Aug
17
Fri
Friday Night Tennis @ Sportsmen's
Aug 17 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

police good shotFriday Night Tennis, offered in partnership with the Boston Police and the Boston Police Community Tennis Association.  Volley Against Violence (VAV), a partnership with the Boston Police Department, brings youth of all ages from all over Boston to Sportsmen’s for weekly, free tennis with Sportsmen’s coaches and Boston Police officers. The program takes place on Fridays from 6 to 8PM. VAV began in 2009 with eight participants and one police volunteer and has grown tremendously in the years since. Today, we regularly have over 140 participants on any given Friday night. Through tennis, VAV empowers youth to develop important life skills both on and off the tennis court. Youth participants learn to work as a team, to set and achieve goals, to respect one another, to respect police officers and to resolve conflicts as well as learn the importance of making an effort and trying new things.

Aug
24
Fri
Friday Night Tennis @ Sportsmen's
Aug 24 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

police good shotFriday Night Tennis, offered in partnership with the Boston Police and the Boston Police Community Tennis Association.  Volley Against Violence (VAV), a partnership with the Boston Police Department, brings youth of all ages from all over Boston to Sportsmen’s for weekly, free tennis with Sportsmen’s coaches and Boston Police officers. The program takes place on Fridays from 6 to 8PM. VAV began in 2009 with eight participants and one police volunteer and has grown tremendously in the years since. Today, we regularly have over 140 participants on any given Friday night. Through tennis, VAV empowers youth to develop important life skills both on and off the tennis court. Youth participants learn to work as a team, to set and achieve goals, to respect one another, to respect police officers and to resolve conflicts as well as learn the importance of making an effort and trying new things.

Aug
31
Fri
Friday Night Tennis @ Sportsmen's
Aug 31 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

police good shotFriday Night Tennis, offered in partnership with the Boston Police and the Boston Police Community Tennis Association.  Volley Against Violence (VAV), a partnership with the Boston Police Department, brings youth of all ages from all over Boston to Sportsmen’s for weekly, free tennis with Sportsmen’s coaches and Boston Police officers. The program takes place on Fridays from 6 to 8PM. VAV began in 2009 with eight participants and one police volunteer and has grown tremendously in the years since. Today, we regularly have over 140 participants on any given Friday night. Through tennis, VAV empowers youth to develop important life skills both on and off the tennis court. Youth participants learn to work as a team, to set and achieve goals, to respect one another, to respect police officers and to resolve conflicts as well as learn the importance of making an effort and trying new things.

Sep
7
Fri
Friday Night Tennis @ Sportsmen's
Sep 7 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

police good shotFriday Night Tennis, offered in partnership with the Boston Police and the Boston Police Community Tennis Association.  Volley Against Violence (VAV), a partnership with the Boston Police Department, brings youth of all ages from all over Boston to Sportsmen’s for weekly, free tennis with Sportsmen’s coaches and Boston Police officers. The program takes place on Fridays from 6 to 8PM. VAV began in 2009 with eight participants and one police volunteer and has grown tremendously in the years since. Today, we regularly have over 140 participants on any given Friday night. Through tennis, VAV empowers youth to develop important life skills both on and off the tennis court. Youth participants learn to work as a team, to set and achieve goals, to respect one another, to respect police officers and to resolve conflicts as well as learn the importance of making an effort and trying new things.

Sep
14
Fri
Friday Night Tennis @ Sportsmen's
Sep 14 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

police good shotFriday Night Tennis, offered in partnership with the Boston Police and the Boston Police Community Tennis Association.  Volley Against Violence (VAV), a partnership with the Boston Police Department, brings youth of all ages from all over Boston to Sportsmen’s for weekly, free tennis with Sportsmen’s coaches and Boston Police officers. The program takes place on Fridays from 6 to 8PM. VAV began in 2009 with eight participants and one police volunteer and has grown tremendously in the years since. Today, we regularly have over 140 participants on any given Friday night. Through tennis, VAV empowers youth to develop important life skills both on and off the tennis court. Youth participants learn to work as a team, to set and achieve goals, to respect one another, to respect police officers and to resolve conflicts as well as learn the importance of making an effort and trying new things.

