The Western Kenosha County Tennis Association will be hosting a 24-hour tennis fundraiser event “RALLY FOR LIFE” proceeds to benefit The American Cancer Society of Kenosha County and The Sharing Center. This 24-hour event will take place on Saturday, May 3 at 3 p.m. through Sunday, May 4 at 3 p.m. at the Central High School Tennis Courts.
The WKCTA is looking to keep a tennis ball going back and forth over the net for 24 hours. Time records will be kept for the longest rally and WKCTA hopes to submit the event for a Guiness Community Record.
Currently, WKCTA is seeking participants for the Rally; it is free to participate. Visit www.wkcta.com for more information and how to register to be a Rally Participant.
WKCTA is also currently seeking cancer survivors or those currently battling to participate in a “Survivor’s Kick-Off” starting at 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 3.
During the 24 hour event there will be a number of tennis and non tennis activities for everyone. You join the fun anytime during the 24 hours.
A full list of activities and times will be listed on the Rally For Life page of www.wkcta.com in the future.