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Eric Donahue


Happy Spring! Welcome back to the Berks County Tennis Club! 

For those of you who do not know me, I wanted to take a moment and introduce myself.  My name is Eric Donahue, I am the Berks County Tennis Club president.  I have been playing tennis since I was ten years old.  I played for Holy Name High School followed by collegiate tennis at West Chester University.  I have been married for twenty-two years and my wife and I have three children.  The Wyomissing borough has been my home for most of my life.  Professionally, I am a realtor for REMAX of Reading and have been since 2002.  I have been a member of the BCTC community since 1994.

It is hard to believe that in four short weeks, the courts will be filled with members enjoying our facilities and playing tennis again.  We are looking forward to the 2024 season being just as successful as last season.  We are hoping to have the club open by the end of April.  Our goals at the BCTC are to create, develop, maintain, and promote tennis in our community.  The BCTC will continue to strive to provide a multitude of tennis opportunities and programs focused on having fun, playing good matches, reaping the benefits of outdoor physical activity, and community.

BCTC is a well-respected institution in our community rooted with a robust history.  We are known for our exceptional Junior Development Program and our welcoming sense of community. The Junior Program was successful again last season thanks to our outstanding coaching staff of Jen and Rick Aubin.  The courts were well maintained by Bob LaHoda.  Their hard work resulted in the club members being able to enjoy tennis with their friends and families.

We are thrilled to have you all as members!  Please help us keep YOU up to date on all our activities. You can easily do this on Facebook and our website at

I look forward to seeing all of you on the courts this summer!  If you have any questions, please email me at or call me at
484-638-8302.  Stay safe and healthy!


Eric Donahue

President BCTC

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