The Kimberley Chance Atkins Foundation's ninth annual Tennis Tournament, hosted Aug. 22-24 at the Snellville Summit Chase Country Club in Snellville, was a smashing success. About 67 teams registered and $32,000 was raised to help provide breast cancer screenings and awareness.
The winner of the Spirit Award was Debbie Groff, a KCAF member and a breast cancer survivor and director of this year's Tennis Tournament.
This year's tournament winners were:
Mixed Doubles: W - Charlie Bridges and Carlie Gouge, R - Dave Parker and Kelly Stamps
Women Div I: W - Carolyn Phillips and Harriette Hoyt, R - Sue Rhoden and Angela Shaw
Women Div II: W - Angie Barry and Cindy Jordan, R - Wendy Vick and Elissa Gilbert
Women Div III: W - Charlotte Sjoberg and Dawn Richwine, R - Holly Hines and Stefani Moore
Women Div IV: W - Nicki Bailey and Robin Lunsford, R - Chrystal Mansour and Freda Moore
Women Div V: W - Meghan Toney and Debbie Moeller, R - Gina Rittenger and Christy Kern
Men Div I: W - Anthony De La Rosa and Hugo Scornik, R - Jeff West and Steve Twombly
Men Div II: W - Jeff Hardman and Kent Coleman, R - Randall Wilson and Brandon Wilson
The sponsors were (Platinum) Sparkmon and Associates, Rockdale Medical Center; (Gold) Dr. Richard Robinson of Greystone, The Women's Center, Dr. Stephanie Gordon, Willin Consultants; (Silver) Ernst Concrete of Georgia, Lexicon Technologies, Ginn Motor, Gumucio Plastic Surgery, Diagnostic Imaging Specialists; (Bronze) Juan Arrue, D.M.D., Intrepid, Summit Chase Tennis Association, Snapping Shoals, Conyers Rotary, Dr. Bob Burns, East Metro Eyecare; Peachtree Academy, Bobbie and Tootsie Chance, Cowan Ace Hardware, Elly Dalton of Edward Jones, Julian Harwell, Four Seasons, PLH Foundation.
For more, go to kimatkins.net