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MAJOR PROJECTS

CROMARTY COMMUNITY INDOOR TENNIS CENTRE

CROMARTY COMMUNITY INDOOR TENNIS CENTRE
Society Founded 2006

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Maintenance and Updating of the CCITC Web Site (2006 to 2015)


OUR CHARITY DONATION DRIVE

To Construct An Indoor Tennis Facility On Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia,
Available To The General Public
 

The Cromarty Community Indoor Tennis Centre (CCITC), a tax-exempt Sydney-based charitable organization, registered with the Canada Revenue Agency as BN 848036968RR0001, has begun its donation drive to build the first indoor facility in Cape Breton designed exclusively for the game of tennis. A public facility available on a first come, first served basis, the Centre will also advance education by providing tennis lessons to students as a component of a school curriculum, and by offering training courses for tennis coaches, officials and instructors. It will also relieve conditions associated with aging by providing tennis programs for the aged; and it will afford relief to persons with disabilities by developing and implementing tennis programmes for the disabled.

Official receipts will ensure that eligible donors will benefit from all the tax incentives associated with gifting to our registered charity.

Mission Statement

Our Memorandum Of Association

For the Cromarty Community Indoor Tennis Centre (CCITC) to raise funds to construct, maintain, and operate Cape Bretonís first indoor facility (one doubles court) designed only for tennis. An all-season operation, the Centre will feature programmes that without exception will be CCITC run and designed. Where practical, that design will meet Tennis Nova Scotia, or Tennis Canada standards.

Built exclusively for the benefit of the public, with a particular focus on the young, old, and the challenged, the Centre will provide a summer/winter playing venue for all levels and ages of tennis players, from novice through seasoned. It will encourage high public user participation rates through an affordable hourly rate - first come, first serve - and educational group clinics. It will stress that its cushioned court is state-of-the-art and exceptionally physically friendly, to draw in the older player who might hesitate to participate otherwise. An inside walking track will also be available.


CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS

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TENNIS TOURNAMENTS

PAST RESULTS

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TOURNAMENT DESCRIPTIONS

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