Sep
21
Fri
Friday Night Tennis @ Sportsmen's
Sep 21 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

police good shotFriday Night Tennis, offered in partnership with the Boston Police and the Boston Police Community Tennis Association.  Volley Against Violence (VAV), a partnership with the Boston Police Department, brings youth of all ages from all over Boston to Sportsmen’s for weekly, free tennis with Sportsmen’s coaches and Boston Police officers. The program takes place on Fridays from 6 to 8PM. VAV began in 2009 with eight participants and one police volunteer and has grown tremendously in the years since. Today, we regularly have over 140 participants on any given Friday night. Through tennis, VAV empowers youth to develop important life skills both on and off the tennis court. Youth participants learn to work as a team, to set and achieve goals, to respect one another, to respect police officers and to resolve conflicts as well as learn the importance of making an effort and trying new things.

Sep
28
Fri
Friday Night Tennis @ Sportsmen's
Sep 28 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

police good shotFriday Night Tennis, offered in partnership with the Boston Police and the Boston Police Community Tennis Association.  Volley Against Violence (VAV), a partnership with the Boston Police Department, brings youth of all ages from all over Boston to Sportsmen’s for weekly, free tennis with Sportsmen’s coaches and Boston Police officers. The program takes place on Fridays from 6 to 8PM. VAV began in 2009 with eight participants and one police volunteer and has grown tremendously in the years since. Today, we regularly have over 140 participants on any given Friday night. Through tennis, VAV empowers youth to develop important life skills both on and off the tennis court. Youth participants learn to work as a team, to set and achieve goals, to respect one another, to respect police officers and to resolve conflicts as well as learn the importance of making an effort and trying new things.

Oct
5
Fri
Friday Night Tennis @ Sportsmen's
Oct 5 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

police good shotFriday Night Tennis, offered in partnership with the Boston Police and the Boston Police Community Tennis Association.  Volley Against Violence (VAV), a partnership with the Boston Police Department, brings youth of all ages from all over Boston to Sportsmen’s for weekly, free tennis with Sportsmen’s coaches and Boston Police officers. The program takes place on Fridays from 6 to 8PM. VAV began in 2009 with eight participants and one police volunteer and has grown tremendously in the years since. Today, we regularly have over 140 participants on any given Friday night. Through tennis, VAV empowers youth to develop important life skills both on and off the tennis court. Youth participants learn to work as a team, to set and achieve goals, to respect one another, to respect police officers and to resolve conflicts as well as learn the importance of making an effort and trying new things.

Oct
12
Fri
Friday Night Tennis @ Sportsmen's
Oct 12 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

police good shotFriday Night Tennis, offered in partnership with the Boston Police and the Boston Police Community Tennis Association.  Volley Against Violence (VAV), a partnership with the Boston Police Department, brings youth of all ages from all over Boston to Sportsmen’s for weekly, free tennis with Sportsmen’s coaches and Boston Police officers. The program takes place on Fridays from 6 to 8PM. VAV began in 2009 with eight participants and one police volunteer and has grown tremendously in the years since. Today, we regularly have over 140 participants on any given Friday night. Through tennis, VAV empowers youth to develop important life skills both on and off the tennis court. Youth participants learn to work as a team, to set and achieve goals, to respect one another, to respect police officers and to resolve conflicts as well as learn the importance of making an effort and trying new things.

Oct
19
Fri
Friday Night Tennis @ Sportsmen's
Oct 19 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

police good shotFriday Night Tennis, offered in partnership with the Boston Police and the Boston Police Community Tennis Association.  Volley Against Violence (VAV), a partnership with the Boston Police Department, brings youth of all ages from all over Boston to Sportsmen’s for weekly, free tennis with Sportsmen’s coaches and Boston Police officers. The program takes place on Fridays from 6 to 8PM. VAV began in 2009 with eight participants and one police volunteer and has grown tremendously in the years since. Today, we regularly have over 140 participants on any given Friday night. Through tennis, VAV empowers youth to develop important life skills both on and off the tennis court. Youth participants learn to work as a team, to set and achieve goals, to respect one another, to respect police officers and to resolve conflicts as well as learn the importance of making an effort and trying new things.