Through Aug. 14, the A’s & Aces youth tennis program is participating in the #ReturnTheServe Twitter campaign sponsored by JPMorgan Chase.

The participating program that secures the most tweets will receive $10,000, and a child from that program will go to New York City to meet and “hit” with Serena Williams at the National Tennis Center.

The $10,000 prize would be in addition to $10,000 that A’s & Aces and nine other chapters of National Junior Tennis and Learning already have received from the U.S. Tennis Association Foundation in partnership with U.S. Open sponsor JPMorgan Chase & Co.

To learn more about the organization and the #ReturnTheServe contest, visit asandaces.org.

To mark the beginning of the #ReturnTheServe Twitter campaign for National Junior Tennis and Learning, a Fun Day was held July 10 at the NORDC Joe Brown Park Tennis Center. Among those on hand for the event were A’s & Aces Executive Director David Schumacher; Chase Executive Director John Jeremiah; A’s & Aces board members Steven Usdin, Jane Cross and Kenny Waguespack; NORDC CEO Vic Richard; USTA Foundation representative Melanie Wright; and Chase’s Ariel Johnson. More than 150 A’s & Aces campers rotated through tennis drill stations, hitting for prizes.