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No fish were caught at last weekend’s Big Fish Pro Am in Lewes, but the tennis tourney raised funds for two very worthy organizations! Sponsored by Big Fish Grill and Dave Marshall Tennis, the tournament brought pro players and amateurs together on the courts at the Plantations for three days of tennis competition. After the matches, players and spectators enjoyed a silent auction, live music from Leon and the Peoples and a cocktail party, with proceeds benefitting the Cancer Support Community and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Delaware.

Photos courtesy of Dave Marshall


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