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The Delaware tennis community rallied around juvenile diabetes in a big way last month. The JDRF Delaware Ace for a Cure tennis tournament and luncheon on June 12 raised more than $28,000 in support of type 1 diabetes research. In its second year, the tournament grew to 64 men and women who experienced the challenges, delights and fun of grass court tennis at Wilmington Country Club.  “We all had the best time and I am so thankful to the tennis community and our sponsors for being part of my dream to hit tennis balls while supporting JDRF’s type 1 diabetes research,” said Linda Rudnick, who chaired the event.

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