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SLIDESHOW: Crozet Elementary School QuickStart Tennis
by Tim Shea | Saturday, August 30, 2014 at 12:01 a.m.
(L-R) Linda Harrell from Quick Start Tennis, Crozet principal Gwedette Crummie, Supervisor Ann Mallek, School Board chair Ned Gallaway, School Board member Kate Acuff and project supervisor Montie Breeden
(L-R) Linda Harrell from Quick Start Tennis, Crozet principal Gwedette Crummie, Supervisor Ann Mallek, School Board chair Ned Gallaway, School Board member Kate Acuff and project supervisor Montie Breeden
Crozet principal Gwedette Crummie and Linda Harrell cut the ribbon to open the new courts
Crozet principal Gwedette Crummie and Linda Harrell cut the ribbon to open the new courts
Crozet Elementary students playing tennis
Crozet Elementary students playing tennis
Crozet Elementary students playing tennis
Crozet Elementary students playing tennis
Crozet Elementary students playing tennis
Crozet Elementary students playing tennis
Crozet Elementary students enjoying the school's new tennis courts
Crozet Elementary students enjoying the school's new tennis courts
Crozet Elementary students playing tennis
Crozet Elementary students playing tennis
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On Friday, August 29, Crozet Elementary School opened three new tennis courts provided by the non-profit organization QuickStart Tennis. QuickStart partners with several Albemarle schools to provide kid-sized courts for children interested in learning the game. 

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