Center school tennis courts renamed out of appreciation for late secondary school tennis trainer

The Albuquerque tennis local area got together Saturday to respect the life and tradition of an adored tennis trainer. Becky lee was recollected by loved ones as a promoter for tennis locally.

Lee additionally helped mentor Albuquerque High to a couple of state titles in 2015 and 2016. She passed on in June of 2020 at 54 years old. As a feature of the city’s endeavors to put resources into the International District, they revamped and restored the tennis courts at Wilson Middle School and named the courts after Lee.

The city says it will guarantee her inheritance proceeds in the Albuquerque tennis local area. “Assisting kids with learning tennis as well as become familiar with the fundamental abilities that go with tennis. Thus, we’re exceptionally eager to rededicate the courts to Becky however one might say, she will be living on through what will occur at these courts for quite a long time to come,” said Dave Simon, overseer of the City of Albuquerque Parks and Recreation Department.

The city additionally held a pledge drive to help the Wilson Middle School tennis program and they say they desire to hold a pledge drive every year.

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