David M. Carmines Memorial Team Tennis Championship at Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center

Register now for the David M. Carmines Memorial Team Tennis Championship at Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center Registration is open for the David M. Carmines Memorial Team Tennis Championship at the Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center, Nov. 15-17, 2013. All proceeds go to the David M. Carmines Foundation and benefit the Hilton Head Island Recreation Center, the American Cancer Society, and the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center. The 10th annual tournament will serve the foundation’s mission to support recreation, cancer patient support and cancer research. Food and beverages will be supplied by championship supporter Hudson’s Seafood House on the Docks. Adult divisions and surfaces include: · Teams of Men’s/Women’s Singles, Doubles & Combo Mixed – 3.0/6.0, 3.5/7.0, 4.0/8.0, 4.5/9.0, 5.0/10.0, open Round Robin Format for Team Matches. · All matches will be played on clay courts Tournament entry is available at www.palmettodunes.com or at www.davidmcarmines.org. The event is not a USTA Sanctioned Event, so any adult is eligible to play. World Team Tennis Format. Each match is 5 total sets. Scoring based on games accumulated. Start times are available by calling Palmetto Dunes Tennis Center after 4 P.M. Wednesday, November 13 at 843-785-1152. See tournament home page for additional information. About the Hilton Head Island Recreation Association The Hilton Head Island Recreation Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for all area residents by effectively managing and enhancing public recreation programs and facilities. The Association produces, provides and coordinates public recreation programs, “wellness” activities and special events. The Association commits itself to monitoring the recreation needs of the community and instituting change where appropriate. To learn more, visit www.islandreccenter.org. About the American Cancer Society (ACS) The American Cancer Society (ACS) is a nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, the ACS has state divisions and more than 3,400 local offices. Learn more about ACS, what we do, and our plans for the future by visiting www.cancer.org. About the M. D. Anderson Cancer Center At M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, our mission is simple – to eliminate cancer. Achieving that goal begins with integrated programs in cancer treatment, clinical trials, education programs and cancer prevention. Visit www.mdanderson.org to learn more. For more information about the tournament, please contact Tournament Director Jackie Reynecke at 843-785-1152.

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