APTA donation benefits Community Centers

Patricio Misitrano, tournament director, and event supporters Joe (not pictured) and Mary Pat Cabrera, presented CCI with a $5,500 gift to support its programs. “We are so excited to receive this honor. It is just wonderful that associations such as APTA reach out and recognize organizations such as ours. Every donation allows us to continue to provide and strengthen our services to the community,” said Pamela Griffin, CCI’s acting executive director.

Patricio Misitrano, tournament director, and event supporters Joe (not pictured) and Mary Pat Cabrera, presented CCI with a $5,500 gift to support its programs. “We are so excited to receive this honor. It is just wonderful that associations such as APTA reach out and recognize organizations such as ours. Every donation allows us to continue to provide and strengthen our services to the community,” said Pamela Griffin, CCI’s acting executive director.

The American Platform Tennis Association hosted its Mixed Nationals and Husbands and Wife Nationals tournaments in March.

The APTA event was held at Greenwich Country Club, with more than 48 teams on the husbands and wife event and at capacity with 64 teams in the mixed event.

Part of APTA’s commitment is to give back to the community. Community Centers Inc. of Greenwich, a social services agency serving the Greenwich community for almost 60 years, was the recipient of APTA’s generosity.

CCI programs help children needing critical after-school tutoring and support, adolescents developing their computer and life skills, senior residents dealing with shrinking resources and increased needs, counseling to families in times of crisis and therapeutic programs for those with special needs.

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