The "breast" party of the year went down last night at Jorge Flores’ law office in Olde Town Conyers. The annual Serve ‘Em Up party kicks off the weekend long Kimberley Chance Atkins Tennis Tournament at the Rockdale Tennis Center. Players and guests mingled in the gallery-like space enjoying food, brew and tunes. There was even the opportunity to browse jewelry, guitars and autographed memorobilia from the likes of Rafael Nadal and Zac Brown, just some of the items up for bid in the silent auction.
Event co-chairs Susan Paul Smith and Lindsey Preiss are pleased with the response this year – over 106 teams and 212 players are participating. "We’re getting closer to our ultimate goal of a mobile mammography unit to serve the east metro Atlanta area in addition to our constant message of promoting, preventing and educating," said Smith. "Education is a huge focus of the foundation because Kim was a teacher, and education was so important to her," said Preiss. Party attendee and tournament veteran, Fiona Golden said, "It’s the best tournament to play in – my favorite every year. It’s relaxed and for a great cause."