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Fremont Table Tennis Academy 17th Anniversary Party!

Fremont Table Tennis Academy in Fremont celebrated its 17th anniversary this past weekend with all students and coaches invited. It was a night filled with food and fun. There was cake, samosas, refreshments, and pizza. Then the fun started with table-tennis themed team games capped off with the mini-table championships. All players had to play with mini-paddles as well to determine anniversary champions! The winning team consisted of Raghav, Kavi, Aarav, Kethan, Sashwath, Viraaj, Pranav, Anay, and Siddhartha. Thanks to all players, coaches, and students for making a memorable night and best wishes for the year until we celebrate again when Fremont Table Tennis Academy becomes an adult!

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