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Florida H.S. Tennis Players Receive USTA Serves Scholarships

July 3, 2014 08:00 AM
mediawall-USTA ServesFloridians Natalie Amortegui of Weston, Adrienne D'Alewyn of Plantaton, and Grace Winslow of Sunrise were among 49 students across the U.S. receiving $330,000 in college scholarships from USTA Serves, the national charitable foundation of the United States Tennis Association.

Amortegui and D'Alewyn received USTA Serves College Education Scholarships ($8,000 each), which go to high school seniors who have excelled academically, demonstrated community service and participated in an organized tennis program.

Winslow received a USTA Serves College Textbook Scholarship ($1,000), which provides a one-time award to assist students in purchasing textbooks or supplies.

One of the objectives of USTA Serves is to encourage children to pursue their goals and highest dreams by succeeding in school and becoming responsible citizens. Each year, USTA Serves awards scholarships to deserving youth who have participated in USTA and other organized youth tennis programs, have demonstrated high academic achievement and require financial assistance for college matriculation.
"USTA Serves is proud to award these students for their academic achievements and tennis success," said Dan Faber, USTA Serves executive director. "It is exciting to know that with these scholarships, they can continue to prosper. We commend them for their efforts and wish them a future filled with greatness on and off the court."
For additional information go to www.ustaserves.com





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