Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Scott shares information with locals
Dr. Frank Scott, a Berkeley County native and an orthodontist, serves as president of the American Tennis Association, and he always works to keep his hometown folks in the loop.
He recently shared that plans are under way for the 96th National ATA Golf Championships in Greater Fort Lauderdale in Florida, July 29– Aug. 3.
He expressed appreciation to the Greater Fort Lauderdale Conservation and Visitors Bureau, members in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Washington, D. C., and Chicago, and informed them that they may hear radio promotions for the National promotions and have an opportunity to enter for the trip give-a-way to the Championships.
Last year the ATA Board of Directors voted to have a permanent home for the organization. They are very fortunate to being very close to making that happen for the organization. The ATA is working with the United State Tennis Association (UTA) architects and the Facilities Grant Program along with Venus Williams’ “V” Star Productions on the site Plan.
Congratulations to Dr. Scott, as he leads the ATA in achieving their goals and objectives.
Keeping in Prayer
Viola Middleton, Ruth Williams, Ernestine G. Williams, Ernestine M. Williams, Gracie Williams, Annie Wiggins, Lamont Halback, Louise King, Loretta White, Annie Graves, Deloris Montgomery, Dr. Hattie Martin, Noel Smalls, Linnear Theirse, John Judge, Margie Prioleau, Naomi Fashion, Julie Ann Jenkins, Hazel Crawford, and all others that are under the weather, shut-in, or in need of our care, support and our prayers.
Expressions of sympathy are being sent to the families of Willis White, of St. Stephen; Mary Lee King, of St. Stephen, and Mr. Ned White Jr., of New York. We ask that the families of these individuals, as well as those unknown to us, be kept in constant prayer.
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