

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