Serving Winners 2016: The Overhead Smash Bash - Pro/Am and Award Dinner

Saturday, February 27, 2016 — 10:00 am

Serving Winners 2016: The Overhead Smash Bash - Pro/Am and Award Dinner
Olde Towne Athletic Club
4950 Olde Towne Parkway Marietta, GA 30068

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Serving Winners 2016: The Overhead Smash Bash - Pro/Am and Award Dinner

Serving Winners: The Overhead Smash Bash celebrates women and men who have made an impact on the youth of Atlanta, our community and the sport of tennis. The event day features a morning ProAm, evening awards and dinner, entertainment, and silent auction.

10:00am  Pro/Am and Lunch

6:00pm    Cocktail Reception and Silent Auction

7:00pm    Dinner and Awards

 

All proceeds from Serving Winners: The Overhead Smash Bash will support the Atlanta Youth Tennis & Education Foundation (AYTEF).  AYTEF (www.aytef.org) is a non-profit, donor supported organization dedicated to providing a pathway to excellence through academic support and enrichment, life-skills programs and fitness/tennis instruction that enables underserved youth in and around metro Atlanta to engage in safe, healthy and challenging programs that teach and breed success. 

Visit www.aytef.org for more information or call Kristina Felton at 770.416.4333.

 

There are several opportunities to participate and support AYTEF!

  • Table of 10 for award dinner - $850
  • Team of 8 for Pro/Am + lunch - $1000
  • Match Play - Individual ticket to play in the Pro/Am + lunch + award dinner - $200
  • Individual ticket to play in Pro/Am + lunch - $125 
  • Individual ticket for the award dinner - $95

 

AYTEF is an official USTA Foundation National Junior Tennis & Learning and Capacity Building Chapter.

With a mission to promote the physical and mental development of underserved youth through education and tennis, the Foundation develops after school and summertime educational and health & wellness programs for youth in metro Atlanta.  Beyond the tennis instruction, tournaments and team tennis, the afterschool programs include a focus on life skills and healthy lifestyles, academic support through the Academic Creative Engagement (ACE) curriculum, a National Student Athlete Competition, and scholarship opportunities for youth.  AYTEF is one of 600 National Junior Tennis & Learning Chapters (NJTL) in the United States and underneath that, one of 28 Capacity Building Chapters.  The NJTL Chapters were founded on the vision of Arthur Ashe “as a way to gain and hold the attention of young people in the inner cities and other poor environments so that we can teach them about matters more important than tennis.”  

Our aim is to impart the skills and resilience needed for youth to succeed in school and life.  We strive to provide a pathway to excellence with our literacy, life-skills & fitness/tennis instruction that enables youth in our programs to engage in safe, healthy and challenging afterschool and summer programs.

AYTEF strives to instill these values in our program and our youth:

  • Healthy lifestyles through regular exercise, good nutrition and self-respect
  • Academic excellence and educational opportunities
  • Acceptance of other backgrounds and cultures
  • Responsible behavior at home, in the classroom, on the tennis court and in the broader community