One of the goals of the Cambria Tennis Club (CTC) is to maintain and improve the six tennis courts at Coast Union High School. This week the Club took out the two worn-out windscreens on the west side of Court Six and replaced them with custom-made windscreens.
CTC’s maintenance efforts are on-going. For example, in 2020 the Club re-surfaced three of the courts. In 2021, the Club replaced two tattered windscreens behind Court Three and Court Six. The maintenance needs are not just the high visibility projects such as court resurfacing and maintaining windscreens, but also repairing and replacing nets, maintaining the ball machine, repairing fences and cracks, purchasing rain squeegees, paying for the porta-potty rental, securing insurance, and purchasing tennis ball repressurizing equipment, to name just a few ways CTC maintains the tennis courts.
These efforts require funding, so CTC was delighted to learn recently that the Cambria Community Council approved the Club’s application for a grant to help the CTC continue its mission to maintain the six tennis courts. The Club’s Board of Directors is grateful that the Council finds the work of the CTC worthy of support. It has been gratifying to see many folks out on the courts this summer, including many visitors in town. For anyone who wants to renew a love of the game or just knock off the rust, CTC encourages all interested tennis enthusiasts to check out the Club at Saturday drop-in doubles at 9:00 a.m. or contact the Club to see if a game can be arranged. For further information, check out the Club website (cambriatennisclub.com) or reach out to someone in the Club by phone at 805-927-1576