Members of the Homewood-Flossmoor Racquet Club brought concerns to park commissioners Tuesday about a change of job status for Umang Chadda, the club's tennis pro and now former racquet sports manager.
The Homewood-Flossmoor Park Board expects to save more than $20,000 in energy costs in 2019 by switching to LED lights.
At its Nov. 20 meeting, the board approved the $11,974 purchase of LED lights from Helsel Jepperson for the Racquet & Fitness Club, 2920 W. 183rd St in Homewood.
Staff will be switching bulbs throughout the club, except the tennis courts where the lighting fixtures were replaced about five years ago.
First-time-ever virtual fitness classes at the Homewood-Flossmoor Racquet & Fitness Club offer opportunities whether you’re an early riser, have free time in the afternoon or want to fill an open evening on your calendar.
Umang Chadda, a top-ranked tennis player and world-class coach, will serve as the new racquet sports manager for the Homewood-Flossmoor Park District’s Racquet & Fitness Club.