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4 days ago

Tennis4All Boston

An old stove and old husband both take too long to heat up, but the October social is gonna be ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ in the spirit of Halloween, this one is 70s themed. Don your finest kaftan, bell bottoms, or any Halloween costume youโ€™d like, and sign up now at tennis4all.org/events/halloween-2023-tennis-social/ ... See MoreSee Less

An old stove and old husband both take too long to heat up, but the October social is gonna be ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ in the spirit of Halloween, this one is 70s themed. Don your finest kaftan, bell bottoms, or any Halloween costume youโ€™d like, and sign up now at https://tennis4all.org/events/halloween-2023-tennis-social/Image attachment

3 weeks ago

Tennis4All Boston

Tennis4All had a trรจs bon week-end in Montreal over Labor Day. A big congrats to @menichettisteve and @ryan.losey for bringing home the A Doubles Trophy! ๐Ÿ†๐Ÿ†๐Ÿ† Hardware was brought home by @lsamsmith (B Singles finalist), @eugene_zkhrv (C Singles finalist), and Conroy Jackson (C Singles consolation winner). Thank you to @montrealcoupedelareinetennis for another phenomena tourney and to @jcl_in_mtl for the stunning pics ๐Ÿ“ธ ... See MoreSee Less

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Congrats all! Way to represent!

we love to see it!

I heard you represented on Sainte-Catherine Street also Congratulations

2 months ago

Tennis4All Boston

On July 30, a group of 24 Tennis4All members donned their tennis whites and played on the beautiful grass courts at the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, RI.

For some it was their first time playing on grass and they learned how different a game it can be! Many thanks to Mark, Ken, and John for organizing the afternoon.
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2 months ago

Tennis4All Boston

On July 30, a group of 24 Tennis4All members donned their tennis whites and played on the beautiful grass courts at the International Tennis Hall of Fame in Newport, RI.

For some it was their first time playing on grass and they learned how different a game it can be! Many thanks to Mark, Ken, and John for organizing the afternoon.
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Hi Folks, I am very excited to have joined Tennis4all just last week. I am a pretty decent player but am very rusty...lol. I was wondering if any of of you would be interested in hitting some balls around with me during the evening or on the weekend. I live at Harbor Point on the Bay on the Dorchester/Southie line and we have two nice tennis courts here, so I am able to host. Please do not hesitate to contact me via email (jamesvnagle@yahoo.com) or call me at 617.230.9768. Sincerely, Jim Nagle

2 months ago

Tennis4All Boston

It is with heavy hearts that we mourn the loss of three Tennis4All members in recent months: Paul Dome, Jackson MacKenzie, and Jamie Saengsawang. Their absence will create a profound impact on our community and they will be dearly missed.

Paul Dome was a one-of-kind talent, making everyone laugh on and off the court. Paul was a beloved director and performer at ImprovBoston, and a warm and supportive presence at our Saturday Socials and doubles leagues (when he wasn't playing soccer, of course.) Sharing a court with Paul meant you would leave with a smile on your face, no matter the outcome. Our hearts are with his friends and family.

Jackson MacKenzie was a beautiful soul who will be deeply missed and was loved by all who knew him. He played in the summer doubles league for eight seasons and became good friends along the way with many Tennis4All members. We will miss his infectious smile and kindness on and off the courts, and are grateful his words live on in the many books he has written. Our hearts go out to Jackson's husband Ben, his family, and the many friends he leaves behind.

Jamie Saengsawang was charismatic and fun-loving person, and a force of nature in Tennis4All. As our doubles league director in 2021, he loved being on the courts, and also adored fashion, playing poker with his friends, and the hospitality industry (he always knew about the cool new restaurants in town.) Jamie enjoyed traveling and spending time on Tik Tok, where he developed quite a following. Jamie will be deeply missed by his family and many friends.ย 

Let's honor Paul, Jackson, and Jamie by continuing to embody the virtues they brought to Tennis4All: kindness, warmth, and generosity of spirit. We thank them for helping to create a sense of belonging within our community.
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It is with heavy hearts that we mourn the loss of three Tennis4All members in recent months: Paul Dome, Jackson MacKenzie, and Jamie Saengsawang. Their absence will create a profound impact on our community and they will be dearly missed.

Paul Dome was a one-of-kind talent, making everyone laugh on and off the court. Paul was a beloved director and performer at ImprovBoston, and a warm and supportive presence at our Saturday Socials and doubles leagues (when he wasnt playing soccer, of course.) Sharing a court with Paul meant you would leave with a smile on your face, no matter the outcome. Our hearts are with his friends and family.

Jackson MacKenzie was a beautiful soul who will be deeply missed and was loved by all who knew him. He played in the summer doubles league for eight seasons and became good friends along the way with many Tennis4All members. We will miss his infectious smile and kindness on and off the courts, and are grateful his words live on in the many books he has written. Our hearts go out to Jacksons husband Ben, his family, and the many friends he leaves behind.

Jamie Saengsawang was charismatic and fun-loving person, and a force of nature in Tennis4All. As our doubles league director in 2021, he loved being on the courts, and also adored fashion, playing poker with his friends, and the hospitality industry (he always knew about the cool new restaurants in town.) Jamie enjoyed traveling and spending time on Tik Tok, where he developed quite a following. Jamie will be deeply missed by his family and many friends.ย 

Lets honor Paul, Jackson, and Jamie by continuing to embody the virtues they brought to Tennis4All: kindness, warmth, and generosity of spirit. We thank them for helping to create a sense of belonging within our community.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Three wonderful souls - very sad losses!

My sincere condolences to the Tennis4All Boston family

My heart breaks reading this post. My 30th year in Tennis4All Boston is next year. Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine this. My thoughts, prayers and condolences go out to friends, family and the tennis league. Please be kind to everyone. Family is not always the traditional family. Keep in contact with loved ones โค๏ธโค๏ธ

I was shocked to hear about Jamie. Such a light...Had the pleasure of playing with him.

No words...Will miss Jackson on our contract where he always showed up with a smile.

Thank you to the Tennis4All board for posting this loving tribute to these beautiful people we lost way too soon.

I am so heartbroken. Jamie was a good friend of mine

They will be missed.

Oh my.

Three kind smart soles lost too soon.

Big losses, broken hearts!!

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