WHO: Kids 5–18
WHEN: Sunday, May 6 1–3 pm
WHERE: River Valley Club, 33 Morgan Dr., Lebanon, N.H.
COST: $10 per person
Play tennis games with RVC tennis professionals along with your friends while also learning how to fuel your body from Co-op food educators. This event is being organized by Mason Arado (age 14) and supports Positive Tracks with their mission to help young people make a change through physical activity.
So join Mason and Co-op staff this Sunday. Bring tennis shoes, water bottle, and a tennis racquet. (one will be provided if you don't have one).
Register & Donate HERE
"I’ve taken on a challenge for Postive Tracks and will be hosting a tennis event at the River Valley Club. All kids 5-18 years old are invited! All the funds and awareness I raise will impact Postive Tracks and their mission to help young people sweat for good. So youth can make change for causes they care about, using the power of their own minds and muscles.
I am passionate about tennis and helping Postive Tracks because I wanted to show people that you can get active and make a change while having fun doing it. I hope to raise $750 and advocate for their mission. It feels great to be making a difference with my own sweat!
If you can’t make a donation at this point, help me reach my goal by sharing this on social media or by coming to the event. Or, send an email to friends who might be interested in participating or contributing, and include a link to my page.
THANK YOU for helping me and being a part of this!"
- Mason Arado, Event Organizer, Aged 14
WHAT YOUR DONATION WILL DO
Because of your support, more kids will be able to get support and guidance from Positive Tracks. Their approach is simple: Whether young people want to join an existing athletic event or create their own, they apply to Positive Tracks for free mentorship & training in leadership, team-building, cause advocacy, fundraising & event planning. They provide toolkits, insurance, digital platforms & incentives. End result? Confident young people, mobilized community and amplified impact.