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Registration open for Precision Eye Care Tennis Tournament

Dr. John Fitz from Precision Eye Care, center, presents checks in the amount of $400 each to the Farmington High School and North County High School tennis programs following the 2017 Precision Eye Care Tennis Tournament. Farmington High School Coach Andrew Canter and North County High School Coach Mary Hoehn accept the checks at the PEC office. This year's tournament is set for June 21-24.

Precision Eye Care’s annual community tennis tournament is scheduled for June 21-24 at the Floyd Hager Tennis Complex in Farmington’s Engler Park. Registration is now open for players in multiple divisions: Juniors (Boys/Girls) Singles and Doubles, Adults/Open (Men/Women) Singles and Doubles, Seniors (Men/Women) Doubles and Mixed Open (All Ages) Doubles. Registered players can participate in a maximum of two events.

Entry fees are $10 and one new can of tennis balls per person per registered event. Entry fees collected will be split between the Farmington and North County high school tennis programs.

All registered participants receive a tournament shirt, and winners receive plaques. Registration forms are available at the Precision Eye Care office located at 140 Westmount Dr. in Farmington. Forms are also available at the Engler Park and Wilson Rozier Park tennis courts. Additional forms are available from Julie Powers, tournament coordinator.

The registration and payment deadline is Friday at the Precision Eye Care office or Sunday if hand-delivered to a tournament official. Tournament officials include: Dr. John Fitz, Julie Powers, Corey Powers, Lance Sechrest, Mike McBride, Kim Bohnenkamp, John England, FHS Coach Andrew Canter or NCHS Coach Mary Hoehn.

For more information about the tournament, contact Executive Director Dr. John Fitz at 573-756-2020 or Tournament Coordinator Julie Powers at 760-5880. Local tennis players are connecting through the Facebook page: Tennis – St. Francois County, MO.


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