Kudos & Kindness: ZCTCF grateful for community’s support
The annual Tahoe Tennis Classic isn’t just about the play on the courts. The 33-year-old tournament is also the major fundraiser for the Zephyr Cove Tennis Club Foundation.
The nonprofit, all-volunteer organization has the responsibility of running the six courts at the Douglas County facility. With the support of Lake Tahoe and regional businesses, we were able to raise funds to offer free junior instruction and to resurface the entire facility.
We would like to thank everyone who made the July tournament a success. We set a record for the number of teams – 124. The 184 players from nine states ranged in age from 12-81.
A special thank you to Harveys for the delicious dinner enjoyed by 200 people.
We would like to thank the following businesses and people for their generosity in support of the Classic:
Businesses: A Massage at Tahoe, tennis instructor Adam Robin, Agave Azul Mexican Grill Restaurant, All Sports Fitness & Personal Training, Angel Touch Salon & Spa, Anytime Fitness (Zephyr Cove), Bona Fide Books, Café at Adele’s, CalStar, Capisce Restaurant, Carson Valley Inn, Casey’s Restaurant, Casino Fandango, City of South Lake Tahoe, Douglas County Sheriff’s Department, El Dorado County Sheriff’s Department, Elements Day Spa, Elevation Spa Ridge Tahoe, Ernie’s Coffee Shop, Genasci & Steigers DDS, Getaway Café, Hair by Dawn, Happy-Healthy Body Products, Harrah’s Lake Tahoe, Heavenly Village Cinema, Homewood Mountain Resort, Imagine Salon, Improv at Harveys, J. Boutique, Jimmy Johns – Reno, Kalani’s Restaurant, Lakeside Inn and Casino, Lake Tahoe Yoga, Marcus Ashley Gallery, Mind/Body Fitness, Mirabelle at Lake Tahoe, MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa, Mt. Rose Ski Resort, NorCal Fishing Charters, Oakley Shop-Heavenly Village, Payne Massage Therapy, Pine Cone Lodge c/o Tahoe Management Services, The Loft, The Ridge Tahoe, Reel-Lentless Fishing Charters, Reno Aces Baseball Club, Sierra-at Tahoe, Splatter Studioz, Sprouts Natural Foods Café, Still Water Yoga, Tahoe Adventure Film Festival, Tahoe Best Friends, Tahoe Bodyworks, Tahoe Cakes by Grace, Tahoe Douglas Fire Protection District, Tahoe Fly Fishing Outfitters, Justin Clark/Tahoe Tennis Academy, Tep’s Villa Roma, Toast Tahoe, UPS Store (Stateline), Weidinger Public Relations, Dennis Zansler-Morgan Stanley, Zephyr Cove Adventures, Zephyr Cove Resort/Lake Tahoe Cruises, and Zephyr Cove Tennis Club Foundation.
Individuals: Doreen and Tom Andriacchi, Frank Bauer, Norm Beres, Carol and Carl Bergren, Kari and David Beronio, Robert Beutenmiller, Ceci Chourre’, Sheila Cockerell, Hal Cole, Barbara Cooper, Kylie and Kari Coziahr, Tony Cupaiuolo, Kevin Diamond, Dennis Dufau, Jay and Sharla Freeman, Dorothy Fugitt, Ray Fugitt, Bob Green, Sheryl and Hersh Herschmann, Denise and Jeff Higgins, Carel James, Melissa and Jess Jester, Becky Lebuhn, David Long, Kent C. McCarthy, Judy McLennan, Janet Nelson, Holly and Greg Painter, Dennis Perry, Susie and Tom Petrizzio, Louise and Paul Proffer, Eddi Quiggle, Colleen Rafforty, Kae Reed, Holly and Ross Rittiman, Diane Baker and Terry Roberts, Rhoda Shaponik, Michael D. Schmitz, Kim Silver, Becky and Wes Smotherman, Judy and Mark Spellman, Grant Thompson, Bryce and Zach Unger, Vicki Veris, Tricia Ward, Joyce Youngs, and Liz Zapalac.
Thank you again,
Carolyn Wright, ZCTCF president
South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
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