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Lincoln and Rocklin Tennis Association raised $5, 000 at its annual tennis tournament Saturday that pairs Lincoln, Whitney and Rocklin High school students with Lincoln Hills Tennis Group members at the 11 courts and pavilion in Lincoln Hills.
Lincoln and Rocklin Tennis Association is a nonprofit organization through Lincoln Community Foundation. One hundred percent of the money goes to the three high school tennis programs, which is hard hit by budget cuts, according to the association’s President Peter Schor.
The association is also involved in junior tennis programs for K-1 to K-8.
The tennis pavilion Saturday was decorated with 75 school color balloons; 10 American flags hanging from the Pavilion; and many poster boards of tennis information.
A high school student from Rocklin High sung the National Anthem.
The annual tennis tournament this year fell on Armed Forces Day.
“We invited from the local VFW Armed Force veterans, men and women in uniform (and not) to honor and celebrate them and all of the veterans who served our country, ” Schor said. “” A few shared the gratitude of living in Lincoln, Lincoln Hills and Rocklin communities, USA. Some shared having their spouses, family and community support while serving.”
The city of Lincoln’s Parks and Recreation Committee was represented Saturday with members Jim Datzman and Roger Ueltzen.
More than $5, 000 was raised through registration, donations, raffles and sponsorship tables.
Saturday’s sponsors included the city of Lincoln and Lincoln Hills.
California Dream Professional Tennis of World Tennis was the main sponsor, along with Century 21 Select Real Estate; Atherton Wealth Advisors; A-1 Dental; California Carpets; Capital City Solar; Fellowship of Christian Athletes (Lincoln Hills and Greater Sacramento); Sacramento Valley Golf Cars; Tennis Town; Tony Johnson, CPA; and the Sun City Lincoln Hills Community Association.