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Ping Pong Charity Tournament
Ping Pong Charity Tournament
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Date/Time
Date(s) - 09/14/2013
8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Location
Virginia Beach Field House

The Annual PingPongforCHARITY‚ĄĘ Tournament, is an annual awareness and fundraising event serving the homeless, victims of depression, dementia and mild to modest intellectual disabilities. The event is managed completely by Family, Friends, Neighbors, Peers, Volunteers and of course, our Sponsor Partners, through the Table Tennis Charity Foundation. We’re led by a Tournament Team who’s hearts are¬†in it to GIVE BACK to others and to promote the sport of Ping Pong.

Designed for RECREATIONAL, SOCIAL and CASUAL Players, this Tournament is open for AMATEUR Players of ALL AGES! - USATT Rated Players are not eligible.

We’re making MORE ROOM for MORE RECREATIONAL PLAYERS to participate! MORE Tables, MORE Categories and MORE Events!

Youth Singles Registration (17 & Under):  $15 per person, per event

Adult Singles Registration (18 & Over): $20 per person, per event

Open Doubles Registration:  $40 per team

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

On line Registration is being managed by the Virginia Beach Field House.  Any questions, please call Jolandie DeClerck at (757) 427-3955  or our Tournament Committee, 757.375.8198.

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