GSRC Tennis Goodbye Party, Saturday, April 22, 2017, 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm
Join us for tennis, pizza, beverages, and fun!
All for FREE as a thank you for your patronage!
By The Way…
The Green Spring Tennis and Educational Foundation (www.GSTEF.org), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, hopes to build a new tennis complex in Owings Mills, but needs strategic partners/donors to help to advance the goal.
“Since 1975 Green Spring Racquet Club has been a vibrant and vital facility servicing the Mid-Atlantic Region and I am saddened to hear of the closing of the club,” said tennis Hall of Famer Billie Jean King. “Tennis is a lifetime sport and its growth is directly connected to the level of access it provides in the community. Green Spring Racquet has been providing that access in Central Maryland for more than four decades and I hope your community will get behind those organizing the effort to build a new home for indoor tennis in the region.”
The GSTEF board has assembled an Advisory Board, which has developed preliminary plans for a complex that includes indoor tennis, squash courts, a variety of classrooms, and boutique-style fitness and wellness studios. The proposed development will be located off of Painters Mill Road on a 7-acre lot situated between T. Rowe Price and the Greater Baltimore Medical Center, and backs up to the McDonogh School campus in Owings Mills, MD. The proposed multi-sport complex will increase athletic opportunities for local schools, colleges and the community for practices, meets, tournaments, recreation and special needs transition training.
GSTEF is currently open to suggestions or assistance for proceeding with the proposed sports complex. Please contact Janet Paulsen, GSTEF President, 410-456-7010.