2016 Ladies Tournament Raises $15,000!

Close to 100 tennis players competed in the 7th annual Aces Against Aneurysms fundraising tennis tournament at Pelican Athletic Club in Mandeville on April 11 , 2016, raising $15,000 in donations for Brain Support Nola, a nonprofit dedicated to supporting brain aneurysm survivors and raising awareness. Proceeds from this year’s tournament will go towards the […]

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Two Local Events for Aneurysm Research

    Get out your walking and running shoes! There are two fundraising events on August 29 and September 19:   SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 2015 PELTIER PARK 151 Peltier Park Drive in Thibodaux, LA 70302 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2015 JOE W. BROWN PARK 5601 Read Boulevard inNew Orleans, LA 70127 For more information, contact Chasity […]

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Stroke Fair May 5 at West Jefferson Medical Center

West Jefferson (WJ), in partnership with the Culicchia Neurological Clinic, will offer FREE personalized stroke risk assessments, cholesterol, glucose, blood pressure and BMI screenings; as well as education on strokes, activities/games, door prizes and stroke empathy activities (how would you do everyday activities, if one side of your body is paralyzed). To RSVP, call 504-349-1789 […]

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Tournament committee members Rebecca Winchell and Deb Fournet

Tennis Tourney Raises $18,000 for Aneurysm Awareness

The New Orleans Advocate, April 29, 2015 – The sixth annual Aces Against Aneurysms Tennis Tournament proved to be a smashing success, with approximately $18,000 raised in doubles events for both men and women.  That’s approximately double what the tournament raised in past years, thanks in part to generous sponsors and players. Read more. Tweet

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2015 Ladies’ Tournament a Success!

We’re tallying up donations and appear to be on track for a most successful tennis tournament!  The weather could not have been better for the close to 100 players today. We were thrilled to welcome aneurysm survivor Connie Gaines and her mother Theresa to the tournament. Connie survived 3 aneurysms since 2006. Our organizing committee […]

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