Yarbrough Tennis Center
777 Yarbrough Farms Blvd
Auburn, AL 36830
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Date: October 5th, 2018
Time: 6:00 PM until 9:00 PM

The John Jerome “Acing ALS” Tennis Benefit for finding a cure for ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) will be held Friday, October 5 from 6-9 p.m. at the Yarbrough Tennis Center. Tennis players of all ages and levels are encouraged to participate in this tournament to “Ace ALS.” Players age 10 and below will play tennis-related games and intermediate players ages 10-15 will play each other in doubles. Adults and advanced junior players will also play doubles. Trophies will go to the winning teams.

Aubie will make an appearance at 6:45pm.  Trophies go to boys, girls, mens, and ladies fastest server. Snacks, drinks and pizza will be provided by the Auburn Community Tennis Association.

Tournament Chairman John Jerome suffers from ALS and is an advocate for finding a cure to this disease. He and his family have been part of Auburn’s tennis community for almost 20 years.

Registration cost is $20 per player and can be completed by clicking here. Donations may also be made at this link. All proceeds will go toward ALS research at the Emory ALS Clinic. For more information on ALS research being done at the Emory ALS Clinic visit (Emory Clinic link). Corporate sponsorships are available for $150 per sponsorship, for more information on corporate sponsorships email John Jerome at johnjerome@charter.net.

One hundred percent of all proceeds will go directly to the Emory Clinic to fund research. For more information please email Bret Peterson at bpeterson@auburnalabama.org or call 334-501-2921.