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News - December 2008
<font color="#ef280c" face="Verdana" size="3"><strong>Jeff Harrison, VP League Properties for WTT, takes on volunteer role of USTA Middle States President for the 2009-10 term.</strong></font><br><br> <div> <table align="right" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="229">   <!--dwlayouttable-->  <tbody> <tr>     <td height="158" valign="top" width="229"><img src="" align="right" border="1" hspace="0"></td>   </tr>   <tr>     <td height="10" valign="top"> <div style="padding-bottom: 15px;" align="center"><font color="#000000" face="Verdana" size="1"><strong>Outgoing USTA MS President Malcolm Reily, Incoming USTA MS President Jeff Harrison, USTA MS Executive Director Marlynn Orlando</strong></font></div> </td>   </tr> </tbody> </table> <font color="#000000" face="Verdana" size="2"><em><strong>We are - USTA Middle States</strong></em></font><br> <font color="#000000" face="Verdana" size="2">What do you think of when you hear "United States Tennis Association (USTA)?" If you think of the US Open or the Olympus US Open Series you're correct. But there's a lot more involved than just these professional tournaments. Programming for children 10-and-under as well as teenagers, adults and senior citizens, scholarships, grants, and educational initiatives are the heart of the USTA's mission - to promote and grow the game of tennis.<br><br>And while some may know the USTA is based in White Plains, N.Y., many don't realize the USTA is organized into 17 sections, nor do many know each section has its own Board of Directors and staff working hard just or you.<br><br>USTA Middle States section is a four-state region consisting of Delaware, New Jersey (excluding a 30-mile radius around New York City), Pennsylvania and the panhandle of West Virginia. USTA Middle States, a not-for-profit organization, boasts more than 30,000 individual members and 450 organizational members.<br><br>  </font></div>