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Rome, GA – The Coosa Valley Tennis Association (CVTA) recently wrapped up their Inaugural High School Fundraising Tournament, drawing 105 students, alumni, and supporters to play from 8 local schools. The tournament, which took place at the Rome Tennis Center at Berry College, was a great success, raising a total of $3,420 to be split evenly among the participating schools.
The tournament was generously sponsored by Cargle & Allen Realty Group and Uptown Auto Sales, as well as 8 other sponsors, who helped make the event possible. The CVTA would like to extend a special thanks to the Rome Tennis Center at Berry College for the use of their facilities.
Participating schools included Pepperell High School, Armuchee High School, Rome High School, Darlington School, Model High School, Coosa High School, Rockmart High School, and Cedartown High School. The tournament was a great opportunity for local high school students to showcase their skills and support their schools.
“We are thrilled with the success of our first high school fundraising tournament,” said CVTA President Dave Dawson. “We are grateful for the support of our sponsors and participants, and we look forward to making this an annual event.”
The CVTA is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting and developing tennis in the Coosa Valley area. The funds raised from the tournament will be used to support local high school tennis programs.
For more information about the Coosa Valley Tennis Association, please visit their website at
Dave Dawson, President
Coosa Valley Tennis Association


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