Swing into spring with CANHelp at their 4th Annual PLAY IT FORWARD Tennis Tournament and Fundraiseron Saturday, April 14that the Sulphur Springs High School Tennis Courts.
Don’t know how to play tennis….no worries. The tournament is open at all, whether you are new to tennis, a leisure player orhave played competitive tennis. So ask your spouse, son, daughter, or friend to team up for a day of fun that will benefit Hopkins County families, elderly, and disabled in their times of need. Participants and spectators will enjoy fun tennis matches, family activities and delicious food concessions.
Also, don’t miss your chance to sign up for The Magnolia Adventure Travel Raffle valued at $1000.00. You could win a trip Waco, TX to visit Fixer Upper’s Chip and Joanna Gaines’Magnolia at the Silos, a one-night hotel stay, gas money, $500 gift certificate and much more! All proceeds will benefit CANHelp’s current community assistance programs and developing programs to fit the ever-changing needs of our community.
CANHelp’s mission is to provide compassionate, comprehensive solutions that empower the underserved in our communities to make positive, lasting changes in their lives. In 2017, CANHelp provided over $70,000 to Hopkins county families in need, through its financial assistance and basic needs’ programs. CANHelp also provides Hopkins County residents with assistance in job searches, resume writing and career planning, along with additional information and guidance for continuing education and budget counseling.
For more information or to register online for the tennis fundraiser or travel raffle, visit CANHelp’s website at www.canhelponline.org. Early registration ends Sunday, April 1st, with late registration ending Sunday, April 8th. For any additional questions, call Adela Martinez at 903-885-9797 ext. 3. If you are unable to attend, but want to support CANHelp programs, donations are always welcome at 613 Gilmer St. or online through the CANHelp website.
Our Title Sponsor:
City National Bank
Discount Wheel & Tire
Craig Johnson, For City Council