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Bartenders swung into action when tennis players landed at the BBC Tavern and Grill for the Delaware Tennis Foundation’s annual guest bartending event. The Aug 25 fundraiser, which was in partnership with the USTA Delaware District, raised over $5,000 for junior tennis programs in our state.

Tennis players who served up some fun at the BBC included Becky Rosen, Lisa Sullivan, WCC Head Pro Ed McQuillan, Barry Snyder, Pam Meitner, Kim Devereux, Paul Costello, Sue Ann Kane, Betsy Pinsky, Jeremiah DeJose, Cindy Prendergast and Tom Dougherty, Taya Dianna and Kelly Rasero.


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