NJTTC membership application is due By Sep 31st every year. Membership amounts this year are
- Yearly membership
- Adult: $475 (or $425, if paid by September 30, 2012)
- Junior/Student: $235
- Family: $700
- Pro-rated memberships are available.
e.g., an individual membership starting in November is $475 x 10 / 12,
because you're only paying for 10 of the 12 months in the membership year.
- Yearly membership renewals
- Adult: $405 (a $20 discount) if paid before September 30, 2012.
- Junior: $225 (a $10 discount) if paid before September 30, 2012.
- Daily pass - open to close
- Adult: $12
- Junior/Student: $8
- Newcomers are welcome to enjoy one free session as guests.
To join the Club for the first time or to renew your membership, please print out the membership form, fill it out, make out a check payable to NJTTC and either mail it to us at the address indicated on the form or hand it to a Club Officer.
Hardcopies of the membership form are also available at the Club.
The mission of the NJTTC is to provide a safe, attractive and well equipped locale for its members to engage in the great sport of table tennis. It is a member owned, run and directed organization and a convenient venue for instruction, competition and social interaction. As one of the premiere clubs in the U.S.A. the NJTTC is at the vanguard of the promotion table tennis to the widest possible audience so it receives its just due as a sport that can be played by anyone, any age, anywhere and at any level with pleasure, but also can be a vehicle for physical fitness and Olympic aspirations.
- 2009 Thursday league - Final point of the final game video.
- Why I play table tennis by Eliza: Essay on Table Tennis by an 8 year old NJTTC Youth League member Eliza
- Youth League, Saturday November 15 2008: Watch the video here.
- Thomas Edison Middle School Table Tennis Event (November 5, 2008): David Zhuang did a table tennis demo and discussed his Olympic experiences before about 500 excited 11, 12 and 13 year olds. Watch the video here - Part 1, Part 2.
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The presentation given at the NJTTC 2010 General Membership Meeting is available for viewing online.
To view the bylaws of NJTTC, click here.