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June 8, 2017 DRJ II provides tennis scholarships

Posted on Jun 8, 2017

DRJ II provided 4 full tennis summer camp scholarships so far this summer, to underprivileged kids this summer.  Pagnozzi Charities http://www.pagnozzicharities.com supplied the campers.  Sequoya Methodist Retreat hosted the camp.  David loved tennis, especially teaching the game to children.

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2016 Kid’s Tennis Day results…Awesome!

Posted on Nov 16, 2016

An excellent day in honor of David.  (for pics click “Kids Tennis Day” tab on the top line of the page.)  35 children ages from 7 to 13 enjoyed 2 hours with the men’s Razorback Tennis team.  (The feeling was shared too by the guys!)  All the kids went home with their own new racquet and 3 “HOG” tennis balls.  We had cupcakes and punch for our snack break…all gone.  Camp War Eagle, a Partner with the Jones Center in Springdale, Arkansas, joined us for the first time this year.  20 boys and girls were brought by Camp War Eagle.  We so appreciate their outstanding participation, and the manners shown by all their children and the...

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November 13, 2016: Kid’s Tennis Day date set, AND a new participant, Camp War Eagle a Partner with The Jones Center in Springdale, Arkansas

Posted on Oct 1, 2016

The date set is Sunday November 13, 2016.  36 children ages between 8 and 13 will spend 2 hours with the men’s Razorback tennis team and their Head Coach, Andy Jackson.  Time: 1:00-3:00, Place:  Dill Tennis Center in Fayetteville.  Kids are being brought by Pagnozzi Charities, and for the first time this year, Camp War Eagle a Partner with The Jones Center in Springdale.  We are VERY pleased with their participation!  Visit the Camp’s website at http://campwareagle.org Benefits to the kids: 1.)  tennis time with Coach Andy Jackson,  Men’s Tennis Head Coach 2.)  coaching and interaction with the Razorback team tennis players 3.)  kids take home a free...

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Memorial park bench to honor David

Posted on Jan 11, 2011

DRJII Memorial, Inc. purchased a bench from the city of Fayetteville to honor David. The bench is located at Scull Creek trail where it crosses Maple. (pics in “Read More”.)

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