CATS is a mixed doubles league that offers fun both on and off the courts with year-round tennis and social events.

CATS members play indoors at Lakeshore Sport & Fitness on Wednesday nights from 9-11 PM in Fall, Winter/Spring and Summer Sessions. Teams are divided into three levels so players of most skill levels can find a fit. Social events include tennis round-robins and outings to professional sports events.


Oak Park Tennis Party, July 27: Don’t miss this very popular party on Oak Park’s clay courts, followed by Bob’s Bountiful Barbecue. See the flyer for details.


It’s Time to Renew Your CATS’ Membership: Log into your info in the Members’ Section of the website, verify your information, click RENEW, and you are done! Renew before August 31 and you’ll save $5.

ID Cards:
Lakeshore has created ID cards for CATS members who joined CATS within the last two years. If that’s you, please ask at for your card at the front desk the next time you play. If you have been in CATS longer and do not have a card for whatever reason, please let Jo Ellen Reed know.

Members-only section: This area of the website includes the member directory, division schedules, team lists and sub lists for each division, the prize list and more. Click the link in the menu above and sign up to get access. If you forget your password, click here for instructions on how to reset it.


Fun With CATS is a collaboration between the Social Committee and the Director of Communications. It was published occasionally until CATS was able to resume playing tennis as a way of keeping in touch with each other and remembering how much fun we have on and off the court. Issues looked at photos of past events, shared news about members or information about tennis instruction—anything we can think of that’s fun and relevant to CATS! Issues generally have a main article followed by news tidbits. Issues to date are below.

FWC #1 An array of online tennis instruction at a bargain price (offer now over).

FWC #2 Denied traveling to exotic places, Peggy Harrison discovers photo opportunities close to home.

FWC #3 Revisit — or attend for the first time — CATS’ 50th Birthday party last year.

FWC #4 See the progression of Karen Hirsch’s online Image of the Day art project through the early days of the shutdown.

FWC#5 Becky Corrigan explains how she and her students adapted to remote learning.

FWC #6 A look at the amazing life of CATS’ oldest playing member, Dave Herd.

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