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BTCS Celebrates Our Employees

BTCS employees were honored
at the annual Employee Recognition Dinner,
which was held at King University on May 18.

 Bristol Tennis to Get a New Home

Members of the Mighty Vikings tennis teams accept a check
from Steve Johnson, Johnson Commercial Development,
to help fund the new tennis center.

Leaders of the Bristol tennis community announced plans on Thursday, May 27, for the Ida Stone Jones Community Tennis Center, which will serve as home courts for the Mighty Viking tennis teams.

The tennis center is a public-private partnership among the City of Bristol, Tennessee, Bristol Tennessee City Schools, and the Homer A. and Ida S. Jones Charitable Trust. The state-of-the-art facility, to be built at the site of the former Central Elementary School, will boast eight lighted courts, which will be open to the public and maintained as a city park.

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