Frank Sinatra may have told the world he did it ‘his way’, but you and I know that anyone who makes it in any discipline whether it be sport, music, gymnastics, dance or martial arts without exception, has had a helping hand. I’m sure a young Sinatra had a voice coach or promoter to give him the encouragement and support he needed to stick with singing. Likewise I’m pretty sure LeBron James had many junior coaches who transported him to games, encouraged and taught him the finer details of the game over and over again. Even at the top of their professions, “Old Blue Eyes” and “The King” would have been surrounded by unpaid, hardworking volunteers, happy to do their bit to help others. Truly, there are no heroes without unsung heroes.
Well, we have over two hundred twenty (220) of those unsung heroes right here in our community and we want to recognize and thank them for all the hard work they do for the kids of our community. Just take a look at some of our wonderful coaches to see them in action.
As well as our unsung heroes, we also have 130 professional instructors serving over 2,000 members participating in over 120 high quality recreational and educational activities every week. From Robotics to Rugby, Pilates to Public Speaking, Tennis to Taekwondo, Basketball to Ballet, Film to Fitness, there is something for everyone!
TYPA Managing Director
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