Tennis society serves up social

Chilliwack Tennis Society

More than 30 members of the Chilliwack Tennis Society participated in their summer social last Saturday at the Twin Rinks tennis courts.

The event included a full slate of ladies, mens and mixed matches in all age groups followed by a potluck and barbecue.

Speed of serve was measured during a serve practice, with one male player reaching 129 kilometres per hour.

One lady achieved 110 kilometres per hour.

Anyone who is interested in joining  the CTS can go online to www.chilliwacktennissociety.webs.com for contact and membership info. The CTS is a non-profit organization that offers league play and weekly drop-ins for beginners and advanced players. CTS emphasizes proper court etiquette, adherence to the rules of tennis and promotion of the health benefits of tennis as a life long sport for people of all ages.

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