The Western Wake Tennis Association raised $20,000 for Transitions LifeCare at the ninth annual Charity Classic Tournament in September. The association also raised $4,000 to fund scholarships. The association has donated more than $185,000 and awarded $36,000 in youth scholarships since the tournament began.
The Western Wake Tennis Association raised $20,000 for Transitions LifeCare at the ninth annual Charity Classic Tournament in September. The association also raised $4,000 to fund scholarships. The association has donated more than $185,000 and awarded $36,000 in youth scholarships since the tournament began. COURTESY OF THE WESTERN WAKE TENNIS ASSOCIATION
The Western Wake Tennis Association raised $20,000 for Transitions LifeCare at the ninth annual Charity Classic Tournament in September. The association also raised $4,000 to fund scholarships. The association has donated more than $185,000 and awarded $36,000 in youth scholarships since the tournament began. COURTESY OF THE WESTERN WAKE TENNIS ASSOCIATION

Community Notes: Oct. 26

October 24, 2014 12:00 AM

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