- New Milestones in Tennis Ball Recycling
- BYU Marriott School of Management Contributes 25,000 Tennis Balls to Project Green Ball
- Project Green Ball Announces College Tennis Recycling Program and Teams with Donovan Tennis Strategies at Upcoming College Recruiting Showcases
- Boston Lobsters Sponsor Tennis Ball Collection Contest to Benefit Project Green Ball
- Project Green Ball to Participate in Global Youth Service Day at The Thoreau Club on April 12, 2014
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We are really excited about our new partnership with Nashua Swim & Tennis Club. If you have played in USTA New England junior tournaments, then you have likely played at NSTC. NSTC has hosted hundreds, if not thousands, of junior tennis tournaments … Continue reading
The Longfellow Club, in Wayland, Massachusetts, now hosts the third collection bin for Project Green Ball! Thanks to Laury Hammel and Phil Parrish for believing in us. In addition, the Wayland Tennis & Swim Club in Wayland, Massachusetts has contributed another 317 … Continue reading
Second Project Green Ball collection bin. This one at Natick Racket Club in Natick, Massachusetts. Natick also donated 317 balls!
Thanks again to the folks at Wayland Swim and Tennis and Didi Weinreb for another 250 balls!
Much thanks to the Longfellow Clubs who today donated 1,475 balls to Project Green Ball bringing us over the 30,000 mark! We are indebted to Phil Parish and Laury Hammel for thinking of us.
Special thanks to the Longwood Cricket Club in Chestnut Hill, MA for donating 910 balls to Project Green Ball! Thanks to Tim Smith for making this happen.