CANHelp's Annual "Play it Forward" Tennis Tournament Fundraiser is April 14 at SSHS Tennis Complex - Ksst Radio

CANHelp’s Annual “Play it Forward” Tennis Tournament Fundraiser is April 14 at SSHS Tennis Complex

It began in 2000 as Community Action Network, a resource guide of available community services within Hopkins County. In just a short time, the network expanded to CANHelp, a non-profit organization based in faith and devoted to it’s mission: “to provide compassionate, comprehensive solutions that empower the underserved in our communities to make positive, lasting changes in their lives”.

CANHelp also operates a 10,000 square foot thrift store run by dedicated staff and volunteers which provides funds, along with the upcoming “Play It Forward” Tennis Tournament Fundraiser on the morning of April 14, 2018. This fun, family-friendly tournament will be held at the SSHS Tennis Complex. Teams are still being accepted through April 11 for Doubles play in Round Robin style with a guarantee of at least three matches. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Delicious concessions will be offered by the SSHS Culinary Department. Registration fee is $15 individual or $30 team. Register online at canhelponline.org or stop in the CANHelp office located at 613 Gilmer Street in Sulphur Springs, or phone 903-885-9797. You can also inquire about tickets for an exciting “Magnolia Adventure” trip to Waco which you might win on May 15.

CANHelp Executive Director Shanna Martin and Client Services Manager Adela Martinez

 

Author: Enola Gay

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