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Iberville Bank Team Tennis Challenge
The Iberville Bank Team Tennis Challenge is a charity tournament benefitting the Support Our War Heroes organization.
The tournament will take place March 6, 2015 - March 8, 2015 and includes at least three matches, breakfast, lunch, and dinner all weekend, and a Saturday night Gala with a live band and silent auction.
Team Registration, Open-Level Registration, Gala Tickets, and Weekend Passes are available online. Click on link http://www.ibervillefoundation.org/events.asp for more details.
The tournament format will be three doubles pairs, on level, with men's and women's divisions.
Online Registration, Gala Tickets, and Weekend Passes can be purchased online http://www.ibervillefoundation.org/events.asp.
If you would like to play, but don't have a team - register with the "Players looking for a team" link. If you have a team, but would like to register individually, select "Team Regestration" then select the appropriate option on the next page.
Support Our War Heroes
The price of freedom is dear. In our region of the USA, our men and women in military service who have been seriously wounded in Iraq or Afghanistan struggle to rehabilitate from their injuries and resume a normal, fulfilling life.
Support Our War Heroes is founded on the belief that there are many heroes in our lives. Support Our War Heroes believes all service members in the
US military are heroes. The purpose of the foundation is to assist service members who sustain life altering injuries and to continue to support them into the future, as necessary.
Support Our War Heroes is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-partisan foundation in support of our men and women in uniform from all branches of the military. It is established in the private sector and is not affiliated with the
United States military. All donations are tax deductible.
Meet Our Heroes - Read their stories...
Christopher Vining, of Pontchatoula, Louisiana, is serving in the Louisiana
Army National Guard. He
has been injured twice in Iraq. The first injury occurred in March
of 2005, as he was responding to a roadside bombing that injured several