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Southern Tennis Basis Establishes Mike McNulty Scholarship

ATLANTA (April 1, 2022) — The Southern Tennis Basis, the charitable affiliate of the USTA Southern Part, is initiating a fundraising marketing campaign to endow a school scholarship within the title of USTA Chairman of the Board and President Mike McNulty.

As USTA President, McNulty has labored to strengthen the tennis business, to streamline service supply, and to develop tennis on the grassroots and in public parks—and he has presided over an unprecedented increase in play in any respect ranges. A lifelong participant, McNulty has been an distinctive volunteer at each stage, beforehand serving as a founder and President of the Lake Charles (La.) CTA and as President of USTA Louisiana and USTA Southern.

Every year the Southern Tennis Basis awards school scholarships to seniors who’ve performed college or USTA tennis a minimum of two of their highschool years. The first choice standards are tutorial efficiency and potential, group and college involvement, and demonstrated character. These endowed scholarships are named for women and men who’ve made distinctive contributions to Southern tennis. As a result of McNulty is the present USTA President, this would be the Basis’s first nationwide fund drive.

The STF is the charitable affiliate of the USTA Southern Part. An impartial 501(c)3 group, it gives needs-based scholarships, grants to competi-tive junior gamers, grants for group and youth-oriented packages, NJTL assist and emergency help to packages, professionals and gamers. Donations are tax-exempt, and each greenback contributed to the STF goes to packages and gamers within the southern states.

To donate, ship your test to STF/USTA Southern, 5685 Spalding Drive, Peachtree Corners, GA 30092, or go to https://southerntennisfoundation.com/donations/mikemcnulty/.





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