OPAF hosts First Volley clinic

The Orthotic and Prosthetic Activities Foundation hosted a First Volley adaptive tennis clinic at Adventure Amputee Camp in Bryson City, N.C., according to a news release.

The clinic, led by First Volley instructor Amy Franklin, offered adaptive instruction in tennis for standing and wheelchair participants. This year, 36 campers were in attendance.


A First Volley athlete keeps her eye on the ball.



The clinics were sponsored by a grant from USTA North Carolina. All of the participants received back packs, t-shirts, hats and other prizes during the Hitting for Prizes session at the end of the clinic.

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