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Coming January 2017 this episode will look at the first infrastructure project being conducted in Cuba in over 60 years; resurfacing the Havana tennis courts. However, this project is about more than tennis. It is about restoring friendships that have been lost for generations.
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HAVANA, CUBA- In an historic meeting on March 1, 2016, the Cuban government approved a project to rebuild the tennis courts at the National Tennis Center in Havana, Cuba. The project is the vision of Jake Agna, tennis pro of Burlington, Vermont.
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His Vermont Kids on The Ball Program along with the Cuban American Friendship Society are now taking this new found relationship a step further. After President Obama’s executive order to lift sanctions on the communist island, the group was able to get approval to re-build 10 tennis courts at the National Tennis Center in Havana.
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Jake, Kids on The Ball on WCAX this evening talking about the National Tennis Center Project in Cuba with The Cuban American Friendship Society and Hinding Tennis.