3rd Annual Round Robin Tennis
Bent Tree Tennis – “Serving our Future Leaders”
The Third Annual Round Robin Tennis Tournament was held at Bent Tree on Saturday, April 27, 2013. Thirty-two men and women vied for the championship of the tourney which raised $4500 for scholarships for varsity tennis players at Pickens High School. The women’s champions were Sylvia Riley and Carol Haisten. The men’s section was won by Jason Dupree and Steve Lowe. In addition to the $25 fee paid by participants, the tourney was aided by many sponsors. They are:
Gold Level: ($200) – American Family Insurance, Gordon Blackwell Realty, Dr. Matthew W. Camp, M.D., Robert Eidson Family, Dr. Josh Foulk, D.D.S., Fred Levy, Len Levy with Southeast Planning Group, New Beginning Therapeutic Services, and Rocco’s Pub.
Silver Level: ($150) – Animal Medical Clinic, Bodacious Food Company, Collins Septic Tank Service, Dr. Carlton Faulk, M.D., Foothills Dental Associates, Hunter Family, Jasper Discount Cleaners, The Last Catch Seafood Restaurant, and Weiner Eye Center, Inc.
Bronze Level: ($100) – Atlanta Falcons Physical Therapy Center, Bigun’s Barbeque, Lana Bruce of North West Salon, Robert Coleman Family, Community Bank of Pickens County, Craft Real Estate, Diamond W Auctions, Inc., Bill Hutchinson Family, Verna Jones, Bob & Julia Jorns, Steve Lowe Family, Dr. Moiz Master, M.D. of MasterCare, Mountain Tennis Association, Dr. Eric Pryor, D.M.D., Roland Tire, Stephens Insurance Agency, The Fastest Dog – Computer Services, Torrey Mountain Properties, Trophy’s & T’s, Trouts Beverages, and United Country – Talking Rock Realty.
Supplementary Donors: Beacon Engineering Company, Dr. David E. Field, M.D., Garner Ace Hardware, Kroger, R & R Body Shop, the UPS Store, and Randy Wise. Many individuals in Bent Tree also contributed to the cause. The scholarship tournament was conducted in partnership with the Bent Tree Foundation, Inc., a 501c (3) organization. The website is benttreefoundation.org. The Bent Tree Tennis Committee, chaired by Kristy Coleman, wishes to thank the community for its support of this project.