Anguilla Set To Become `Tennis power House` Of The Caribbean

7th Jan 2003

The beautiful Caribbean Island of Anguilla has unveiled it`s proposal for a state of the art tennis facility. The complex, designed by world-renowned architect Myron Goldfinger, is estimated to cost US$1,684,300.
With seven courts, the tennis centre will allow hundreds of Anguillian children to hone their skills year round. To assist with development the `Buy a Brick! ` campaign has been launched. For US$100, donators can purchase a brick that will be inscribed with their name and used in a walkway to the facility.
The project spearhead Mitch Lake wants to raise US$200,000 per week, and host the grand opening in early 2004. For more information visit the website



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