Celebrate the life of Alex Capozza and raise funds for the Jenna Druck center at tennis social/barbecue

In the aftermath of their tragic loss, Alex Capozza’s family sought help from Dr. Ken Druck and the Jenna Druck center.  The center has provided a lifeline of support for Viv, Mike and Anika, as they have for thousands of bereaved families in our community since 1996. To “pay it forward” and insure that families continue to receive support from the Jenna Druck center’s award-winning Families Helping Families program, Viv and Mike Capozza request the honor of your presence at the second Annual Alex Capozza Tennis Social. The Pacific Athletic Club and four other North County tennis clubs are hosting the Tennis Social on May 15, from 1:30-4:30 p.m. You will have the option to play at PAC, Morgan Run Country Club, Del Mar Country Club or Rancho Valencia Resort.

Individual sign-ups are OK, no partner needed. Wear your favorite white tennis outfit.

The event will also include an alcohol-free BBQ party at the Pacific Athletic Center with Atomic Groove.

Wear something “angel white” and party to “Atomic Groove.”  The event will include barbecue, refreshments, prizes, dancing, auction items and tons of alcohol-free fun for everyone! The barbecue will be held the same day, May 15, from 5-8 p.m. at the Pacific Athletic Club.

Cost: $75/Tennis, $75/Party or $125/Tennis & BBQ. Party — kids age 10 or under/$25.

Contact: Tom Shea at 858-509-1991, ext. 265, or tshea@pacsandiego.com to sign up or for more information.

Tax Deductable Donation: Tax ID # 33-0710484.

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  5. Social Life: Upcoming Events

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