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Newsmaker: Hank Hughes |

Newsmaker: Hank Hughes

| Sunday, November 4, 2007 12:00 p.m

Age: 54

Residence: Peters

Family: Daughter, Jackie Hughes, 22, of Shadyside

Occupation: Mt. Lebanon Director of Tennis/Head Tennis Pro

Education: Bachelor’s degree in music education from Muskingum College in New Concord, Ohio.

Background: Hughes worked as a tennis pro at Glen Creek Tennis Club in South Park for the past 15 years and was director of tennis/head tennis pro at Youghiogheny Country Club in Elizabeth Township for three summers. He taught music to kindergarten through high school students and was the choir and band director for four years at Madison School District in Guernsey County, Ohio. He also worked in retail management and insurance sales. He holds the highest certifications as a tennis pro from the United States Professional Tennis Association and the United States Professional Tennis Registry. He received the Tennis Pro of the Year award in 2001 and the Volunteer of the Year award in 2006, both from the United States Tennis Association’s Allegheny Mountain district.

Noteworthy: Named Mt. Lebanon Director of Tennis/Head Tennis Pro

Quote: “I saw this as an opportunity to create my own programming and become the head professional at probably the nicest outdoor municipal facility in Western Pennsylvania.”

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