New Club Manager Named for CTC

Dear Cincinnati Tennis Club Members,

The Board of Trustees is pleased to announce Nancy Weintrub as the club manager for CTC.

 

Many of you may know Nancy who is a member of the tennis club. Nancy is a graduate of the University of Michigan with a degree in botany, and has studied at the University of Cincinnati School of Design, Art, Architecture & Planning. Having owned her own jewelry business, Nancy now works full time at Nordstrom's in their fine jewelry department.  Nancy also has extensive experience in catering and event management.

 

Nancy has the experience to engage the diverse membership of CTC, and the ability to execute the many events and other activities at the tennis club.  Nancy's outgoing personality and confidence will be a perfect fit for this position.

 

A special thanks goes to the personnel committee, Moira Weir, John Williams and Brian Gibson, for their dedication to this process. They have been professional and comprehensive in the execution of this charge and spent countless hours getting the details complete.

 

I know you will join me in welcoming Nancy to the staff of Cincinnati Tennis Club.

 

Karen Wendel 

Incoming Board President


Staffing for the 2015 Season
Doug Matthews as been named as the Director of Tennis for the 2015 season. 
Hiring for the additional staff needed is in process for Opening Day.
  
Welcome to Cincinnati Tennis Club
The club is currently closed for the season and will reopen in April, 2015. 
Mail received at the club during the off-season will be forwarded and handled.
 

Cincinnati Tennis Club (CTC) was founded in 1880 just five years after tennis was introduced in America.  The club is one of the oldest in the United States.  It is the second oldest tennis club west of the Allegheny Mountains and is among the ten oldest clubs in the United States.

Nestled in the heart of East Walnut Hills, we have 10 outdoor clay courts and a gorgeous club house with a large covered porch.  We are open mid-April through Mid-October.

A reminder to members and guests about our guest policy:
A guest may come up to 6 times a season
$15 will be charged to the member each time they bring a guest


 
 



 
 
 
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