Tennis club raises funds

Tennis players hope to make a racket on May 25 with lots of people, South African stew and entertainment. The Red Deer Tennis Club is hosting an Out of Africa Potjiekos (Po-He-Kos) fundraiser from 3 to 10 p.m. at the Red Deer Tennis Club at 4501 47A Ave.

Tennis players hope to make a racket on May 25 with lots of people, South African stew and entertainment.

The Red Deer Tennis Club is hosting an Out of Africa Potjiekos (Po-He-Kos) fundraiser from 3 to 10 p.m. at the Red Deer Tennis Club at 4501 47A Ave.

People will get to enjoy the South African art of cooking food in a cast iron pot.

Multiple varieties of African stew will be on hand, plus rice, salad and dessert.

Tickets are $25.

Live entertainment will perform, plus there will be a cash bar and silent auction.

All proceeds will go directly to Red Deer’s only bubble indoor tennis facility.

The Red Deer Tennis Club has been serving the community for 113 years and encourages families to participate in active living.

For tickets, call the club at 403-346-7567, email at info@reddeertennis.com.

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