Worcester, Mass.— In partnership with the city of Worcester, Tenacity's Summer Tennis and Reading Program (STRP) provides an enriching learning environment for Worcester students, which keeps their minds and bodies active during the summer recess. Clark University women's tennis coach, Dan Herbst hosted the Tenacity program this summer at the Corash Tennis Courts.
Each session meets for three-hours where time is split between tennis/fitness and summer reading activities. During July and August Tenacity serves over 500 Worcester Youth through this program. The program is offered free of charge to the Worcester youth ages 6-16.
"It was a great afternoon of tennis drills and games. I was very impressed with the enthusiasm and skill level of the students involved in this program," said coach Herbst. This was Coach Herbst's first year participating in Tenacity's program and he looks forward to getting his team involved with youth clinics this fall.
For more information about Tenacity's STRP visit their webpage here: Tenacity STRP Worcester