--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Courtside Club of Los Gatos will host its fourth annual Hits for Hospice Pro-Am Tennis Tournament, benefitting Hospice of the Valley. This year, Courtside’s fund and awareness-raising effort adds poolside spinning and yoga classes to the event lineup. Hits for Hospice also features an evening of delicious food, fine wine and live music. Over the past three years, the event has raised more than $98,000 in support of Hospice of the Valley’s compassionate end-of-life care and grief counseling services.
WHEN: 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Saturday, August 17, 2013. A full schedule of events is attached.
WHO: Hits for Hospice is open to the public; both Courtside members and non-members are welcome. The Pro-Am tournament pairs amateur players with tennis professionals in competitive round-robin play and gives local tennis fans an opportunity to challenge their skills. Poolside spinning and yoga classes invite exercise enthusiasts to Courtside for a morning of fitness and fun. The Wine & Dinner Party is a great way for anyone in the community to celebrate a summer evening and the contributions made by Hospice of the Valley to our friends, families, and neighbors.
WHERE: Courtside Club of Los Gatos, 14675 Winchester Blvd. in Los Gatos. Registration is available at hospicevalley.org/specialevents and early registration for all events is encouraged. Courtside members can also register by logging into Courtside’s online registration system.
Through this event, club members, along with other community members, will have fun and raise funds for hospice, palliative care, and grief counseling services. Hospice of the Valley is a nonprofit organization in Silicon Valley that provides serious illness and end-of-life care, programs, and services.
About Courtside Club
As part of Western Athletic Clubs, Courtside Club’s mission is to provide experiences that celebrate a healthy and vibrant lifestyle. And one of its core values is to reach out to others by actively participating in improving the quality of life in its communities. This is accomplished by regular volunteering and fundraising for charitable causes. Courtside Club’s philanthropic activity focuses primarily on four types of community projects: those that promote physical activity as related to aging, disadvantaged youth, disease, and the continuing education of fitness professionals. The Club’s goal is to create more opportunities for members and local businesses to collaborate on these important and rewarding experiences. For more about Courtside Club, please visit www.courtsideclub.com.