AGM Minute Amendment
Included in the AGM President’s report is a statement to clarify Oliver’s comment regarding email communication directed towards his family. To access the AGM meeting minutes and finances, please access the ATC website, and use password “sent in separate email” to access the Member’s only area.
City of Burlington has provided the ATC and project architect with a list of information required to obtain final approval for the Building Permit. Oliver will liaison with architect to expedite the process. Altomar is ready to proceed with the project once the Building Permit is approved.
Renovation trailer to arrive on January 16th. BOD to finalize details for access to the site and trailer during the renovation.
Thank you to all the participants in the Mixed Tournament and congratulations to the winners Sonya Dobrasyan and Jeff Leedale. It was great to see all who came out to cheer our players on and watch some great tennis.
Men’s Singles – February is around the corner and while love is in the air for Valentine’s Day, there will be no love on the courts when players battle it out in the upcoming 2020 Men’s Singles tournament! Scheduled matches commence March 6th and are scheduled to run until March 8th.
The ATC Banquet is planned for April 18, 2020 and will be held at the Austrian Club. More details will be provided at a later date.
Carrier and ATC Maintenance team are working on improving the reliability of the heating system. Due to the age of the equipment and increased maintenance costs the BOD is working with Carrier to understand the cost and timeline for a new unit.
An improved process has been developed for members who use their own ball machines. If you would like to bring your own ball machine to the club, please reach out to email@example.com.
Club’s waiting list currently at 128 active people.
Tomas Mayorga has joined the BOD as a junior representative. Tomas has developed a survey to enhance the junior experience at the club.
Pros are looking to partner with Burlington Junior Soccer League to run full day camps in the summer that will include both tennis and soccer.
Marketing and Communication
BOD is compiling a survey to send to membership to collect feedback on common questions and concerns.
Board to review and finalize a Board Code of Conduct.
BOD has reached out to parties who expressed interest in participating in the member subcommittee for constitution revision.
The new Aldershot Tennis Club website has launched. Please provide feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org for improvements to the site. The password to the Members area has been changed to ‘(sent in separate email)’. Try the “Ask The Board” button at the bottom of the main page to submit any questions or comments.
If you would like further details on any of the above, please refer to Board minutes on the website: https://www.aldershottennis.ca/members/
We are a not-for-profit volunteer-run tennis facility for recreational and competitive players of all ages with four fully-lit Plexicushion surfaced courts for year-round play (enclosed by a heated bubble in the winter season). Professional lessons and clinics are available. Clubhouse facilities are provided for members’ and guests’ use. We have a full slate of leagues, round robins and ladder competitions and hold regular social events and tournaments.