Community Organization

La Mirada Community Tennis Association
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12518 Volunteer Ave
Norwalk, CA, United States

Organization Contacts

Coach
Dee Henry
dee.henry@biola.edu
562-822-8597

Dee Henry, President of the La Mirada Community Tennis Association is a pleased to announce that they provide FREE tennis training for wheelchair tennis players at all levels and for athletes with unique abilities who are preparing for Special Olympics Competitions.

Wheelchair Tennis:
Weekly workouts for wheelchair tournament players are held at:
iTennis La Habra
351 S Euclid St
La Habra, CA 90631

Adaptive Tennis:
During the Fall Semester(s) we train athletes who qualify for Special Olympic tennis events. Clearance to participate in Special Olympics must be done before the fall program begins.

La Mirada Community Tennis Association also trains volunteers who desire to SERVE others as they receive tennis teaching experience.

Contact Coach Dee for:

  • All Practice Times
  • The Junior Wheelchair Schedule
  • Volunteering Opportunities

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Dee has been instrumental in providing access to the sport of tennis for players in wheelchairs and players with unique abilities for decades. Dee is renown in the Southern California tennis scene as the former women’s tennis coach at Biola University where she hosted her programs for many years. Since her retirement from Biola she has moved her programs to the La Mirada Community Tennis Association where she continues her tireless work in adaptive and wheelchair tennis.

Dee’s program is truly unique, and her program provides instruction for recreational players, as well as highly competitive athletes. Dee is responsible for introducing many new players to the game and has seen her programs make huge development in others. Dee’s program has trained several nationally ranked players whose “first serve” was at Biola, including Eddie Medel, Vicki Sarantakos, Jimmy Sutandar, Mike Janssen, and Kevin Conrad. Eddie and Vicki have also competed in the USTA/ITA National Collegiate Wheelchair Championship. Dee has provided a consistent and reliable clinic that attracts a large number of players on a regular basis.

La Mirada Community Tennis Association is a 501- C 3 Non-Profit tax exempt organization, donations may be sent to:
La Mirada Community Tennis Association
12518 Volunteer Ave
Norwalk, Ca 90650
make checks payable to: La Mirada Community Tennis Association

Affiliated Disability Types: Cognitive / Intellectual / Developmental, Wheelchair. Affiliated Sports Wheelchair Tennis.
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