No Tan Tennis
Women’s Doubles Tennis Fun Day
Friday, April 27, 2018 – Myers Park Country Club
Tennis Courts: 2600 Sharon Road
(Register for lunch or donate using the links below. Tennis registration is now closed.)
On April 27, No Tan Tennis will take place at Myers Park Country Club in Charlotte. No Tan Tennis benefits the Carolinas Melanoma and Immunotherapy Fund at Atrium Health Levine Cancer Institute. This ladies tennis fun day is $100 per player. It starts at 8:30 am and will end with lunch around 12:00 noon.
Melanoma, the most serious cancer of the skin, is diagnosed in over 76,000 people each year. Prevention is the best defense against the disease.
- Registration* is $100 per player and includes:
tournament entry(tennis registration now closed)
- lunch (open for registration – see links above to register)
- silent auction
- If you would like to register both you and your partner, you can purchase registration for two ($200) and enter their name as well when you sign up using the secure sign-up form linked above and below.
- Lunch-only is $50 per person.
*Cancellation policy: No refunds will be given once registration has been received and processed.
*Lunch held rain or shine!
8:30-9:00 AM ……………………….Registration & Warm Up
12:00-1:00 PM…………….………. Lunch, Auction & Speakers
For more information contact Katherine Murphy: 704-355-4048.
Contributions to No Tan Tennis are tax-deductible in accordance with IRS regulations. Donation options:
- Register for lunch here. (Fee: $50)
- Direct donations of any amount are accepted using our secure online donation form.
About The Carolinas Melanoma and Immunotherapy Fund
Immunotherapy, also called biologic therapy, uses the body’s own defense system to recognize and destroy cancer cells. It has been used to effectively treat melanoma. Since its inception in 1994, the Immunotherapy Program has grown to the point that it treats over 250 new patients each year. Under the leadership of Program Directors Richard L. White, M.D. and Asim Amin, M.D., Ph.D., a team of highly trained physicians, nurses, research clinicians, nutritionists, and counselors provide the highest level of care to these patients. The Carolinas Melanoma and Immunotherapy Fund supports ongoing immunotherapy research, as well as melanoma awareness, outreach, and prevention programs.