BY KIM GIBSON
The Rainbow Tennis League held its 23rd Annual Tennis Tournament last month at the Florida Tennis Center in Daytona Beach.
Tournament Director Jack Spencer and Coordinator Pam Gibson were pleased with the turnout of the May 24-25 event, which attracted players from Miami and all parts of South Carolina and Georgia.
The annual fundraiser is to support community junior tennis programs.
A social event was held at the Anderson-Price Memorial Building In Ormond Beach.
Lessons, nutritional info
The purpose of the league is to promote the development of junior tennis players and programs through structured activities, help eliminate childhood and adult obesity, including, but not limited to league play, program sponsorship and funding, scholarships, tennis and academic-and other programs or activities consistent with the organization’s charitable purposes.
The league provides tennis lessons, social/recreation activities and nutritional information. Member clubs also participate in other tournaments in the southeast.
Along with Daytona Beach, ember tennis clubs are located in Atlanta; Augusta, Ga.; Birmingham and Mobile, Ala.; Chattanooga, Tenn.; Eatonville, Jacksonville, Orlando and Tallahassee.
Visit Rainbowtennisleague.com for more information.