Tuesday, April 1, 2014

How to play in the Inglewooden Racquet Tennis Classic and how to donate to Litton

If you are interested in playing in the Inglewooden Raquest Tennis Classic please send an email to cowboyconceptual@gmail.com and let us know by May 1st 2014 so we can include you in the brackets.
There are two levels of play; Fashion or Winners of Tennis.

Let us know your team name and players.

Please indicate which bracket you'd like to play in.

Fashion-more about how awesome your old school outfit looks and maybe a little about playing.

Winners of Tennis-More about how you play and a little(or a lot) about your old school tennis outfit.

We are suggesting a $50.00 donation per doubles team but any donation amount is welcomed. No players will be turned away just send us an email.

If you'd like to make a donation all funds go to Isaac Litton Middle School to assist Mr. Bruno and his staff in their tireless efforts to advocate for our neighborhood's middle school students.

Sunday, January 5, 2014

Coming to the Litton Tennis Courts in the Spring of 2014

Saturday May 10th-2014
The IRTC will be WOODEN RACQUET ONLY doubles play. There are two courts at Litton so one court will be for beginners/fashion participants and the second court will be for those really channeling their inner Bjorn Borg or Billie Jean King. The idea for this tennis happening is loosely based off a childhood of watching Wimbeldon and playing tennis with my family at the Litton Courts in the mid-1980's and of course Luke Wilson's character from the Royal Tennenbaums.
There will be at least two trophies awarded. Best outfits (for a team) and Grand Champions(winners of tennis).
This tennis happening is ultimately meant as a way to have some fun but also a way to raise some money for our home team middle school-Isaac Litton.
$50.00 per pair is the suggested amount to donate but feel free give more. We will also not turn any players away based on how much they have to give or who show up to the court they usually play on to find all of us dressed up like Rosie Casals.
We welcome the conversation from local, national and international businesses and organizations about donations to Isaac Litton Middle School.