Cancelled for 2022 – Returns in 2023!
Sugar Mountain goes pink! Join an all-day pink extravaganza for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation at the Sugar Mountain Tennis & Golf Club. The day includes a tennis tournament, golf tournament, games, silent auction, bake sale, raffle, Crazy in Pink costume contest and more. The day ends at Grillin’ & Chillin’ with live music and dancing!
All proceeds go to Play for P.I.N.K. (Prevention, Immediate diagnosis, New technology, Knowledge) that raises funds for research through sporting and lifestyle events across the country. Their efforts raise $3 million annually — and 100% of that goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Sugar Mountain Director of Tennis Gene Highfield welcomes you and breast cancer survivors receive flowers! The morning Tennis Tournament will have two divisions, easy and challenging doubles. Bring a partner! Entry is $50/person. There will be 9 AM and 11 AM starts. Sign up the Pro Shop. Prizes awarded to the winners!
Evening celebration kicks off at 5:30 PM at very popular Grillin’ & Chillin’ with live music until 9 PM, presented by the Caddyshack Café on the outdoor deck overlooking the golf course. Buy items at a silent auction and bake sale, enter the 50/50 raffle or play in the cornhole tournament. Free admission. Food and drinks available for purchase.
Register today! Email Wendy Kulunas at wisil @ aol.com to sign up for tennis. Golf registration is at the golf shop. All registrations should be paid by check, payable to Play for Pink.
Here are the smiling faces at the 2020 Sugar Mountain Play for Pink.
Play for P.I.N.K. was founded in 1996. Once a small initiative held in three states, PFP organizes 300 events across 30 states with over 30,000 annual participants. PFP has donated $65+ million dollars to its sole beneficiary, the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF). Thanks to underwriting from The Estée Lauder Companies’ Breast Cancer Campaign, PFP donates 100% of its proceeds to BCRF. Play for P.I.N.K. is currently funding 19 BCRF research projects, (with collaboration from 24 researchers), and is one of BCRF’s largest annual donors.
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