December 25th, 2017

Palm Beach Winter Games to Benefit First Serve After-School Tennis

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The inaugural Palm Beach Winter Games will be held on Jan. 12-15, 2018 in Palm Beach, Fla., benefiting the children’s charity First Serve of Palm Beach County.

The FITTEAM First Serve Sports Night Gala will be held on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018 at City Soccer Indoor Sports complex and will be the first of its kind for Palm Beach.

“This is definitely not your grandparent’s gala, although they’re also invited!” say organizers. “The space will be transformed into a sports playground where guests will experience hands-on activities including tennis, table tennis, basketball, soccer skills, billiards, hole-in-one golf, Twister, softball batting cage, bocce and more.”

While playing, participants can experience gourmet food prepared by some of Palm Beach’s finest restaurants while sipping custom cocktails and beverages from a number of specialty-themed beverage bars. Finish the night dancing to live music with celebrity DJs at the Margaritaville Winter Games nightclub and pose with athletes, Olympians and sports legends on the medal podium.

The FITTEAM Pro-Am Doubles Tennis Tournament of the Palm Beach Winter Games is an event where touring, legend and tour professionals will be paired with amateur partners in a multi-round doubles tournament.

First Serve (www.firstserveusa.org) is a not-for-profit organization that supports and inspires at-risk children to realize their full potential as healthy and productive members of society. Through sports, education, mentoring and interaction with law enforcement officials, First Serve endeavors to break the cycles of crime and poverty, helping children transcend their circumstances and transform their lives.

For more information about the Palm Beach Winter Games visit www.palmbeachwintergames.com.

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