Project Green Ball appreciates the efforts of its Ambassadors and volunteers who are expanding our collection efforts across the US.
Chicago Project Green Ball Ambassador Alex Heil has planned a series of collection events at the following upcoming Gladiator Tennis tournaments:
- June 22nd – family doubles charity event at Waubonsee Valley HS
- July 6th – Gladiator Doubles Event at Waubonsee Valley HS
- August 10th – Gladiator Open Singles tournament at Waubonsee Valley HS
- October 26th – Gladiator Playoffs – semis and finals at Washington Middle School
New York Project Green Ball Ambassador Robert Ma has introduced our program to his Brooklyn Manhattan Meet Up group and will be harvesting used balls through the spring and summer seasons.
Volunteer Alex Cahill, of Holliston, MA, has collected 135 dead balls from high school teams in the Tri-Valley League. In addition, she staffed the Project Green Ball exhibition table at the Global Youth Service Day collection event at Brown/Billone Club in North Easton, Massachusetts. Alex plays varsity tennis for the Holliston High School girls team.
Volunteer Debbie Blaine in Florida has set up the first collection bin in Florida for Project Green Ball. If you play tennis at the Heathrow Racket Club in Heathrow, Florida, please consider dropping your dead balls in the collection bin at the club.
We continue to appreciate the support of Wilson Sporting Goods which is helping to facilitate the collection of balls from Gladiator Tennis and the Heathrow Racket Club.
We are grateful for the support of our Ambassadors and volunteers and humbled by their dedication to Project Green Ball. If you would like to help in our collection efforts, please reach out to us at email@example.com.