The Club Sportif Bellac Tennis, led by Jean-Pierre Maugein, held its general assembly on Saturday, September 17, at the club rue Léo-Lagrange, in the presence of several personalities
Jean-Pierre Maugein confirmed that the club had returned to a normal level of activity after the Covid-19 period: for the year 2021-2022, the club registered 161 licensees: 36% are women and 53% are young. An analysis shows that 84% of the members come from 18 communes in the Haut-Limousin communes.
After thanking all the club members for their commitment, the educators, the volunteers, the parents for their commitment, the local authorities (departmental council, town hall, CCHLeM, Club Sportif Bellac Omnisports, the tennis department and all partners such as well than the club’s referees, President Maugein also pointed out that since 2012 there has been an Adapted Tennis group with six participants for lessons given by special educators this year.
Excellent results In the presentation of the activity report, Deputy Secretary Nadine Paillier emphasized the excellent results with a couple of first places in the championships. All these competitions enabled the club to record 60 national classifieds, including 16 women. She also specified all the dates for the various 2023 tournaments with a highlight for the summer: the 50 e
edition of the Bellac International Tennis Open, from July 8 to 23.
Francis Dumas, treasurer, presented the accounts, which show financial activity around 40,000 euros, which revealed a slight positive balance in the 2021/2022 balance sheet.
The contributions for 2022/2023 were unanimously adopted without an increase.
After unanimously adopting the financial report and the preliminary budget, the assembly admitted a new member to the board: Lucille Gabaud-Jubau. A new female member thus joins the executive board. Patrick Delmas congratulated the club for its excellent management and investment. He shared some information regarding the branch committee and the union. Jean-Marie Roch stated that the municipality supports sports in Bellac, especially tennis with the repair of the clay courts every year. It was submitted to the town of Bellac, the study of the repair of the automatic irrigation system and the outdoor courts, which have not been redone since 1980.