The tennis membership is not going to shut
Josy Freyssinier, the new president of TC Ydes, a volunteer in numerous associations, spends her time enhancing that of others. Back on these missions of volunteer and new president of a membership which almost disappeared.
“I used to be answerable for the ski part inside the Amicale laïque for 20 seasons. I organized outings on Wednesday afternoon the place I took actual pleasure in passing on my ardour for this sport to kids. In 1983, I joined the affiliation of voluntary blood donors of which I’ve been treasurer since 1992. Getting concerned in the very best promotion of the gesture that may save lives was and at all times stays apparent to me. From 2006 to 2014, I held the function of secretary at the mining Football membership, it was extra to serve the membership which lacked volunteers relatively than out of ardour. “
As for tennis, Josy has been current at the Ydes Tennis membership almost since its creation in 1981: “I took my first license in 1982. Over the years, we’ve got develop into connected to his membership. From a easy graduate, I naturally turned a volunteer, then vice-president and now president. I have in mind the spring staff championships throughout which I skilled memorable moments, particularly when touring with nice teammates (Annick, Huguette, Brigitte…) and some younger individuals we coached (Sindy, Cécile…). The June match with our pricey caravan which passed off underneath the bushes for two weeks additionally stays an excellent reminiscence in addition to the tennis camps on which I counted for an ideal profession! “
“It was unthinkable
let the club disappear ”
The new president nonetheless follows group classes, which permits her to have a sporty and pleasant exercise. For her, it was unthinkable that the Tennis membership would disappear: “The tennis membership is near my coronary heart. I can not think about going to sleep. My predecessors did a tremendous job, they’re staying in the workplace, which is heartwarming. In addition, a number of individuals joined us. The present scenario is sophisticated, between the Covid and the prohibited tennis corridor, however due to Jean-Pierre Galeyrand, mayor of Champagnac, and the provision of the corridor, the classes have been capable of proceed. “
She goes on to look to the future: “With my team, we are going to try to bring some projects to fruition, in particular, the re-engagement of teams in the championship, the maintenance and progression of the tennis school’s workforce. The ideal would be to find a room in the short term, it is really a handicap for the club. Following the general assembly, I can only say that Alain Delage, mayor of Ydes and his municipal council are on a possible project in collaboration with the community of municipalities ”.