Villager to Host Event For Multiple Myeloma Groups
February 04, 2020
Feb 4, 2020 - Daily Sun by Tyler Breaman. Ed Curtis wants to shine a light on Multiple Myeloma. And he is hopeful Masters Tennis will help him do just that. To read more of this article, pick up the Feb 4th edition of the Daily Sun.
USTA Florida names Ed Curtis of The Villages January Florida Tennis Volunteer of the Month
January 15, 2019
USTA Florida - Jan 15, 2019 - Ed Curtis and his wife Carolyn were blindsided in 2011 by a rare cancer they had never heard of - Multiple Myeloma, a cancer of the blood afflicting fewer than 200,000 Americans a year. The Villages resident......read more
Tennis Instructor Racks up Donations for Multiple Myeloma Patients
December 12, 2018
By Ciara Varone, Daily Sun Senior Writer - Ed Curtis teaches tennis and organizes an annual tournament to raise money for cancer patients. In the last 3 years, Ed Curtis has given out over 150 gas cards and over $1800 in gas cards in 2018 alone to the Multiple Myeloma Support Group in The Villages, FL.
Resident Uses His Tennis Skills To Help Cancer Patients
October 25, 2017
Lurvin Fernandez / Daily Sun Staff Writer - RESIDENT USES HIS TENNIS SKILLS TO HELP CANCER PATIENTS. Ed Curtis, of the Village of Belvedere and a tennis instructor, donates the money he receives for his tennis instruction to The Villages Multiple Myeloma Support Group in memory of his wife, Carolyn Curtis.
Learn or Re-Learn The Fundamentals of Tennis
November 22, 2016
By Keith Pearlman, Daily Sun - LEARN OR RE-LEARN THE FUNDAMENTALS OF TENNIS. Keith visited one of our Tennis Basics classes and decided to put the story on the front page of the Lifestyle section of the Daily Sun. The story highlighted Curtis Tennis as A GREAT ACTIVITY WORTH TRYING IN THE VILLAGES.
Get the Fundamentals at Tennis Basics Class
March 09, 2016
By Paul Jenkins, Daily Sun - GET THE FUNDAMENTALS AT TENNIS BASICS CLASS. Paul started the story with a quote: As he looks around at all the pickle-ball courts and sees them filled with Villagers, Ed Curtis gets a little wistful. He wants to the see same thing on all the tennis courts in the Villages. So Curtis is doing what he can to fill up those courts, and that means teaching the basics of the game to anyone who wants to learn. SEE VIDEO